Malaysia Airlines was able to fully resume its in-flight Catering business within two and a half months, with the Airport Catering Truck equipment supplied by China playing a key role
The Airport Catering Truck was purchased by Malaysia Airlines from Jiangsu Tianyi Aviation Industry Co., LTD. Therefore, at the press conference held on Wednesday (15th), Malaysia Airlines also specially invited Minister Counsellor Sun Shuqiang of the Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia, Yao Zhangyi and other secretaries to attend the witness.
Malaysia Airlines Group Managing Director Datuk Izhan Ismail expressed his gratitude to the Chinese side, especially the chairman of Jiangsu Tianyi Aviation Industry Co LTD, Ma Haibing, for giving priority to the sale of high-lift trucks to Malaysia Airlines, which has provided important support to Malaysia Airlines' in-flight food business.
"Despite the challenges posed by the supply chain disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, you have helped speed up the delivery of high-lift trucks, allowing Malaysia Airlines' in-flight food business to recover even faster. "