Malaysia Airlines (MH, Kuala Lumpur Int'l) is planning to withdraw its six A380-800s from regular scheduled service by March 5, 2018 according to the carrier's schedule data. It currently uses the aircraft for a twice daily service on its flagship route from Kuala Lumpur Int'l to London Heathrow.

An incoming fleet of six A350-900s will initially be deployed on regional services from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore Changi, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and Penang between December 9 and January 13, according to Airline Route, before taking over the first Heathrow rotation starting January 15 and the second starting March 5.

As previously reported, MAS plans to reconfigure its A380s in high density configuration and then make it available to Hajj and Umrah charter services both from Malaysia and elsewhere.