As with your last topic regarding KUL, I would like to know where you het all of your information!
As a consultant working for various airlines all around the world, and also in Singapore/Malaysia region, I know that MAS is one of the most closeted companies when it comes to providing even aviation insiders, not to talk even about the general public, with company inside-information.
So, in view of this, I really wonder where you got all of the information regarding the fact that MAS's EWR-route is profitable and its LAX-route is its most profitable route... Could you provide me with any source, please? Or did you just presume this yourself, for whatever reason?
Btw, by stating that you are wondering about the reason why MAS isn't operating its New York flights via Europe, you have already shown me that you are not even close to an insider of the company. If you would have had any knowledge about this matter, you would have known that MAS did indeed have very specific reasons to operate this route via DXB.
In another post you announced us Lufthansa's return to KUL as well. Also then, I have asked you about your source. Unfortunately, I didn't get an response.
As from the very start of this topic, once again, United Airline apparently felt the urgent need to make yet another post, as always not prohibited by any knowledge of the facts, let alone a general overview of the industry.
If I remember well, he was stating the apparant need for 'a route or two' by UA, which would most likely be non-stop!
As always, with his proposals, no need for any further explanation as to the very reasons behind his proposal that would make this service profitable.
I can already come up with United Airline's next proposal, which might be like this: "I think UA should order the A380 for operating a non-stop LAX-KUL and a non-stop ORD-KUL route. What do you guys think?"
After my suggestion, United Airline apparantly adopted the slogan "Quality is more important than quantity" into his personal profile on this page.
Unfortunately that is about it for the time being, as I have not read any decently-supported thought or proposition by this author. Althought his average number of daily posts easily top 5, we can unfortunately not say the same thing about the number of lines he is using to support his ideas!