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Time to look east for MAS

Comment by Pankaj C Kumar The airlines industry is one tough industry to be in. Whether in the US, Europe or Asia, governments have from time to time come to the rescue of their national carriers mainly due to catastrophic incidents like the Sept 11 terror strike, unsustainable business models or even simply due to a massive debt load.

MCA criticises Mat Sabu for complaining about his flight delay

PETALING JAYA: MCA has criticised Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu for complaining about his delayed Malaysia Airlines flight to London, adding that it was unfair towards the airline and its crew.

Loke: Captain of Greek ship Pireas to face charges over collision with Malaysian vessel

KUALA LUMPUR: The captain of Greece-registered ship Pireas, which collided with a Malaysian vessel recently in the Straits of Johor, will face several charges under local laws, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

Up where it belongs

Few carriers could survive the catastrophes Malaysia Airlines endured, and yet through the trying times, it has continued to represent everything about us.

The nation’s image is at stake over MAS

A letter from WILLIAM DENNIS, Subang Jaya, Selangor.

MAS retirees: Let us help revive national carrier

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Airlines Retirees Association (Masra) has made an emotional appeal to the government, urging it not to shut down the national carrier.

MAS retirees want to help revive airline

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Airlines Retirees Association (MASRA) is offering to provide advice and its expertise in order to turnaround and save the ailing airline.

Guan Eng: Govt not closing down Malaysia Airlines

KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has given his assurance that the government is not going to close down Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB).

Don’t just set MAS aside

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE of Kuala Lumpur.

MAS, AirAsia and Malindo do not operate 737 MAX

PETALING JAYA: Neither Malaysia Airlines (MAS), AirAsia nor Malindo – the country’s three main air car­riers – operate the Boeing 737 MAX 8 which has been grounded in China and Ethiopia after the second deadly crash involving the aircraft.