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Leasing option for Malaysia Airlines as demand rises


Chief executive officer Peter Bellew(pic) said a decision on the type of aircraft will be made by the end of June. (Malaysia Airlines will take delivery of the first of six new A350-XWB aircraft by year-end.)

Chief executive officer Peter Bellew(pic) said a decision on the type of aircraft will be made by the end of June. (Malaysia Airlines will take delivery of the first of six new A350-XWB aircraft by year-end.)

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines Bhd will lease a dozen second-hand wide-body aircraft from now till the end of 2019 while waiting for new aircraft deliveries, as it does not have enough capacity to serve nine key routes across Asia.

Chief executive officer Peter Bellew said a decision on the type of aircraft will be made by the end of June.

Airlines , malaysia airlines

   

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