While beleaguered Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is preparing a restructuring plan that is likely to include staff cuts, the carrier is downplaying concerns that it is already experiencing an exodus of cabin crew due to morale issues. The airline is due to report its second-quarter earnings on the afternoon of Aug. 28, and it is expected to give at least some indications of the restructuring blueprint at that time. Major staff reductions, network rationalization and leadership changes are among the ...
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