While beleaguered Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is preparing a restructuring plan likely to include staff cuts, the carrier is downplaying concerns that it is experiencing a morale-related exodus of cabin crew. The airline is expected to give at least some indication of the restructuring blueprint as part of its Aug. 28 second-quarter earnings report. Major staff reductions, network rationalization and leadership changes are among the measures believed to be under consideration by the state fund ...
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