CANCUN, Mexico—Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) is moving closer to a lease deal for used Airbus A330s that will allow the carrier to upgauge narrowbody aircraft routes in high-demand, international markets. The airline wants to have a deal for six aircraft “locked down” by the middle of July, CEO Peter Bellew told Aviation Daily on the sidelines of the IATA Annual General Meeting here. “We’ve narrowed down some aircraft, [and] we’re doing due diligence on ...

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