Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has seen a dramatic improvement on its Australasian services, thanks to the carrier’s efforts to boost demand in this market. The carrier was previously concerned about the performance of its flights to Australia and New Zealand, which are an important part of its overall network. After launching a commercial review, MAB decided to cut its flights to Darwin, Australia, from July 28. It still serves four routes to Australia and one to New ...

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