If a true regional open-skies deal brokered by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) fails to materialize in 2015 as planned, flag carrier Malaysian Airlines’ (MAS) “Plan B” response will be expanding a joint-venture network to go beyond just its Oneworld partners or even, at a stretch, to invest, says MAS senior marketing VP Dean Dacko. “We are looking to expand through joint ventures with partners who have a similar product and approach to the market as us,” Dacko says. ...

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