Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has increased the number of used widebody aircraft it is seeking to add to its fleet to meet medium-term capacity needs. The carrier is in discussions with potential sellers and lessors regarding 6–7 aircraft it intends to introduce in 2018, and a similar number in 2019, CEO Peter Bellew told Aviation Daily. As recently as November, Bellew said MAB was looking to add a total of five aircraft. Bellew said MAB has a wide range of offers on the table. With ...

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