Boeing 747 To Fly Again For Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines Bhd. (MAB) has confirmed it is recommissioning a parked Boeing 747-400 to cover for other long-haul aircraft during scheduled maintenance. The carrier says the 747 “will be used as an operational spare aircraft to be assigned on an ad-hoc basis to destinations, as and when required...

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