Malaysia Airlines Now Will Use A380s For Peak-Period Flying

Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has adjusted its plans for how it will use its six Airbus A380s next year and will shift some of the aircraft to the carrier’s peak-period flights and charters. The airline had said the A380s will be taken off its twice-daily Kuala Lumpur-London route and replaced with...

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