MAS To Cut Los Angeles Route, Cites Slots, Business Traffic

Following what the airline describes as overly high costs and low yields, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) plans to stop flying its Kuala Lumpur-Los Angeles route. The move, effective from April 30, is described as “route rationalization” by the airline’s CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya. He says the route is no...

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