Some of Malaysia’s major airlines and maintenance providers are looking to expand their MRO capabilities, which could support government aims to fast-track the development of the country’s aerospace industry. Malaysia Airlines is considering relaunching itself into the third-party heavy maintenance market, while Sepang Aircraft Engineering is also studying whether to expand facilities and its scope of work. Meanwhile, low-cost carrier giant AirAsia is planning to make its first ...

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