While Malaysia Airlines (MAB) has made significant cuts to its staff and network, the carrier’s fleet changes will also be a key factor in the success of its turnaround.  International route realignment has already led MAB to retire its fleet of Boeing 777-200ERs. Another major adjustment will occur in late 2017, when the airline begins taking delivery of Airbus A350s, which will eventually replace its A380 fleet. The carrier has determined that such moves will better match its ...

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