While Malaysia Airlines’ new leader has confirmed that two of its Airbus A380s are on the market as part of the carrier’s major restructuring, it appears that the airline does not plan to dispose of the rest of its A380s, at least in the short term.  CEO Christoph Mueller says two A380s are “surplus to requirements” and will be sold or leased. The carrier is believed to have been in discussions with Turkish Airlines regarding the aircraft at one point, although ...


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