SYDNEY—Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will be able to compete effectively against LCCs in Southeast Asia without having to resort to starting an LCC subsidiary as its rivals have done, according to MAS CEO Christoph Müller.  MAS is in the middle of a major restructuring effort that will cut its costs dramatically. This will allow the carrier to adopt a “modular product offering,” enabling it to compete for budget and full-service traffic, Müller said at the ...

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