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MAS To Sell Older Aircraft To Improve Finances
January 18, 2012
Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is getting ready to sell parts of its aging fleet in an effort to raise cash and make way for new aircraft on order. The national airline’s parent, Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad (PMB), has advertised on the PMB website that it has an Airbus A330-300 available for sale. The...
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