Restructured Malaysia Gives Insight Into Widebody Maintenance Plans

Malaysia Airlines aircraft
In February, Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah, the ultimate parent of the airline, committed MYR3.6 billion ($870 million) to the flag carrier.
Credit: Adrian Schofield/AW&ST
A new maintenance deal has provided valuable insight into the future fleet plans of a restructured Malaysia Airlines. The flag carrier has signed a multi-year extension to its flight-hour-based component services contract with Airbus for its existing widebody fleet of Airbus A350s, A330s, and A330...

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