Southeast Asian Aftermarket Confronts Altered Landscape

Malaysia Airlines aircraft
Malaysia Aviation Group is looking to grow cargo and MRO going forward to compensate for a smaller airline operation.
Credit: Adrian Schofield/AW&ST
Despite tentative signs of recovery in many parts of the world, most Southeast Asian airlines remain mired in crisis. Government support has been extremely limited, with the notable exception of Malaysia, whose flag carrier, tellingly, is the only one in the region to have finalised a restructuring...

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