Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has confirmed the suspension of its Paris and Amsterdam routes will allow it to retire its remaining Boeing 777-200ERs, and that many of the pilots from this fleet will also be leaving the airline. The carrier currently operates six 777-200ERs, which will be “retired from the fleet and sold.” These aircraft are 15 years old on average, according to ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily’s fleet database, and the airline says some are ...

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