Malaysia Airlines is struggling to cope with the aftermath of the shooting down of its Boeing 777-200 aircraft 9M-MRD, operating flight MH17 out of Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport July17. All 298 passengers and crew were killed. It was the second disaster to strike the airline within six months. Malaysia Airlines dispatched an emergency team of over 200 Malaysian specialists and observers to Amsterdam, of which 80 caregivers and a management team remained in Amsterdam to give assistance ...

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