Malaysia Airlines will consolidate its network and eliminate service to five cities in India and China as part of an effort "to contain its cost growth and improve performance," the carrier said yesterday. The announcement came nearly two months after Chairman Mohamed Munir Abdul Majid said MAS would "focus on significant short-term improvement initiatives and implement a longer-term plan to improve operating performance as well" in the wake of a MYR280.7 million ($74.5 million) ...

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