Malaysia Airlines (MH) will cut routes to Europe, Africa and the Middle East starting in January to stem losses and return to profitability (ATW Daily News, Dec. 12). Beginning in January, the airline will scrap the following routes: daily Langkawi–Penang–Singapore; 2X-weekly Kuala Lumpur–Karachi–Dubai; 2X-weekly Kuala Lumpur–Dubai–Damman; daily Kuala Lumpur–Surabaya; 3X-weekly Kuala Lumpur–Johannesburg; 2X-weekly Kuala Lumpur–Cape ...

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