Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) is preparing to deploy its Airbus A380s and other aircraft to transport passengers to Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj religious pilgrimage. The carrier expects to fly more than 15,000 people to Jeddah and Medina on special flights for Hajj pilgrims. MAB will operate 80 long-haul flights to these destinations from Kuala Lumpur using its A380s. MAB also plans to operate 88 feeder flights using Boeing 737-800s. These will transport 13,200 people from Malaysian ...

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