New Malaysian flag carrier—provisionally called MAS Bhd—has now said it will retain at least some of its full-service international routes, and will also keep domestic and cargo services from the operating assets of the old Malaysia Airlines System (MAS) airline group. At a briefing, newly appointed CEO Christoph Mueller said the airline would be split into separate divisions that would operate support functions and operations such as MRO, holidays, ground handling and training, ...

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