Malaysia Airlines' Business Turnaround Plan, which included the ceding of a significant chunk of its domestic network to AirAsia, is working "ahead of schedule," the carrier said yesterday as it reported its first three-month profit in more than a year, a MYR240 million ($65.7 million) windfall that stands in stark contrast to a MYR366 million loss in the third quarter of 2005. The result was boosted by a MYR194 million gain from the sale of properties and compensation related to the ...

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