Malaysia Airlines A380. Courtesy, Airbus Malaysia Airlines (MAS) reported a first-quarter after-tax loss of MYR171 million ($54.3 million), slightly improved from a MYR242 million loss for the same period last year. MAS said the improved results were “despite higher jet fuel price averaging $135 per barrel during the quarter compared to $120 per barrel in the previous year,” according to a statement. Total Group revenue stood at MYR3.11 billion while overall operating ...

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