Malaysia Airlines MD Ahmad Fuaad Dahlan announced his retirement after a 32-year career with the carrier as MAS reported a loss of MYR280.7 million ($74.5 million) for the three months ended June 30 compared with income MYR26.6 million in the year-ago period. He was named MD in April 2004. Total revenue for the quarter increased 17% to MYR2.8 billion. However, the group's expenditure jumped 29% to MYR3.1 billion, primarily owing to a 58% rise in fuel expense that added MYR1.2 billion in ...

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