Malaysia Airlines (MH) is anticipating an extra $100 million in revenue from interlining passengers when it joins oneworld alliance early next year.
Malaysia Airlines (MH) is anticipating an extra $100 million in revenue from interlining passengers when it joins oneworld alliance early next year (ATW Daily News, June 7, 2011). MH currently registers MYR750 million ($235.8 million) annually in interlining passenger revenue, SVP-international affairs Germal Singh Khera said at a media briefing. MH officials confirmed the remarks to ATW. “We are foreseeing the additional revenue to roll in as early as next year, with MH ...
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