Malaysia Airlines said yesterday that it has made clear to Airbus its disappointment in the delayed delivery of its A380s and is seriously considering canceling its order. MAS has six A380s on order and originally was supposed to receive its first in May 2008. CEO Azmil Zahruddin told reporters yesterday following the carrier's AGM that the first A380 now is scheduled to be delivered in the 2012 second quarter, its fourth delivery date. "MAS hopes to make a decision this year on ...

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