Malev Hungarian Airlines, which recently signed an MOU to join oneworld, expects to post an operating loss this year on flat revenues but anticipates an operating profit in 2006. "In the last three months we saw financial stablizisation," CEO Janos Goenci told ATWOnline during the IATA AGM in Tokyo last week. One of Malev's highest priorities is reducing the number of aircraft types in its fleet from four to three, possibly by phasing out four CRJs and replacing them with F70s/F100s. It ...

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