Malev Hungarian Airlines will suspend its two North Atlantic routes starting in mid-November and lasting through the winter season. Budapest-New York JFK and Budapest-Toronto services should resume in the spring. Malev said that as part of its structural transformation and cost-efficiency program, it will lease out two 767-200ERs while a single 767-300ER will continue flying to Bangkok. That thrice-weekly service will become four-times-weekly from Jan. 8.
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