Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) will repaint one of its Boeing 747-400 aircraft in original 1970s livery before bringing it back into service on domestic schedules in the coming months. The Malaysian flag carrier, which was restructured in a $6 billion ($2.7 billion) government bailout last year, has three Boeing aircraft in storage, and is to bring at least one back into service by end April this year, the airline said. “The newly liveried aircraft, bringing the spirit of Malaysia ...

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