Malev Hungarian Airlines 737-700. By Rob Finlayson Hungarian state-owned Malev Hungarian Airlines (MA) ceased all operations early on Feb. 3 saying its cash flow situation had become “untenable” after its partners lost trust in the carrier and began demanding advance payments for their services. An MA source told ATW the oneworld alliance carrier was also unable to pay a passenger-ticket-insurance, a value of €30 million ($39.5 million). The government put the 95% ...

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