Malaysia Airlines unveiled a five-year growth plan dubbed BTP2 (Business Transformation Plan 2) in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, targeting a minimum full-year net profit of MYR1.5 billion ($463.6 million) by 2012. The airline, winner of Air Transport World's Phoenix Award (ATWOnline, Jan. 29), appears well on its way to achieving that goal after posting a record MYR610 million profit in the first nine months of 2007 (ATWOnline, Nov. 27, 2007), with a forecast of a MYR700 million profit for the ...

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