Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) may bring aircraft out of storage to cover for Airbus A380s while they undergo maintenance checks this year. In its latest strategy update, MAB says its A380 fleet is due for scheduled maintenance starting around April 1, and this will require one A380 at a time to be out of service through this year. The airline says it is “exploring reinstating a former flagship air­craft” to temporarily replace A380 capacity on the Kuala Lumpur-London route ...

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