AirAsia confirmed to ATWOnline that it has submitted a proposal to the Malaysian government to operate all but three of Malaysia Airlines' domestic routes. The plan is part of the government's review of a domestic airline system that has been a continual loss-maker for MAS. Earlier this month, AirAsia took delivery of the first of 100 A320s and announced an additional eight destinations in Indonesia from Kuala Lumpur. MAS has deferred a decision on a replacement for its fleet of 737s, but ...

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