Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has revealed that it plans to make a final decision on replacing its fleet of 21 A330s in July. “We are in a late stage of the process. We are looking at one-to-one replacement on our A330 fleet,” Malaysia Airlines chief executive Izham Ismail told Reuters. Options being considered are the A330neo and A350 from Airbus as well as the 787, which the airline had provisionally ordered in 2017 but never finalised.

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