1. MAG says no Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia merger plan  The Star Online
  2. Malaysia Airlines owner Malaysia Aviation Group aims to break even by 2023 through Long Term Business Plan 2.0 — CEO  The Edge Markets MY
  3. Malaysia Airlines to phase out A380s 'in coming months'  Flightglobal
  4. Malaysia Aviation Group eyes financial breakeven by 2023  The Star Online
  5. Malaysia Airlines parent Malaysia Aviation Group denies mandating Goldman Sachs to guide aviation group's long-term business plan  The Edge Markets MY
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Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG), the parent company of Malaysia Airlines Bhd, has put an end to the rumours surrounding the possible merger between the airline and low cost carrier AirAsia Group Bhd.Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG), the parent company of Malaysia Airlines Bhd, has put an end to the rumours surrounding the possible merger between the airline and low cost carrier AirAsia Group Bhd.

MAG says no Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia merger plan | The Star

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Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG), Malaysia Airlines’ parent company, has indicated plans to retire its Airbus A380 fleet “in the coming months”.Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG), Malaysia Airlines' parent company, has indicated plans to retire its Airbus A380 fleet "in the coming months".

Malaysia Airlines to phase out A380s ‘in coming months’ | News | Flight Global

The Malaysian flag-carrier is the latest airline to drop the axe on the superjumbo.The Malaysian flag-carrier is the latest airline to drop the axe on the superjumbo.

Malaysia Airlines confirms all Airbus A380s to be retired - Executive Traveller