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Malaysia Airlines to keep A380 on LHR route
Malaysia Airlines to continue Heathrow A380 service
Malaysia Airlines will continue to fly double daily on its London Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur route, it was confirmed today.
New CEO Christoph Mueller told Business Traveller the carrier, which has been placed in administration and will emerge in September as Malaysia Airlines Berhad, will still operate two superjumbos on the "flagship" route.
Despite admitting that the airline is "technically bankrupt" and that it is likely to sell two A380 aircraft, Mueller said: "We are very happy with this flagship route and with the operating schedule we have, which has morning and evening departures, both in the morning and the evening, at both ends.