MAS stops flying all routes to regain profitability


KLIA:  Today, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) announced it will cease flying to Paris, Amsterdam and all other destinations as part of a bold rationalisation exercise to restore it to profitability.

“The national carrier needs to stop flying unprofitable routes,” said an airline spokesman, “so we’ve had to scrap all domestic and international destinations under our aggressive restructuring plan.”

“MAS passengers can still enjoy tarmac-based routes allow passengers to taxi around KLIA’s world class runways before disembarking.   Delicious meals and cabin entertainment will be available once the captain maintains a safe cruising altitude on the ground.”

“Despite all these changes, MAS remain our regional airline, so long as your idea of regional is the region around KLIA!  We may be grounded, but things are looking up!”

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