Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) increased passenger yields in the fourth quarter of 2017, although the carrier indicated its full-year financial performance did not meet targets. The airline does not report full financial results as it is not publicly traded. However, it highlighted a fourth-quarter yield improvement in both the domestic and international sectors despite intense competition and overcapacity in the Asian region. This helped raise unit revenue 2% for the quarter, although load ...

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