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As Malaysia Airlines Risks Being Liquidated, Malaysians Fondly Remember The National Carrier

As Malaysia Airlines Risks Being Liquidated, Malaysians Fondly Remember The National Carrier

Firefly might be the next national carrier.

Anne Dorall

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Investors are no longer interested in national carrier Malaysia Airlines, and amidst being grounded from the pandemic and years of being in the red, it could potential be liquidated away.

According to NST, Khazanah Nasional Bhd may be grounding the airline permanently and turning Firefly into the new national carrier. However, the preferred option is for their investors to support the company’s attempt at restructuring instead.

Still, in the middle of all this uncertainty over the future of Malaysia Airlines, many Malaysians have taken to social media to share their memories of what Malaysia Airlines mean to them.

For many Malaysians, the national airline carries fond memories, whether it was the first time they rode on a plane…

…or for those who reached their dreams of a career in the air.

The airline was also involved in shipping students back home during the global pandemic.

The airline has been in operation for 73 years since 1947, and it may not reach its centennial.

Whether or not Malaysia Airline manages to get through this rough patch still remains to be seen, but they have certainly made a deep, long-lasting impact on the country and its people.


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