Malaysia Airlines Will Drop Four More Routes in 2012

Four more routes are being cut from Malaysia Airlines, News Republic reports. The decision comes a week after the announcement that the airline would be suspending service to global destinations as it tries to return a profit.

"The airline, which has struggled to stay in the black in recent years, unveiled a business plan last week aimed at becoming profitable by 2013 that would include a route 'rationalization' but did not name the affected routes," according to News Republic.

Routes servicing Rome, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Buenos Aires, Karachi, Dubai, Dammam and Surabaya will be dropped as of January.

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