Malaysia Airlines' parent company is still holding negotiations with lessors
Malaysia Aircrafts' parent organization is as yet holding arrangements with lessors and leasers over a rebuilding intend to keep the transporter alive, yet the discussions are taking longer than arranged, as indicated by a staff reminder seen by Reuters.
In light of a Reuters inquiry, MAG said in an email on Saturday it is "proceeding with conversations with loan bosses on its continuous rebuilding exercise".
MAG, claimed by state reserve Khazanah, said Izham's reminder to staff was to address worries among workers.
Malaysia's public aircraft is trying to rebuild after the Covid pandemic constrained it to cut tasks.
The transporter had rebuilt after two destructive accidents in 2014 however not at all like around then the legislature is reluctant to rescue it this time.
Reuters revealed a week ago that a gathering of lessors had dismissed a rebuilding plan that included steep limits, carrying the transporter more like a confrontation over its future.
In the reminder to staff, Izham guaranteed them that MAG's rebuilding exercise "is still work in progress".
"Do you see me quitting yet? Along with the senior authority group, we are here as yet battling for the organization's endurance," Izham said.
On Thursday, MAG said auxiliary Firefly Aircrafts will begin flying in mid 2021 as a component of a realigned bunch wide business procedure.
Reuters announced a week ago that MAG had cautioned lessors that its sole investor would unwind the aircraft if rebuilding talks are fruitless, and would zero in on Firefly.