Malev completes restructuring, eyes increased links with oneworld and re-privatisation
Malev aims to increase its focus on connections with oneworld partners and grow Budapest’s status as a hub for Eastern Europe as the Hungarian carrier completes a restructuring which began last year after it was renationalised. Malev aims to return to the black in 2012, paving the way for a potential re-privatisation. [1163 words]
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- Malev promotes connections at new Budapest terminal
- Lower cost base positions Malev for future profits
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- Malev international capacity by region, 13-Jun-2011 to 19-Jun-2011
- Malev's network
- Malev’s top 10 international routes by seats, 13-Jun-2011 to 19-Jun-2011
- Budapest capacity share by alliance, 13-Jun-2011 to 19-Jun-2011
- Budapest Airport capacity by carrier, (seats per week, to/from), 13-Jun-2011 to 19-Jun-2011
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