The company has been holding positions for the national carrier since last March, its international sales director Paul G. Dubeck said.
“We can maintain the position for another six months. After that, they (MAS) can probably get the aircraft in 2010 or 2012,” he told Business Times.
I am wondering the about financial results of MAS as it appears its competitors have been doing well while MAS is experiencing financial difficulties and may not looking into replace its older 737-400.
[Edited 2005-12-12 04:23:41]
[Edited 2005-12-12 04:25:07]