Malaysia Airlines 'to change its name and restructure its routes' after two major tragedies in six months
Airline is looking at a number of options to restructure business
It is also considering are new routes and expanding out-sourcing
Move follows disappearance of flight MH370 and MH17 disaster
537 passengers and crew believed to have died in the two tragedies
Malaysian employs 20,000 staff and carries 50,000 passengers a day
The Malaysian flag carrier is majority-owned by the government
By LEON WATSON
PUBLISHED: 03:42 EST, 27 July 2014 | UPDATED: 06:38 EST, 27 July 2014
Malaysian Airlines is set for a brand overhaul after two major tragedies in the last six months, it emerged today.
The airline said it is looking at a number of options to restructure the business which could include changing its name.
Among the other changes the Malaysian flag carrier is considering are new routes and expanding out-sourcing to increase profitability.