QUESTION TIME | By now RM23 billion has been sunk in to rescue the national airline.
The CEP chair clarifies that it may not necessarily be a takeover but purchase of stocks instead.
He also says the approach taken by previous gov't did not make sense.
UPDATED 12.35PM | 'We have spent a huge amount of money... and currently, we don't have the capacity to do so'.
However, he adds the government hasn't decided whether to sell off the airline.
The finance minister clarifies that it was merely one of the options presented to the PM.
He urges the government to listen to the increasing calls for the national flag carrier to be shut down.
MAS is set to receive 15 MAX 8 planes next year, while Malindo had shifted models of the same make to Lion Air.
They will meet with the Transport minister to hand over the 'newly recovered debris', some five pieces of debris found off Madagascar.
It will resume flights to the island republic once regulatory issues have been sorted out.
Malaysia Airlines says pilots followed air traffic controllers' instructions in Tuesday's near-crash with other plane in London.
Pearl Wendy Mak, Wang Wen Chien and Nur Waie Hidayah Mohamad Rasidin make history as they take to the skies.
Students enjoy fare discounts and extra baggage allowance with the airline’s travel plan, the first of its kind.
He was believed to be under the influence of alcohol.
A conclusion can only be drawn if wreckage is found, says chief investigator.
The airline says it's considering 'various funding and leasing options' to fund about nine Boeing 737 MAX planes.
It, too, will also be waiving flight change fees for Malaysians with existing bookings who want to return home to vote.
Publication of detailed investigation report suspended pending outcome of latest search.
Izham Ismail adds that recent recruitment drive aims to address MAS' high attrition rate.
Transport ministry receiving complaints of uncomfortable seats and insufficient toilets on business class flights.
The aircraft experienced a technical fault on one of its engines but landed safely, says Malaysia Airlines.
COMMENT | Existing labour laws do not sufficiently protect the rights of the workers, and may even bring injustice to them.
Commission executive chair maintains that service charge in M'sia 'among lowest in the world'.
Malaysia Airlines is confident of its five-year recovery plan, according to CEO Izham Ismail.
'Will the gov't instruct airlines to change their uniform policies, and will airlines fork out money to change their entire uniform?'