Almost two years after one of its Boeing 777s went missing, Malaysia Airlines is grounding its remaining fleet of the aircraft – and cancelling the route on which one of the planes was shot down.
The Malaysian carrier’s last 777 operation is scheduled took off from Amsterdam just before noon, on monday. It ends 19 years of flying the twin-jet – and four decades of the route between the airline’s hub, Kuala Lumpur, and the Dutch capital.
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