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The losses of Malaysia Airlines have reached record levels in the last two years

The losses of Malaysia Airlines after the disappearance of the MH370 flight in March reached record levels in the last two years, the BBC reports.

The company said the incident with flights MH370 was followed by a greater number of refusals from booking tickets for flights involving long-haul flights. Ticket sales in China, whose population is the main consumer of the company's services, fell by 60%.

The company's net loss in the first quarter of 2014 increased by 59% to $ 138 million. A similar figure for the first quarter of last year was $ 86,4 million.

Malaysia Airlines' Boeing 777 aircraft disappeared from radar screens in the early morning of March 8. On board were 227 passengers and 12 crew members. Searches liner continues to this day.


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