Nearly 200 Malaysia Airlines cabin crew quit after disastersReprints
Many cabin crew members at Malaysian Airline System Bhd., branded as Malaysia Airlines, are quitting the airline following recent tragedies involving the airline's flights, the Daily Mail reports.
The disasters left 537 dead, including 27 crew members. The airline said 186 crew members left the company during the January to July period. Many of them said they were concerned about their safety. The resignations are affecting the airline's operations as it is experiencing crew shortages, which in turn is putting pressure on the existing staff.