The troubled South East Asian carrier, Malaysia Airlines, might be getting a savior to help its dire financial situation. Japan Airlines is seemingly rising to the occasion and eyeing a stake in the airline. The Malaysian government is looking for options to off-load Malaysia Airlines, as it is failing to post a profit since
February 2016. Back then, the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Christoph Mueller, said that the target is “to break even by 2018”, a target which has been missed by a mile. But is there hope for the airline to turn around its operations?