Malaysia Airlines pilots cry during a handover ceremony of cinerary casket of pilot Eugene Choo of Flight MH17 shot down over eastern Ukraine in July, at his home in Seremban, Malaysia, Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
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Disaster-tainted Malaysia Airlines said Wednesday it had changed the name of a ticket-sale promotion that invoked an "inappropriate" death reference by asking travelers which places were on their "Bucket List". The flag carrier, which has been devastated by the loss of 537 people in two air tragedies this year, had offered prizes including free round-trip flights to Malaysia from Australia and New Zealand in a contest called "My Ultimate Bucket List". Customers who booked travel between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31 were asked to tell the airline which destinations were on their "bucket list".
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