It reported that Malaysia Airlines is allegedly open to outright sale or lease of the aircraft.
In May 2012, Malaysia Airlines took delivery of its first A380, and currently it flies these jets to Paris, London and Hong Kong.
In late 2014, the airline was nationalized by Malaysia's state-run investment holding arm Khazanah Nasional, in a move that came after years of ever-increasing debt.
The airline's debts have approached 1.5 billion dollars since 2011, with analysts predicting that Malaysia Airlines would not break even until at least 2016.
Khazanah Nasional planned to pump hefty sums into Malaysia Airlines before the end of 2016 so as to try to make the airline profitable again by 2017.