AirAsia snubs Mavcom’s request for details on klia2 congestion


AirAsia has issued a scathing letter, criticising Malaysian Aviation Commission’s inaction after noting klia2’s immigration counter congestion. – AFP file pic, October 22, 2019.

AIRASIA has turned down Malaysian Aviation Commission’s (Mavcom) request for documented details on the recent congestion at klia2’s immigration counters.

In a statement today, AirAsia said the onus lies with Mavcom to investigate the matter as the commission is funded by the people.


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  • What about CCTV? Is nobody monitoring the queues remotely? What about airport staff? They should be constantly monitoring queues at check in, security and immigration to react when queues build. This is standard in most major airports.

    Posted 4 months ago by Malaysia New hope

  • Mavcom should be renamed Gabucom. Gaji Buta Commission.

    Posted 4 months ago by Kinetica Cho