Malaysia’s Malindo Air Loses Traffic Rights for Okinawa/Taipei/Kuala Lumpur Route

Malindo Air Malaysia

The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) revealed that the allocation of air traffic rights for Malindo Air Malaysia for the Okinawa/Naha-Taipei/Taoyuan-Kuala Lumpur route has expired.

MAVCOM determines the allocation of air traffic rights by considering demand, user benefits, service quality, and the impact on Malaysian airports and the aviation industry. Airlines granted air traffic rights must start operating all allocated flights within six months from the starting date of the effective period; otherwise, the unused rights are revoked. The commission also has the authority to temporarily suspend or cancel decisions if an airline fails to comply with the conditions.

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