Malaysia Airlines to Resume Tokyo/Haneda to Kuala Lumpur Route as MAVCOM Allocates Air Traffic Rights

Malaysia Airlines

The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) has allocated air traffic rights to Malaysia Airlines for the Tokyo/Haneda to Kuala Lumpur route.

According to the announcement, the service will operate two round trips per week. The Tokyo/Haneda to Kuala Lumpur route began operations with two round trips a week in August 2022. By December of the same year, the frequency had increased to five round trips a week. The route has been suspended since September 17, 2023.

The Malaysian Aviation Commission determines the allocation of air traffic rights by considering factors such as demand, user benefits, service quality, and the impact on Malaysian airports and the aviation industry. If an airline granted these rights fails to comply with the conditions, MAVCOM has the authority to temporarily suspend or revoke its decision. The designated airline must initiate operations for all allocated flights within six months of the start date of the rights, and any unused rights will be revoked.

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