AirAsia X Plans to Launch Osaka/Kansai & Fukuoka – Taipei/Taoyuan – Kuala Lumpur Flights, Approved by MAVCOM

AirAsia X

The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) has announced its decision to grant air traffic rights for AirAsia X to operate flights from Osaka/Kansai and Fukuoka to Taipei/Taoyuan, and then on to Kuala Lumpur.

According to the announcement, the service from Osaka/Kansai to Taipei/Taoyuan to Kuala Lumpur will operate seven round trips per week, and the service from Fukuoka to Taipei/Taoyuan to Kuala Lumpur will operate four round trips per week, starting in July. The flights are expected to use Airbus A330 aircraft.

The Malaysian Aviation Commission makes its decision on the allocation of air traffic rights based on factors such as demand, benefits to users, quality of service, and the impact on Malaysia’s airports and aviation industry. The commission also holds the authority to temporarily suspend or cancel the decision if the airline fails to comply with the conditions. Airlines that are allocated air traffic rights must commence operations for all allocated flights within six months from the effective start date, and unutilized rights will be revoked.

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