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HomeMalaysia NewsMYAirline's Operating License Temporarily Suspended by Malaysian Authorities : Report

MYAirline’s Operating License Temporarily Suspended by Malaysian Authorities : Report

Transport Minister Anthony Loke announced today that MYAirline’s operating license will be temporarily suspended by the authorities. The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) is expected to officially confirm this decision later today.

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Transport Minister Anthony Loke has revealed that MYAirline is facing a temporary suspension of its operating license, with the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) expected to officially announce the decision. The suspension is a response to commercial issues within the company, and MYAirline is actively seeking investors while putting its operations on hold.

Despite recently receiving an extension for its air operator’s certificate (AOC), which had initially expired on September 30, MYAirline’s air service license (ASL) from the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) is set to expire on November 14. On October 12, MYAirline abruptly suspended all operations due to financial pressures, pending shareholder restructuring, and recapitalization efforts aimed at ensuring the company’s future stability.

Affected passengers have been advised not to travel to the airport and are encouraged to make alternative travel arrangements for their intended destinations. Both MYAirline and CAAM are expected to issue official statements on this matter.