Executive chairman Dr Nungsari Ahmad Radhi said the commercial dispute between the two parties did not affect Mavcom’s operations. “We are here to spur the regulations and we are also the competition regulator. We will not let this affect our operations at Mavcom.
“We have our issues but right now, to us, business is as usual,” he said at a media briefing after a panel discussion organised by Khazanah Research Institute.
Nungsari also said before the passenger service charge (PSC) was implemented, every player was brought to the discussion table and the decision was agreed upon.
“It can be seen on our website and be accessed by everyone. Hence, this dispute is only between them and it does not involve Mavcom,” he said.
It was reported that AirAsia had served a notice to Malaysia Airports (Sepang) Sdn Bhd claiming almost RM480mil for losses incurred from operating at klia2.
MAHB was reported as saying that it would resolve the contractual matters related to the PSC through a court as it sought to recover an average loss of RM7mil a month due to AirAsia’s disregard of the RM73 gazetted rate. — Bernama