Ripple effect of FAA rating downgrade begins

Getting it right: CAAM’s problems are systemic in nature as structural problems exist. It needs a complete overhaul and rehabilitation and that process can take time, according to sources. — Bernama

The first salvo from the impact of the downgrade on Malaysia by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been fired by American Airlines (AA).

AA flyers travelling on a code-share ticket with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) have been told since Monday to change their itinerary.

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