Rayani Air passengers checking out other travel options

Grounded: Rayani Air check-in counters at KLIA2 are empty following its suspension. (Inset) Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) directorgeneral Datuk Seri Azharuddin Abdul Rahman showing the press statement detailing the suspension of Rayani Air flight operations.

PETALING JAYA: Stranded customers of Rayani Air have made other arrangements after finding out that the airline’s operations have been suspended.

Student Muhammad Shahmi Norzi, 19, who is studying in Sarawak, said he bought his tickets in February to go back to his home town in Malacca.

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