AirAsia’s Aireen Omar takes MAHB to task


Commenting on the results, AirAsia chief executive officer (CEO) Aireen Omar said in the statement that the airline saw good growth and earnings in the second quarter despite it historically being the company

SEPANG: AirAsia’s growth has been stunted since it moved to its new base in 2014, after restrictions placed by Malaysian Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), ranging from how to run its check-ins to the design of KLIA2, said chief executive officer Aireen Omar (pic).

She said AirAsia have not been allowed to use their own automated check-in system that was used at the previous low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT).

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