Malaysia Airports and AirAsia spat over Klia2 branding continues

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 21 Jun 2016

Badlisham reiterated the company will remain the major shareholder of ISG, but declined to give a time frame for the sale.

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad ‘s view is that AirAsia's plan to rebrand the klia2 hub as LCCT2 would be a violation of international aviation laws.

AirAsia chief executive officer Aireen Omar had announced that the airline was going ahead in renaming klia2 as LCCT2 in all its operation materials, including flight tickets, the destination on its website and even on promotional materials, as a protest against Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), which she claimed had been uncooperative in assisting AirAsia's growth in the new airport.

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