AirAsia boss: First things first, then impose levy

  • Nation Premium
  • Thursday, 07 Dec 2017

Easing it up: Long queues such as this at the KLIA2 check-in counter will be a thing of the past if Mavcom gets it right.

PETALING JAYA: The Airports Quality of Service framework should be in place before the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) imposes a levy on air travellers, said AirAsia group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.

The framework developed by Mavcom is aimed at penalising airports that fail to ensure seamless services for travellers, and will be rolled out in stages, starting from the third quarter of next year with the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In Nation

Sarawak polls: Clean sweep on the cards for GPS if it maintains strong team spirit, says Abang Jo Premium
PM: Be proud of Bahasa Melayu Premium
Traffic diversion along Paka Toll Plaza route from 9am-1pm on Monday (Nov 29) Premium
Dr Wee: Newly-completed Desaru Coast Ferry Terminal to create new sea VTL with Singapore Premium
Security guard injured by car attempting to head into Singapore via Second Link Premium
MRSM 2022 special admission tests for Form 1, 4 students in December, says Mahdzir Khalid Premium
PM to visit Singapore on Monday (Nov 29) in conjunction with VTL launch Premium
Covid-19: More than 98% of new cases mild, asymptomatic, says Health DG Premium
Brawl among friends leaves one dead after neck slashed with key Premium
Dr Wee uncovers unsatisfactory conditions at Johor JPJ during surprise visit Premium

Others Also Read