Scanda Sky services uninterrupted after Mavcom warning, says CEO


IPOH: Scanda Sky PLT’s services are not interrupted despite the warning by Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom).

Its chief executive officer Stanley Hu said its chartered flight service from Guangzhou back to here on Sunday (Dec 1) carried on normally.

“We have also spoken to Malaysian Airlines (MAS) earlier and they said there were no issues.

“About 44 passengers flew back to Ipoh,” he said.

It was reported that Mavcom had issued a warning to Scanda Sky for purportedly portraying itself as an airline company.

Hu had issued a statement on Friday that it charters flights from MAS for tour packages in Ipoh and Guangzhou.

Hu, however, said about nine passengers did not board the airplane in Ipoh on Saturday after the statement by Mavcom.

“We hope Mavcom will take more precaution before releasing future statements.

“We shall also meet with them to discuss about their statement and how both parties can work together,” he said.

“If passengers want to purchase tickets, they can still visit our website to leave an inquiry, and we will get our affiliated travel agencies in touch with them,” he added.

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