AirAsia says it will fight fines imposed by Malaysia’s competition regulator over a failed linkup between AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines (MAS), and the low-cost carrier also has urged the regulator to apply the same scrutiny to airports. The Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) issued a proposed decision stating that both airlines infringed competition laws during their short-lived collaboration agreement. The MyCC says it will fine each carrier RM10 million ($3 million). The airlines ...
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