Malaysia could have three new airlines next year. Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, director general of Malaysia’s Department of Civil Aviation, says three companies have applied for air operator certificates: two are seeking licenses as scheduled operators and one is seeking a permit to be a charter operator. Azharuddin, speaking to Aviation Week on the sidelines of the LIMA Airshow in Langkawi, Malaysia, declined to name the potential start-ups. It is unclear, however, if these would-be ...

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