AirAsia is accusing a Malaysian regulatory body of stifling the growth of aviation services by being too restrictive in the approval of new routes and frequencies. The carrier has criticized the handling of the approval process by the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom), and called for the route approval responsibility to be switched to the country’s Ministry of Transport. “By failing to understand the true business of airlines, and by trying to micro-manage the industry, ...

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