Malaysia’s aviation authorities are preparing to take the steps needed to convince the U.S. FAA to restore Malaysia’s aviation safety rating. FAA downgraded the safety rating of the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) to Category 2 on Nov. 11, after determining the CAAM did not meet ICAO safety standards. The FAA conducted an audit in Malaysia in April. The downgrade means airlines from Malaysia cannot establish new service or codeshares to the U.S., although current ...

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