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Minister denies siding with AirAsia in flight delay issue

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Alexander Nanta Linggi says he merely contacted AirAsia for further clarification of the problems experienced by travellers.

AirAsia delays throw passenger plans into disarray

One family was forced to celebrate Hari Raya only on the second day, while two young girls scheduled for an afternoon flight took off at 1am instead, landing just hours before school began.

Aviation authority gets cracking amid flood of complaints over flight delays, no-shows

Mavcom says the airlines involved have been told to submit all relevant data regarding flight schedule disruptions from April 29 to May 9.

Airlines told to rectify all issues following passenger complaints

Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong says the authorities have reprimanded the parties involved and told them to ensure strict compliance with technical, economic, and safety regulations.

AirAsia told to respond to flight delay complaints

Alexander Nanta Linggi says the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry has compiled consumer complaints and conducted a preliminary study on the matter.

Capital A bosses paid RM14 million and change in 2021

This is a massive increase from what they received in 2020.

We need our money back, say AirAsia passengers struggling with pandemic hardships

They urge the airline to empathise with their struggles and refund the money spent on flights that never took off, while others say they are ready to boycott AirAsia over the matter.

Qantas to launch non-stop Sydney-London, NY flights by end-2025

Singapore Airlines currently operates the world's longest non-stop commercial flight from Singapore to New York, clocking in a time of about 19 hours.

Surging Covid cases force easyJet to cancel UK flights over staff shortages

England dropped all its restrictions earlier this year, including a legal requirement to self-isolate when testing positive and the need to wear masks in public places.

Questions raised over half-a-billion ringgit govt loan for troubled AirAsia

The approval from Danajamin comes months after the airline was classified as PN17.

Cathay Pacific sacks two aircrew for breaching Covid-19 rules

Cathay said five of its aircrew had tested positive following their return to Hong Kong from duty, and investigation into the cases had indicated a serious breach of protocols by some of those individuals.

Frustrated customers chase AirAsia for refunds

Many say they have no use for the ticket credit offered in lieu of refunds, or question apparent discrepancies in the refund policy.

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