Seven Malaysian Carriers Form New Association

Seven Malaysian airlines confirmed on Thursday (April 14) that they will join forces to create the Association of Malaysian Air Carriers (AMAC).

Seven Malaysian airlines confirmed on Thursday (April 14) that they will join forces to create the Association of Malaysian Air Carriers (AMAC).

Malaysia Airlines, MASwings, Firefly, AirAsia, AirAsia X Berhad, Malindo Air and Berjaya Air will become the founder airlines of AMAC, which will extend its membership to all carriers operating in Malaysia.

In a joint statement, Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia said the purpose of AMAC will be to provide a common platform to discuss aviation industry issues while representing common interests amongst institutions such as the Ministry of Transport, Department of Civil Aviation and the Malaysian Aviation Commission.

It will engage in subjects including safety standards, aeropolitical concerns and security.

 

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