AirAsia’s regional passenger volume takes off again

27 October 2020 AirAsia Group Bhd maintained its recovery momentum into the third quarter of 2020 with almost a 10-fold increase quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q) in its passenger volume for Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Its consolidated aircraft operating certificate recorded 1.91 million passengers from July to September, representing a load factor of 66% compared with 204,082 … Continue reading AirAsia’s regional passenger volume takes off again

MARC affirms Segi Astana’s RM415m ratings, lowers outlook

21 October 2020 Malaysian Rating Corporation Bhd (MARC) has affirmed its AA-rating on Segi Astana Sdn Bhd’s RM415mil Asean green medium-term notes facility (MTN facility). MARC said on Wednesday the rating outlook was revised to negative from stable. The current outstanding under the rated facility is RM365mil. “The outlook revision reflects MARC’s concern that the … Continue reading MARC affirms Segi Astana’s RM415m ratings, lowers outlook

Jaya Grocer: Two security guards at klia2 branch test positive for Covid-19, outlet closed today until further notice

20 October 2020 Grocery chain Jaya Grocer today announced that its outlet at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) will be closed until further notice, as two security guards there had tested positive for Covid-19. In an announcement on Facebook, Jaya Grocer’s management said it had since last week taken the initiative to test … Continue reading Jaya Grocer: Two security guards at klia2 branch test positive for Covid-19, outlet closed today until further notice

New Arrival Protocols For Sabah Flights Are Running Smoothly Today

15 October 2020 Following the implementation of COVID-19 screening by the Ministry of Health (MOH) for all arrivals from Sabah, Malaysia Airports has been working closely with all relevant agencies to ensure passenger comfort and convenience, while going through this additional measure. We have highlighted our concerns to MOH and other related agencies and have … Continue reading New Arrival Protocols For Sabah Flights Are Running Smoothly Today

More International Airlines Resume Operations At KL International Airport

15 October 2020 Effective COVID-19 safety measures at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (IATA Code: KUL) continue to contribute towards increasing confidence in air travel. In early October 2020, three more international airlines resumed operations at KUL with British Airways (IATA Code: BA) offering four flights a week from KUL to the UK and beyond, Oman … Continue reading More International Airlines Resume Operations At KL International Airport

MAHB’s passenger traffic plunged 69.4% YoY to 3.5m in September

15 October 2020 Malayais Airports Holdings Bhd’s (MAHB) network of airports recorded 3.53 million passenger movements in September, a decline of 69.4% year-on-year (YoY) against 11.55 million travellers in September 2019. Meanwhile, domestic passenger movements in Malaysia were partly driven by pre-election movements and leisure travel to Sabah, Kuching, Langkawi, Penang and Kota Baru, recording … Continue reading MAHB’s passenger traffic plunged 69.4% YoY to 3.5m in September

NSC: Police permit required for inter-state travel in or out of CMCO areas

14 October 2020 Those residing within Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) areas who need to travel across state lines for medical or emergency purposes are required to apply for special permits from the police. Those intending to travel into or pass through a CMCO area for the same purposes will also be required to apply … Continue reading NSC: Police permit required for inter-state travel in or out of CMCO areas