PSC dispute: Let the courts decide

5 February 2019 After years of being at loggerheads, Malaysia’s dominant airport operator and Asia’s biggest budget airline group are taking their airport tax dispute to court for the first time. The airport tax, or passenger service charge (PSC), has been a point of contention between Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and AirAsia group for … Continue reading PSC dispute: Let the courts decide

MAHB says it does not set, fix or control passenger service charges (PSC)

3 February 2019 Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) said that it does not set, fix or control passenger service charges (PSC), in response to civil suits between its subsidiary Malaysia Airports (Sepang) Sdn Bhd and AirAsia over hundreds of millions of ringgit in outstanding PSC. The airport operator said PSC partially covers the operating, improvement … Continue reading MAHB says it does not set, fix or control passenger service charges (PSC)

EPF urges AirAsia, MAHB to settle disputes through negotiations

2 February 2019 Employees Provident Fund (EPF), a common major shareholder in AirAsia Group Bhd and Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd, has asked both companies to settle their differences without engaging in a court battle. Citing sources, The Edge reported that EPF had written to both parties to resolve their dispute through negotiations as prolonged litigation … Continue reading EPF urges AirAsia, MAHB to settle disputes through negotiations