AirAsia has raised the stakes in its dispute with the operator of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), demanding compensation from the airport over the condition of the apron around the terminal used by the carrier. The low-cost carrier has sent a letter to Malaysia Airports seeking RM409 million ($107.1 million) due to loss and damages incurred while operating from the relatively new terminal 2 (KLIA2). Problems with ground stability have caused subsidence and water ponding in some ...

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