Following the grounding of Malaysia-based startup Rayani Air on compliance grounds this past weekend, stranded passengers have been given assistance by other airlines, including Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. The low-cost carrier (LCC), which started operations in December 2015, had been given prior warnings by Malaysia’s Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) and was grounded on the basis of operational noncompliance over the weekend. Prior to the suspension, DCA issued two warning ...

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