Malaysia’s newest airline, Rayani Air, is to face an investigation by Malaysia’s Ministry of Transport (MoT) following procedural problems with boarding security and on-time compliance. Following a posting on social media by Malaysian MP Lau Weng San, it emerged that the three-month-old airline had used handwritten boarding passes on a recent Kuching, Sarawak-Kuala Lumpur flight. Malaysian Transport Minister—L  Liow Tiong Lai said the use of handwritten boarding ...

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