Malaysian aviation regulators approved 53 requests for air traffic rights allocations in the first quarter, with AirAsia accounting for nearly half of the applications. The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) said it approved all applications it received from Malaysian carriers for the three months through March 31, although one was only partially approved. The agency did not disclose which route or airline was covered by the partial approval.  AirAsia submitted 26 of the 53 ...

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