More than half of 1,050 arranged for Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart flights were blocked.
The UK government can now deploy drone detection systems nationwide.
The government needs to resolve the issue of unequal PSC collections as there is a lot at stake.
The airline remains defiant despite being sued by the airport authority for failing to pay millions of ringgit in passenger tax.
IDEAS says the new levy of RM20 for those flying to Asean countries and RM40 for other international destinations will affect Malaysia's 'competitive advantage'.
Malaysia may see two million fewer tourists if this levy, ranging from RM20 to RM40, is imposed.
Roger Teoh is not convinced that the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia needs more airports.
Bukit Tambun assemblyman Goh Choon Aik says since it costs a lot of money, this matter should be collectively decided.
Acting chief executive speaks on the future of the industry, his vision for the company, and the challenges, including the government's plans to have private investors lead the way in the development of airports.
Construction of new airports catering to budget airlines could affect connectivity to smaller airports.
Airports Council International director-general Angela Gittens says many in private sector keen on developing airports as they can get returns on their investments.
This is to accommodate aerobatic performance and rehearsals by the air force for one-hour from 9.30am for five days until Aug 31.
The data are from tests conducted on Speedtest.net from January-April 2018 by computers logged onto the airports’ Wi-Fi network.
IATA said that airports and air traffic control systems were not adequately accounting for the annual increase in air passengers.
In a tightening of security inspections, the TSA now requires travellers to separate their food from the rest of their carry-on luggage.
Consumer report by Malaysian Aviation Commission shows this was despite 23% increase in complaints between July and December last year.
The Christmas greeting with wrong spelling appeared at an MRT station along the Downtown Line in republic.
AirAsia group CEO Tony Fernandes shares email from customer which he says justifies his efforts to make flights cheap for the average person.
This will result in fewer visitors to Malaysia.
He says Malaysia Airports is financially strong and doesn't need 'bailout' through PSC hike for international non-Asean travel at klia2.
Its CEO Ignatius Ong says this should be implemented until a price differentiation mechanism is ready.
Beginning next year, passenger service charges from klia2 to non-Asean international destinations will increase from RM50 to RM73.
It is aimed at those passengers changing aircraft or in transit for more than an hour.
The Public Transport Users Association says airports are not providing equal services, and notes that prices of goods and services at airports are too high.