Dozens of passengers remained stranded on Thursday October 12 at the terminal of Kuala Lumpur airport (Malaysia), after the sudden suspension of operations of the low-cost airline MyAirline the same day. The airline would have had difficulty fighting the supremacy of the low-cost airline, AirAsia
MyAirline started in December 2022
The airline announced on Facebook and then other social networks that its operations had been temporarily suspended with immediate effect due to significant financial pressures.
Passengers scheduled to board early morning flights to various locations – including Bangkok, Kuching and Penang – at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) terminal were greeted by closed counters.
A sudden stop
Many passengers complained about the short notice given before the airline suspended its flight operations, with one user of would never open.
Those affected by the canceled flights were reportedly asked to avoid going to the airport unless they made other travel plans.
MYAirline made no mention of refunds, but Mavcom said Thursday the airline was still responsible for compensating customers.