AirAsia has filed a legal challenge in an attempt to force Malaysian regulators to rule on long-running disputes between the airline and Kuala Lumpur airport operator Malaysia Airports. The dispute relates to the passenger service charge (PSC), and airline accusations of poor service levels at Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s Terminal 2 (KLIA2). AirAsia and the airport have filed charges against each other on these issues, with the airline refusing to collect the increased PSC, ...

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