As travel came to a stall over the course of the pandemic, now is a more important time than ever to rejuvenate, reconnect, and explore an endless horizon. MYAirline couldn’t have entered the market at a better time when people are in need to fly with a customer-centered airline that is equipped with the capabilities to do so with customer safety and satisfaction in mind.
Malaysia’s newest low-cost carrier (LCC), MyAirline is set to take off very soon with the sale of its flight tickets to be launched after secured its full air service licence (ASL) from aviation regulator Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom). The new airline is slated to commence operations in December. MYAirline’s mission is to be the preferred and trusted airline providing safe, enjoyable, and affordable air travel while innovating through technological agility.
The low-cost airline is founded by airline veteran Rayner Teo, who previously hailed from AirAsia and Thai Vietjet Air. Teo said the idea to start MYAirline came in 2020, when Malaysia was plunged in the depths of the coronavirus pandemic. Teo also said the airline intends to serve key peninsular routes from its Kuala Lumpur hub. The airline has a fleet of Airbus A320s, and the fleet will be growing to 50 aircraft within the next five years.