Aviation Companies in Malaysia

Aviation companies in Malaysia

Group of Companies

  1. Dviation Group of Companies
  2. Malaysia Aviation Group


Malaysian companies

  • AirAsia Berhad – AirAsia (Malaysia)
  • () – AirAsia X
  • FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd (346606-K) – Firefly
  • Malaysia Airlines Berhad – Malaysia Airlines
  • Malindo Airways Sdn Bhd (1018546-w) – Malindo Air
  • Rayani Air

International companies

  • () – AirAsia Indonesia
  • () – Indonesia AirAsia X
  • () – Thai Airasia
  • () – Thai AirAsia X
  • () – Philippines AirAsia
  • AirAsia (India) Limited – AirAsia India
  • () – AirAsia Japan

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)

  • AAR Landing Gear Services Sdn Bhd
  • Aerospace Technology Systems Corp. Sdn Bhd
  • AgustaWestland (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
  • Airfoil Services Sdn Bhd
  • AIROD Services Sdn Bhd
  • AJ Aeroservices Sdn Bhd
  • BHIC Aeroservices Sdn Bhd
  • CTRM Sdn Bhd
  • Destini Berhad
  • GE Aviation Services (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
  • UTC Aerospace Systems (formerly known as Hamilton Sundstrand)
  • Hawker Pacific (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
  • Honeywell Aerospace Services
  • Interiors Aeroservices (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
  • KOP Aviation Sdn Bhd
  • Layang-layang Aerospace Sdn Bhd
  • MAS Aerospace Engineering
  • MHS Aviation Berhad
  • Mycopter Aviation Services Sdn Bhd
  • Nusantara Aviation Services Sdn Bhd
  • Sepang Aircraft Engineering Sdn Bhd (website: http://www.sepangaircraft.com/)
  • Raya Airways Sdn Bhd @ Transmile Air Services Sdn Bhd
  • SAR Helicopters Sdn Bhd
  • Scandinavian Avionics (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
  • SME Aerospace Sdn Bhd
  • Solid Partners Sdn Bhd
  • SR Aviation Sdn Bhd
  • Systematic Aviation Services Sdn Bhd
  • Weststar Aviation Services Sdn Bhd
  • Yasmin Wings Sdn Bhd
  • Zetro Aerospace Corporation Sdn Bhd

Source: iluvaviation


  • D’viation

GST on Public Transport Services in Malaysia

Effective April 1st 2015, Malaysian Government through Royal Malaysian Customs Department, RMCD (Jabatan Kastam Diraja Malaysia, JKDM) will charge Goods and Services Tax (GST) for most products and services offered.

Question: Will there be any GST charge on public transport services?

Answer: No, there will be no GST incurred on public transport services.

Public transport services in Malaysia include KTM Komuter, ETS, KLIA Transit, KLIA Ekspres, taxi and bus services.

Exception: Air transport services

GST will be charged for the following:

  1. Malaysian carrier, domestic flights
  2. Malaysian carrier, international-bound flights from Malaysia

Foreign carriers are not subjected to GST.

Rice with Beef in Black Sauce – AirAsia Inflight Meal

AirAsia is best known for its scrumptious inflight meals. Available for purchase at an additional price, flyers can purchase the meal of their choice at a reasonable price. In this post, we would like to share one of our favourite meal on AirAsia, Rice with Beef in Black Sauce.

Rice with Beef in Black Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Rice with Beef in Black Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

This is the meal, packed. You will need to wait for about 20 minutes for them to prepare this meal.

Rice with Beef in Black Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Rice with Beef in Black Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

The packaging looks inviting, isn’t it?

Rice with Beef in Black Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Rice with Beef in Black Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

One of our favourite feature is their attempt in keeping their customers informed – nutritionally. Nutritional value for most meals are written on the package. This helps the customers to be aware of their nutrition consumption, especially those who are being mindful of their calorie consumption.

Rice with Beef in Black Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Rice with Beef in Black Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

There is nothing else in the meal, just plain white rice and beef in black sauce. If you are not that into vegetables and would like to have just rice and meat, this is definitely a must-try.

No-Go for Malaysian First Flying Car Test Flight

KUALA LUMPUR, 20 November 2019: The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia has issued a statement on its Facebook Page barring a scheduled drone flight from taking place. The Chinese-made drone is purported to be the first flying car for Malaysia. The statement is as follows:



PUTRAJAYA – The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) would like to announce that the planned test flight of UAS E-Hang 216 (EH216) scheduled for 21st November 2019 has not been authorized by CAAM.

The location of the test flight at the UNIKL MIAT Hangar Subang is less than 200 meters away from commercial airline and helicopter traffic and clearly within the Subang Airport Terminal Control Zone that is under strict supervision by Air Traffic Control.

In addition to this, the EH216 was only issued a Special Flight Permit (SFP) by its State of Design (Civil Aviation Administration of China) which is limited to conduct Research & Development Flights in Grand World Science Park, Guangzhou.

CAAM is also carrying out an investigation into the unauthorized demonstration flight involving an EH216 on 15th November 2019 at the same area within Subang Airport.

As much as CAAM supports the development of the aerospace industry in Malaysia, test and demonstration flights must be carried out in accordance with the Malaysian Civil Aviation Regulation 2016 (MCAR 2016) to ensure safety.

CAAM would also like to state that we are open to consider the request for a test flight of the EH216 at an appropriate location, and with the support of the aircraft’s State of Design.

COVID-19 Movement Control Order: Flight Departure Status

PUTRAJAYA, 16 March 2020: The Malaysian Government has announced a Movement Control Order, which will be in effect from 18 March 2020 to 31 March 2020.

Nevertheless, major international airports across the country such as KLIA and Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI) have witnessed less number of passengers to to some existing travel restrictions.

COVID-19 Movement Control Order: How Travellers Are Affected

Malaysians departing out of Malaysia: All Malaysians are barred from exiting the country, regardless of the reasons. The Malaysians working in Singapore are also affected by the ban.

Malaysians returning to Malaysia from overseas: There is no restriction for them.

Foreigners entering Malaysia: All foreigners are barred from entering Malaysia throughout the MCO period, except those who are working in essential services.

Foreigners exiting Malaysia: Foreigners are allowed to exit from Malaysia as long as they are permitted to be onboard airplanes and receive immigration clearance.

Passengers are advised to check with Malaysian Ministry of Health for more information about COVID-19. More information about COVID-19 Movement Control Order can be found on Majlis Keselamatan Negara (National Security Council) Facebook page.