The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) was formally established on 1 March 2016 under the Malaysian Aviation Commission Act 2015 to regulate economic and commercial matters related to civil aviation in Malaysia. Our goal is to promote a commercially viable, consumer-oriented and resilient civil aviation industry which supports the nation’s economic growth.
Read more for a better understanding of the roles of MAVCOM, Ministry of Transport Malaysia (MoT) and Department of Civil Aviation (DCA).
MAVCOM Releases Inaugural Industry Report: Waypoint
Key industry insights are highlighted in MAVCOM’s first industry report – which provides an outlook of the Malaysian aviation industry, along with commentaries on current issues impacting the industry. As the Commission’s inaugural report, a historical review of the state of the industry from 2010 to 2016 was also shared and analysed.
Waypoint focused on five specific areas key to understanding the aviation sector, namely industry outlook, macro overview, industry overview, Malaysian carriers’ overview, and Malaysia connectivity review. MAVCOM forecasts that passenger traffic in 2017 to grow at 7.8-8.8%, which is equivalent to 98.3-99.2 million passengers.
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