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Non-scheduled services (Passenger and Cargo)

Domestic Carrier

Any carrier who intends to exercise the permit to carry passenger, cargo and/or mail as per stipulated in the Air Services Permit (ASP) on both domestic and international destinations shall apply to the Commission via the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) by filing their application before it commence services.

Applicants are permitted to apply to the Malaysian Aviation Commission via the DCA for a filing of operations and to the National Slot Allocation Malaysia for slot allocation at the same time. However, the applicant shall only be entitled to operate the proposed non-scheduled services after receiving the necessary approval from the Commission.

Application for overflight and other non-scheduled services that is not for hire and reward which among others may include operation for medical purposes, search and rescue, aerial mapping, agricultural activities, scientific activities and sports activities shall be submitted to the DCA for approval (not MAVCOM).

Filing for Non-Scheduled Services Approval

Only a valid Air Services Permit (ASP) holder shall be eligible to file for non-scheduled operations. To file for non-scheduled services, download this form, follow the instruction outlined in the form and submit to MAVCOM via the DCA.

The applicant is responsible in obtaining the necessary approvals from the destination State(s) (if it is other than Malaysia). The Commission shall not be responsible shall the applicant fail to receive the necessary approvals to operate the proposed services, from the destination State(s).

An application for non-scheduled services will require a minimum of seven (7) days to process and the Commission will only initiate the evaluation process of a filing application upon receipt of a complete submission from the DCA. An incomplete application may result in delay in processing and possible rejection.

Foreign Carrier

Any carrier who intends to carry passenger, cargo and/or mail from any points outside Malaysia to any points in Malaysia and vice versa on non-scheduled basis shall apply to the Commission via the DCA by filing their application before it commence services.

Applicant is not permitted to carry out selected operations as follows:

  • carry out any passenger, cargo and/or mail from Malaysia that differs from the passenger / cargo manifest;
  • uplift any cargo and/or mail from Malaysia to any points beyond Malaysia unless they are able to provide a no-objection letter from Malaysian ASL and ASP (cargo) operators;
  • uplift any passenger, cargo and/or mail within points in Malaysia and
  • uplift any passenger, cargo and/or mail on the positioning sector.

Applicants are permitted to apply to the Malaysian Aviation Commission via the DCA for an application for operations and to the National Slot Allocation Malaysia for slot allocation at the same time. However, the applicant shall only be entitled to operate the proposed non-scheduled services after receiving the necessary approval from the Commission.

Application for overflight and other Non-Scheduled services that is not for hire and reward which among others may include operation for medical purposes, search and rescue, aerial mapping, agricultural activities, scientific activities and sports activities shall be submitted to the DCA (not MAVCOM).

Filing for Non-Scheduled Service Approval

Only a valid ASL/ASP and/or Air Operator Certificate (AOC) holder shall be eligible to file an application for approval for non-scheduled operations under this category. To file for non-scheduled services, download this form, follow the instruction outline in the form and submit to MAVCOM via the DCA.

The applicant is responsible in obtaining the necessary approval from the originating State(s) to commence this operation. Failure in providing sufficient prove of the approvals received from the originating State(s) may result in rejection of this application.

An application for non-scheduled services will require a minimum of seven (7) days to process and the Commission will only initiate the evaluation process of a filing application upon receipt of a complete submission from the DCA. An incomplete application may result in delay in processing and possible rejection.