MAVCOM is currently developing a cost-based Aeronautical Charges Framework which shall serve as the long-term methodology for setting airport charges for all commercial airports in Malaysia. MAVCOM had announced the plan to develop this framework to the industry in August 2017 and the data gathering process has already commenced. This Information Paper is intended to provide an overview of the concept of the framework. MAVCOM welcomes any feedback and comments on this Information Paper. The deadline for submission of feedback is by 9 March 2018.
Consultation on Draft Guidelines on Aviation Service Market Definition, Anti-Competitive Agreements and Abuse of Dominant Position (closed)
From 1 March 2016 onwards, aviation services are governed exclusively by competition law as provided for in the Malaysian Aviation Commission Act 2015, particularly Part VII (Competition) of the Act. As the competition law authority for aviation services, MAVCOM will issue Guidelines in the exercise of its power under section 65 of the Act to explain the analysis used and factors considered by MAVCOM in implementing Part VII of the Act.
MAVCOM welcomes any written feedback and comments on the draft Guidelines on Aviation Service Market Definition, Anti-Competitive Agreements and Abuse of Dominant Position. Feedback and comments on the draft Guidelines should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 January 2018.
MAVCOM had announced a revision of the Passenger Service Charges (“PSC”) in October 2016 with the PSC and newly-introduced ASEAN PSC being equalised nationwide, with the only differentiated long-haul PSC between KLIA and klia2 planned to be equalised within one year. MAVCOM now plans to equalise the long-haul PSC as part of the move towards a best-practices aeronautical charges framework. MAVCOM has also commenced the development of a long-term aeronautical charges methodology which will adhere to global best practices in the field of aeronautical price setting. MAVCOM welcomes any feedback and comments on this Consultancy Paper. The deadline for submission of feedback is by 15 September 2017.
Consultation Paper on Regulatory Approach towards Quality of Service At Airports in Malaysia (closed)
MAVCOM is presently developing a Quality of Service (QoS) scheme to improve the service levels of Malaysian airports. This Consultation Paper outlines the details of the scheme and any feedback and comments are welcomed. The deadline for submission of feedback is by 28 July 2017.