KOTA KINABALU: Rural air service provider Fly Asia Xpress (FAX) has revised its timetable, with reduced flight frequency to certain locations.
This comes in the wake of criticisms against the airline, whose services have been described as unreliable and affected rural travel and tourism in Sabah and Sarawak.
In a statement here, the company said the new schedule took effect from June 16 and would be in force until Aug 31.
Malaysia Airlines subsidiary MASWings is due to take over the rural air service from Oct 1.
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