KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Rayani Air, Malaysia’s initial Islamic-compliant airline, has been close down, regulators pronounced Monday, months after it was dangling from drifting for breaching aviation regulations.
The conduit launched usually in Dec with Muslim moody organisation wearing a hijab while non-Muslim members were criminialized from wearing divulgence clothing. In-flight dishes were totally halal and ethanol expenditure banned.
But after an “investigation into a administration and reserve audit” of a airline, a Department of Aviation (DCA) pronounced it has revoked Rayani’s Air Operator Certificate.
The DCA launched an exploration into a airline in Apr following a fibre of criticisms from passengers and a supervision over delays and last-minute cancellations.
That month saw pilots of a carrier, that operates dual Boeing 737-400s, also go on strike over delinquent wages, serve deleterious a image.
DCA director-general Azharuddin Abdul Rahman pronounced a supervision took a step to stop Rayani’s operation since “safety and confidence of a aviation attention is of peerless importance.”
The preference comes dual years after Malaysia faced twin aviation disasters.
Malaysia Airlines moody MH17 was shot down in Jul 2014 over rebel-held eastern Ukraine in a barb strike, murdering all 298 people on board.
Australia is heading a hunt for Malaysia Airlines moody MH370 in a remote Indian Ocean, where a Beijing-bound craft is believed to have diverted when it left on Mar 8, 2014, carrying 239 passengers and crew.