Malindo Air, a Malaysian-based regional airline, has been formally rebranded as Batik Air. The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) has granted a new Air Operators Certificate (AOC) to Malindo Airways to do enterprise as Batik Air.
The rebranding train is according to the Lion Group’s objective to determine a frequent identification for the total service airways throughout the group. With this approval in place, Batik Air now will have the ability to conduct improved enterprise for seamless transfers, leveraging Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) as a transit hub for the Lion Group of Airlines.
“With the rebranding exercise and the reopening of the borders taking place in the region, we are very excited for the opportunities presented to us for the potential growth of our airline and with the new brand, we will be able to offer fresh and new services,” stated Capt. Mushafiz Bin Mustafa Bakri, CEO, Batik Air. The train will probably be performed in phases and Batik Air will talk to its passengers and companions progressively in the course of the rollout.
With the reopening of borders and the gradual enchancment within the demand for journey, Batik Air will probably be including a variety of B737 plane to its current fleet to supply companies to the markets operated previous to the outbreak of the pandemic.