LANGKAWI, Feb 9 ― More than 200 passengers stranded at the Langkawi International Airport after a Boeing 737 aircraft of Rayani Air developed technical problems.
Flight RN180 scheduled for the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) at 11.10am was not allowed to depart due to the technical problems.
A Rayani Air Customer Service officer told Bernama that the problems were still unidentified.
“I was made to understand that the engineering division is still waiting for the replacement parts to fix the aircraft,” said the officer, who declined to reveal his name.
He said the affected passengers were given a choice whether to use ferry and bus services provided by the Rayani Air back to Kuala Lumpur or to get their air fares refunded. ― Bernama
Source from The Malaymail Online