AirAsia will soon return to Kuala Lumpur’s Subang airport, Capital A CEO, Tony Fernandes confirmed at a media conference. The airline was asked to shift base to Kuala Lumpur International Airport about 21 years ago. Following the move by the Malaysian government to allow scheduled passenger carriers to use narrowbody aircraft as large as B737-800s and A320-200s at the airport, the airline applied to base ten aircraft at the airport and recommence operations. “I always have said that it is a waste of an asset,” Fernandes said, “A big city like Kuala Lumpur should have two airports.” Subang Airport was Kuala Lumpur’s

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