Insolvent MYAirline (MYM, Kuala Lumpur Subang) has had its air operator's certificate (AOC) cancelled by the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM), according to The Edge Malaysia. The financial news site reported that the agency revoked the AOC on April 15, one day after a deadline to find a new investor.

"There will be no more extensions,” CAAM CEO Captain Norazman Mahmud told the outlet. "The AOC was revoked on April 15 under Regulation 193 of the Malaysian Civil Aviation Regulations 2016.”

The aviation authority's open-source data detailing the status of Malaysian AOCs confirms the revocation.

The Malaysian LCC stopped flying in October 2023, and CAAM suspended its AOC several days later. It has since extended that suspension on at least one occasion. The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM), which oversees the financial and commercial aspects of aviation companies, has also axed MYAirline's air service licence (ASL). Any restart of the carrier will now involve a fresh application to both CAAM and MAVCOM for the necessary licences and certification.

ch-aviation has contacted MYAirline for comment.