As strategy vulnerability adds to concerns with respect to overcapacity, a difficult yield condition and unpredictable outside trade and raw petroleum showcase, investigators from Maybank Kim Eng have kept up a negative viewpoint for Malaysia's aeronautics area. The Malaysian government as of late reported that traveler administration charge (PSC) rates for global flights from all air terminals with the exception of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) will return to 2018 levels beginning October 1. At these air terminals, travelers on flights to nations past those in ASEAN will presently need to pay 50 ringgit, down from 73 ringgit already. This was finished with the point is to spike traffic development and balance the effect of the Departure Levy that happened on September 1. Travelers and carriers all things considered will almost certainly spare 200 million ringgit for each annum. In the meantime, experts said that the news is unbiased from a monetary stance for Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), however as a general rule MAHB is probably going to be disillusioned as air terminals will in general endure over the more drawn out term when there is arrangement vulnerability. While considering this, the activity implies that there would be a decrease of 200 million ringgit for each annum in PSC income. All things considered, the administration would get only 200 million ringgit for each annum in income from takeoff related duties, which experts said would be inadequate for the legislature to improve the business in a significant manner. Examiners said that this raises worries on strategy vulnerability. This is as the Malaysian government has since a long time ago mooted to make the business self-financing, however now is by all accounts for a customer based measure by keeping charges low. While the lower PSC is steady for traveler traffic development, experts said that it additionally undermines industry change measures. This is on the grounds that for as far back as two years, the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) has connected with the business partners to execute the Regulated Asset Base (RAB) structure starting 2020, which will help decide air terminal charges.