The airline is accused of 'overstepping boundaries' by putting out misleading articles on its online portal.
The letter to amicably resolve their ongoing dispute on passenger service charges was sent by the airline’s lawyers.
It says the PSC is under the purview of independent regulators Mavcom.
COMMENT | For MAHB and the police, you have done damage to yourselves and are now trying to repair or contain that damage.
UPDATED 4.35PM | A tribunal decision to set aside the fine for flouting competition guideline was tainted with error, judge rules.
The airline says the raise is 'unjustified' and that MAHB is 'enriching itself further'.
The low-cost terminal offers far lower levels of service to passengers, compared to full-service KLIA, the airline says.
The low-budget airline, which already flies to Vietnam, signs a memorandum with Thien Minh Travel Joint Stock Company.
The were fined RM160,000 each, which was paid in October and November.
PD POLLS | Anwar comes to the defence of the AirAsia boss, saying 'he is good at business, but not politics'.
The collapse of the US$100m deal comes as M'sia-China relations are being tested.
PENANG DUN | Guan Eng says federal gov't looking to work with Air Asia for airport expansion project
PARLIAMENT | The transport minister says AirAsia’s proposal to refurbish T2 of KK airport will be examined 'from technical viewpoint'.
Staff found the lifeless body of the newborn onboard as they were preparing for landing, the airline says.
'We built a huge business for Malaysia Airports,' adds AirAsia boss.
It says the gov't along with MAHB have played crucial roles as enablers by fully supporting low-cost travel.
Fernandes believes economic growth would enable the government to handle the RM1 trillion debt.
It's trustee is one of the parties named by investigators, along with AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes.
This comes after Mavcom defends its decision to reject AirAsia’s application to add more flights on two routes.
Tony Fernandes says airline passengers have not been charged fairly as facilities vary between KLIA and KLIA2.
The ariline says it will defend itself to the fullest extent of the law.
The airline's shares are at a six-month low in the wake of India federal police case.
UPDATED 2.15PM | It points at a former CEO and says it initiated criminal proceedings against the latter two years ago.
UPDATED 7.47PM | The case against the AirAsia CEO relates to the granting of an aviation licence in India.
Tony Fernandes thinks that dealing with Mavcom is 'nothing short of torture.'
Airlines states that Fernandes' 'under pressure' video is fully supported by facts and evidence.