flymojo was a Malaysian start-up that planned to commence operations in 2016 from its primary hub at Johor Bahru Senai International Airport. The carrier also planned to maintain a secondary hub at Sabah's Kota Kinabalu Airport. From these two bases, flymojo intended to operate a route network between the Malay Peninsula, Sabah and Sarawak as well as provide ASEAN-focussed regional services. On 17-Mar-2015, the privately-owned carrier signed an LoI for the purchase of 20 Bombardier CS100 (rebranded as Airbus A220-100) aircraft plus options for 20 more. It was expected to commence operations in 1Q2016, however its AOC expired on 30-May-2016 with no request for an extension.
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