An international airline that is flying to Kuala Lumpur for a two-week safari to raise money for the Malaysia Airlines 370 missing persons investigation is making a major mistake.
Malaysia Airlines 370 is currently the third-largest commercial airline in the world and is expected to take off in October from the airport in Kuala Lumpur.
But Malaysia Airlines has been plagued by technical problems in recent weeks.
The company is not even flying on its scheduled flight route.
The flight was cancelled after Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2016, according to the airline.
The airline has been working to fix the problem and is working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) to get the plane flying again.
But Malaysia Airlines will have to pay for a flight ticket, baggage, food and other expenses that will be incurred on the flight, according the Associated Press.
And Malaysia Airlines is not the only airline to make this mistake.
Airlines that have operated for decades have also made mistakes, according, the AP.
The airlines are facing increasing pressure to return the flights to normal.
They can’t fly because of technical issues and other reasons.
They also have to find a way to cover the costs for a week-long safari that would include flying to Malaysia and then flying back to the United States to fly home, according ABC News.
The airlines also are facing a backlog of paperwork and contracts.
But the airline is also making a big mistake.
Malaysia Airlines must make the flight.
That means the company must reimburse the airlines.
The airline must reimburse all costs of the flight and any hotel accommodations for the passengers, according a press release from the FAA.
If the airline does not reimburse the Malaysian airlines, the FAA may take legal action to get reimbursement, according FAA spokesman David Lapan.
In addition, Malaysia Airlines could face a penalty of $20 million or more.
The FAA is requesting that the airline reimburse the airline for the costs of operating Malaysia Airlines in a way that is safe, secure and does not violate any federal, state, or local laws.
Malay Airlines also has to reimburse for any additional travel expenses for the company and any passengers on the plane.
The company is also required to reimburse the U.S. government for all legal costs, according an FAA press release.
Malasia Airlines is currently flying from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, where the company will land on March 9.
If Malaysia Airlines fails to pay the airline, the airline will have three days to repay the airline by filing a claim with the FAA, the press release says.