That's how much the executive chairman of the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) earns a month, as revealed by the Transport Ministry.
According to Transport Ministry Anthony Loke, the MAVCOM executive chairman’s salary increased by 8% from RM78,300 in the two years since the aviation governing body was established in 2016
Loke revealed that Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has agreed to review the salaries of all chairpersons from statutory bodies, commissions, and government-linked companies
On a related, Loke said the government has no plans of shutting down Mavcom.
"Mavcom will stay for the time being. We have no plans to abolish Mavcom," the minister said.