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AirAsia's advertisement for tickets sale well after 31 March 2013 (see parts marked with arrow)

AirAsia’s ads for tickets sale well after 31 March 2013 (see parts marked with arrow). This advertisement appeared in the Star on 28-11-2012. Is this advertisement misleading?

17-12-2012 @6:30 pm: Yours truly has been informed by YB Datuk Ismail Sabri, Minister of Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism, that his Ministry has taken the necessary actions to stop AirAsia  from selling of tickets beyond 31 March 2013 as AirAsia’s AOC is only valid until 31 March 2013.

It has been widely reported in the newspapers recently that the Air Operation Certificate (AOC) of AirAsia has been granted by Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) for a six month period until March 31, 2013 due to failure to meet the regulatory requirement as reported in HERE. Normally, OAC is granted to an airline for a two years period. Up to this date, the said press report by the Sun Daily and New Strait Times have not been refuted by the management of AirAsia or denied by Minister of Transport or DCA. (more…)

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AirAsia granted 6 months to operate flights (more…)

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En Azhari Mohd Dahlan, "A HIGHLY EXPERIENCED ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL WITH A SOUND KNOWLEDGE OF THE AVIATION INDUSTRY" according to the Star report.

Azhari Mohd Dahlan (Azhari), a highly experienced engineering professional with a sound knowledge of the aviation industry, joins MAS Aerospace Engineering (MAE) as chief executive officer effective Feb 1, 2012.” in The Star HERE. (more…)

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Updated @ 4:45 pm 8-12-2011 from Kuching: Please read these two interesting articles “Did Danny Yusof nailed BN’s Coffin in Selangor” by ABITW, in HERE and “Now everybody can get screwed” by BigDog in HERE.

Di bawah adalah sebahagian daripada teks ucapan di Parlimen pada 18 Oktober, 2011 dari Hansard.  (more…)

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Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar, Tan Sri Md Nor Md Yusof, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, En Mohammed Rashdan Yusof

“Tan Sri Tony Fernandes has denied that AirAsia benefited from the RM249 mil in Government subsidies paid to Fly Asian Xpress (FAX) for rural air service operations four years ago. Fernandes said that although the shareholders of FAX were similar to AirAsia, they ended up losing almost RM5 mil of shareholder capital owing to the wind-up costs of FAX.” Read HERE for full report. Was the report the truth of the situation or another spin by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes?  (more…)

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One not telling the truth and the other condoning it!

Updated: 25-10-2011 Please read the article quoted from Business Time report dated 21-7-2006AirAsia not the ‘golden child’. You will see from this report how AirAsia got all the helps (i.e. AirAsia was given 91 trunk routes and etc) from the Badawi’s Administration under the so-called “domestic air rationalisation exercise” and AirAsia grew at the expense of MAS.

Below was what Tan Sri Tony Fernandes had been reported to have said as reported by the Star on 26-4-2007 when the then Minister of Transport, Datuk Chan Kong Choy, announced that FAX/AirAsia X Sdn Bhd had to return the Rural Air Services (RAS) in Sabah and Sarawak to MAS.

“Fernandes said FAX would be launching AirAsia Long Haul operations soon, and that it would be too distracting to operate turbo-propeller aircraft as well.” (more…)

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Dr Wafi Nazrin Tan Sri Abdul Hamid, Head of Legal / Risk Department of MAS.

Dr Wafi Nazrin Tan Sri Abdul Hamid, the Head of Legal and Risk Department of MAS and an expert in competition law, has given a very good advice to the members staff of MAS on the MAS – AirAsia’s “Collaborative Frameworks”. Please read his e-mail and the reply from one of the MAS unions below. Read Here for related article. (more…)

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