To help Mr Mueller’s Grand Scheme to “Collaborate with AirAsia – Part 2

The babies are also collaborating!

The little napoleons in Khazanah love COLLABORATION/CCF so are the babies!

 

In PART 1 we stopped at the sorry state of Rural Air Service (RAS) and Fly Asian Express Sdn Bhd (now AirAsia X) where six aircraft were grounded due to un-airworthiness and another one was cannibalised for spare parts, and how MAS was left to pickup the pieces thereafter. Continue reading

To help Mr Mueller’s Grand Scheme to “Collaborate with AirAsia” – Part 1

Left: Mr Christoph Mueller, CEO of MAS Right: Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia Group.  Both are great CEO of all times. Great men think alike!

Left: Mr Christoph Mueller, CEO of MAS Right: Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia Group. Both are great CEOs of all times. Great men think alike and also sing the same tune at the right time!

 

The little napoleons in Khazanah would like us to believe that MAS employees have been gifted with Mr Christoph Mueller as their CEO. Continue reading

Mr Christoph Mueller: Beware of collaboration in any form with AirAsia

 

In September 2013, AirAsia A320 undergoing maintenance works in MAS Hangar No: 5 in KLIA

In September 2013, AirAsia A320 undergoing maintenance works in MAS Hangar No: 5 in KLIA. In May 2012 Tony Fernandes said AirAsia will not send its aircraft to MAS for maintenance. 

 

AirAsia Bhd, which is in talks with Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAHB) on possible collaborations in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) is open to collaborate with the national carrier in other areas, said its group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.  For full report please read HERE. Continue reading

President Barack Obama Launching AirAsia X Flight To Honolulu?

Hopefully when AirAsia goes to Honolulu & Pattaya in a few months time, it will not be forced to use aerobridge as it is not part of its business model.

Hopefully when AirAsia goes to Honolulu & Pattaya in a few months time, it will not be forced to use aerobridge as it is not part of its business model. AirAsia will only use mobile stairs as shown in the picture. Honolulu & Pattaya airports please get ready to accommodate.

 

Updates @ 4:45 pm on 20-5-2015:  Another AirAsia’s route expansion to Kaoshiung, Taiwan, commencing on 16-7-2015. It looks like AirAsia is on an expansion spree. Congratulation! HERE.

 Updates @ 2:35 pm on 20-5-2015:  AirAsia had now denied a report that it is selling its Big Loyalty Programe, HERE. Congratulations! 

Of late, we hear so much of AirAsia’s great expansion plans.  As Malaysians, we can’t help but to feel very proud about it because no other airlines in the world could match its fantastic business model and achievements without any help from the government – so we were told. Continue reading

Why Liow & MAHB encouraged AirAsia to owe RM50 million PSC/Airport Tax?

 

YB Datuk Liow Tiong Lai, the MCA Minisiter of Traqnsport

YB Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, the MCA Minister of Transport. He is encouraging AirAsia to owe PSC/Airport Tax debt of more than RM50 million by not taking the necessary actions.

 

Reliable sources have confirmed that AirAsia owed Passengers Service Charge (PSC) (formerly known as ‘Airport Tax’) of more than RM50 million to Malaysia Airport Holding Bhd (MAHB).

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DCA Should Investigate “System Malfunctioning” of AirAsia X

The wreckage of the Airasia X unauthorized flight 8501.

The wreckage of the AirAsia X unauthorized flight QZ 8501.

 

It has been reported that “A system malfunction forced the pilots of an AirAsia X flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jeddah to abort the flight and return to Malaysia 8-2-2015, the AirAsia Group’s CEO said. Continue reading

Union Calls Upon Australian Govt To Suspend All AirAsia Flights

The wreckage of the unauthorised AirAsia's flight QZ8501.

The wreckage of the unauthorised AirAsia’s flight QZ8501 from Surabaya to Singapore. 162 innocent lives have been killed as a result of AirAsia’s “Administrative Negligence”.  

 

On 3-2-2015 the Transport Workers’ Union is calling on the federal government to suspend all AirAsia Indonesia flights in Australia in the wake of the crash of flight QZ8501.

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