Everyone Can See The Chairman of PAC At Work – Part 3

The extremely learned YB Datuk Nur Jazlan, Chairman of PAC and former Chairman of UDA

The extremely learned YB Datuk Nur Jazlan, Chairman of PAC and former Chairman of UDA

 

Yours truly has been reliably informed that only the extremely learned and independent Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), YB Datuk Nur Jazlan, and YB Tony Pua, who was the CEO of a Cyber Village Holdings Ltd in Singapore, were dominating in the PAC meeting held on 28-4-2014.  It must be noted that YB Tony Pua has been known to have been following up on issues raised by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes on KLIA2 especially on the so-called cost overrun and delay. Continue reading

Now Everyone Can See The Spin Dr At Work

When AirAsia & AirAsia X alleged that KLIA2 is unsafe, BK Sidhu and the Star gave massive publicities.

When AirAsia & AirAsia X alleged that KLIA2 is unsafe, BK Sidhu and the Star gave massive publicities. When ICAO gave KLIA2 a clean bill of health to KLIA2 Star gave a one liner on the allegations by AirAsia which has been underlined in red for easy reference.

 

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has verified that KLIA2 is structurally in compliance with its requirements and safety standards.

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AirAsia’s X’mas Big Sale!

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. Continue reading