“Low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd wants to opt out of all joint-venture agreements with national carrier Malaysia Airlines (MAS), a source says. AirAsia decided at a board meeting last week that it would seek to terminate its agreements with MAS soon, according to the source, in HERE. (more…)
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Posted in wee choo keong, tagged AAX SdnBhd, AirAsai, AJ, Danny, Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, Domestic Rationalisation, En Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, En Mohammed Rashdan Yusuf, Fajah Baru Builders Sdn Bhd, FAKS, Firefly, Fly Asian Express Sdn Bhd, Khazanah Nasional Bhd, lcct, MAS, QPR, RAS, Rashdan, Rural Air Services, Syarikat Pembinaan Fajah Baru (Rembau) Sdn Bhd, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, Yb Tan Srri Rafidah Aziz, YB Tun Ahmad Badawi on July 25, 2012 | 19 Comments »
Posted in wee choo keong, tagged airasia, AirAsia X Sdn Bhd, Damai Disabled Persons Association, Khazanah Nasional Bhd, KLIA2, lcct, mahb, Murugeswaran, rembau, Syarikat Fajar Baru Builder Sdn Bhd, Tan Sri Bashir, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes on August 21, 2011 | 18 Comments »
Tony can now order MAHB, indirectly Khazanah Nasional Sdn Bhd, what to do. As can be seen in the case of KLIA-2 where the original plan was to build aerobridges for the convenience of the passengers including disabled person (OKU). When Tony snapped his fingers and say no to aerobridges, Tan Sri Bashir of MAHB had to also kow tow. Even Khazanah was in total silence. What a powerful man indeed? No wonder AirAsia had a good record of owing more than RM125 million in airport taxes since its inception until recently and MAHB dared not leave a finger to take actions. Read HERE. The outstanding airport taxes were only paid recently after the matter were brought up in Parliament several times. See how powerful is Tan Sri Tony Fernandes/AirAsia and now Air Asia X Sdn Bhd. By the way the original name of AirAsia X Sdn Bhd, which is a more suitable name for Ministry of Transport and Khazanah, was Fly Asian Express Sdn Bhd, in HERE. (more…)
The Abdullah Badawi government, for some reasons, has been most caring and generous with Air Asia.
The patronage and molly-coddling it receives seems to make the budget airline appears to be the “most favoured son or company.” What it asks for, it gets. It can do no wrong. The budget airline can even avoid forwarding airport tax it has collected on behalf of the authority and get away with it. For lesser folks and companies, when taxes are owed, the offence is liable for a hefty fine and maybe even a jail term. (more…)
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In blogosphere which I have read here and there, the general perception has been that I have been “getting too personal” with AirAsia.
The complaints seem to range from why I continue to “harp” on the issues that I have raised in this blog and in parliament and why I also can’t seem to be able to let go when the people’s money have been sinisterly being abused for this private company. (more…)