AirAsia X Melbourne to Bali Route Without Approval

Now Everyone Can Still Buy Tickets For Flight Without Approval From Aviation Authority.
Now Everyone Can Buy Tickets For Flight Without Approval From Aviation Authorities.

 Updates at 3:00 pm on 21-1-2015:  The Indonesian Minister of Transport, Ignasius Jonan told BBC today that:  “Now route permits must be obtained four months before the flight and airlines will not be allowed to sell tickets before that.”, HERE.  In the light of this statement, lets see whether AirAsia will remove the Melbourne – Bali route from its booking engine HEREContinue reading “AirAsia X Melbourne to Bali Route Without Approval”

Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements

AirAsia advertisement on 17-12-2012 in The Star fro the period from 7 January to 31 March 2013. Indicated by arrow sign.
AirAsia’s advertisement on 17-12-2012 in The Star for the period from 4 January to 31 March 2013.

Thank you YB Datuk Ismail Sabri, the MInister of Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism, for taking immediate actions to stop AirAsia from putting up more misleading advertisements in The Star. Hence, we saw the sudden change of the AirAsia’s promotional period to 31 March 2013 as could be seen from the above. Continue reading “Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements”

14-03-2012 Questions Time: MYCC is investigating into MAS-AirAsia share swap & CCF

Updates @ 6:50 pm on 15-3-2011: blue sky has informed yours truly that Puan Nor Zalida Ahmad is the niece of Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, the Deputy CEO of AirAsia and after the secret MAS AirAsia share swap was inked by Tan Sri Mokhtar he was appointed  a director of MAS. By the way, she is also the sister of Zaman, AirAsia Customer Experience an Technology Officer.   

After the said secret share swap, Puan Nor Zalida Ahmad was employed by MAS. In a short span of time she was promoted to be the Head, strategic communication of MAS. Another recruit from AirAsia. Hopefully it was not coincidental again that she is one of the local individuals that have been handpicked by PlaneConsult, whose CEO, Conor McCarthy again by coincidence is also the founder and director of AirAsia Bhd. It seems that PlaneConsult has the only capability of identifying “good and capable” individuals from AirAsia! WHY? WHY? WHY? Mr YAB PM please take immediate actions before it is too late!

Updates @ 12:55 pm on 15-3-2012: MAS union officials and members of staff are in Parliament House to distribute letter to YAB PM to the PAS MPs. Syabas! It is high time that all the MAS unions and MAS staff must all stand up against the ill thought out policies and decisions made by AJ and Rashdan, Amok’s crony and ex-business partner in BinaFikir Sdn Bhd. Of course, En Rozman Omar, the new CFO of MAS, and En Azhari Dhalan, the new Head for MAS Engineering, who are both from AirAsia, are included. Now Rashdan is hiding behind the MAS board for all the decisions he has made. Presumably the arbitrary decision to pay RM18 million to sponsor QPR and the appointment of the mat salleh consultant firm, PlaneConsult, were also not his but MAS Board in HERE. Grow up crony, if you cannot stand the heat please leave the kitchen! MAS does not need its top executive to appoint mat salleh consultant to think for them!  

Puan Nor Zalida Ahmad, Acting Head, strategic communications of MAS wrote a letter to the Star today in an attempt to defend Amok’s crony in HERE. Is Puan Nor Zalida Ahmad related to any of the top guy in MAS or AirAsia?  Can anyone help? 

YB Tuan Wee Choo Keong [Wangsa Maju]meminta Menteri Hal Ehwal Pengguna menyatakan status siasatan oleh MYCC terhadap pertukaran saham di antara MAS-AirAsia / CCF, yang jelas Continue reading “14-03-2012 Questions Time: MYCC is investigating into MAS-AirAsia share swap & CCF”

Since 2004 there were complaints of “Misleading Pricing” in AirAsia’s website!

Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, the CEO of AirAsia

In the story of Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) having filed a suit against AirAsia for its misleading pricing in its website, AFP has stated that AirAsia could not be reached for comment. This was most unusual by AirAsia’s standard. Read in HERE. However, a few days later, AirAsia has responded with a press release stating that “… we took corrective action and are focussed on ensuring that our customers have all relevant information on our fares…” For full report please read in  HERE Well, yours truly leave it to the readers to judge whether this is true.  Continue reading “Since 2004 there were complaints of “Misleading Pricing” in AirAsia’s website!”