Now Everyone Has To Pay RM3 KLIA2 Airport Fees

AirAsia imposes RM3.00 airport fees per passenger. Just look at the
AirAsia imposes RM3.00 KLIA2 Airport Fees per passenger.  Cebu Pacific Air, Tiger Air and Malindo Air do not charge such airport fees.

 

Updates on 11-5-2014 @ 1:45 pm:  

AirAsia has said that it has to pass on the charge of RM3.00 KLIA2 Airport Fees to passengers because of MAHB’s charges for  aerobridge, check-in system and others.  It was crystal clear that AirAsia was trying hard to pass the blame to MAHB for AirAsia’s own imposition of the KLIA2 Airport Fees of RM3.00.  It would appear that the nation has been burdened with endless problematic AirAsia.  Please read below the view of Malindo Air on the AirAsia’s KLIA2 Airport Fees of RM3.00.

Malindo Air chief executive officer Mr Chandran Ramamurthy told The Rakyat Post that his airline’s prices were all-inclusive and confirmed that the RM3 free, as MAHB had said, was set by AirAsia.  We don’t want to burden our passengers with our operations cost. The airport does not charge RM3 per passenger. AirAsia came up with RM3 based on their own calculations.”  For the full report by The Rakyat Post, please read HERE. 

 

Everyone thought that AirAsia is a very powerful airline when it announced that it will stay put in LCCT despite the completion of KLIA2.  Now Everyone Can Laugh Out Loud at the 180 degree u-turn when AirAsia starts to operate at KLIA2 today.

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Parliamentary Questions For October Session 2011

Updated on 22-9-2011 @ 6:10: Please go to Outsyed The Box to read “7 reasons why Khazanah should not undertake the share swap between MAS and AirAsia by troubleshooter”. It is very interesting to read the seven reasons in the said article. Perhaps YB Tan Sri Nor Mohamad Yacob, the former very powerful Minister of  Finance II under the Badawi’s Administration, Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar, the MD of Khazanah, Tan Sri Md Nor Md Yusof, the then MD of MAS during the famous WAU and the newly crowned Chairman of MAS after the secret share swap, En Mohammed Rahsdan Yusof, co-founder of BinaFikir Sdn Bhd with Tan Sri Azman, Datuk Azman Yahya, the reappointed MAS director of Scomi fame, can learn a thing or two from the said articles. After reading the said article, it is hoped that the abovenamed personalities will see the light and stop the secret share swap and reverse all the recent decisions that were detrimental to MAS/Firefly i.e. cancelation of Firefly’s full load flights during festive season, termination of Firefly’s profitable routes from JB to KK and Kuching, the RM18 sponsorship of home jersey for QPR,  and the most recent termination of MAS profitable route from KLIA to Bandung (Indonesia) and others that have not been exposed. Please read HERE.   

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Soalan-solan untuk jawapan lisan Sessi Parlimen bermula Oktober 2011

Soalan-soalan versi Bahasa Ingeris di bawah.

1. Tuan Wee Choo Keong [Wangsa Maju] meminta Menteri Kewangan menyatakan: Continue reading “Parliamentary Questions For October Session 2011”