Day 8 of the missing MAS MH 370

The missing MH 370
The missing MH 370

Day 2 to 7 have been filled with conflicting statements from DCA chief and Group CEO of MAS. There were more questions than answers during these agonising 5 days. Continue reading “Day 8 of the missing MAS MH 370”

MH 370 went missing at 1:30 am or 2:40 am?

En Ahmad Jauhari making his first announcement at 12 noon on 8-3-2014.
En Ahmad Jauhari making his first announcement at 12 noon on 8-3-2014. 2nd left: Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, DCA Chief, Dr Hugh Dunleavy, Director of Commercial MAS.

It took MAS 10 hours to hold a press conference to announce that MH 370 was missing.  MAS could have easily ascertained the status of MH 370 when it did not arrive in Beijing at 6:30 am 8-3-2014 as scheduled.  Further, MH 730 has fuel to fly up to about 8:30 am.  By 9:00 am, if not earlier, MAS should have been able to make a public announcement that MH 370 was missing but MAS chose to drag its feet until 12 noon. Continue reading “MH 370 went missing at 1:30 am or 2:40 am?”

AJ gave Martin Barrow the boot?

Mr Martin Gilbert Barrow. The highest qualification he has held was a GCE “A” Level.

Rumor has it that the services of Mr Martin Gilbert Barrow, who was appointed as Advisor after the MAS-AirAsia share swap, was terminated last week by En Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (AJ), the CEO of MAS . Can someone confirm this? Continue reading “AJ gave Martin Barrow the boot?”

AirAsia shouldn’t delay to terminate all its agreements with MAS

It is only fair that AAX should also return its Sydney route to MAS. Pic: 4th from left, YB Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, the chairman of AAX Sdn Bhd

“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. Continue reading “AirAsia shouldn’t delay to terminate all its agreements with MAS”