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Old October 14th, 2014, 05:32 PM   #461
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Originally Posted by ddes View Post
All Southeast Asian LCC franchises do this anyway. It's just that ASEAN governments are willing to turn a blind eye to the technicalities of ownership in order to accelerate single economic blog ideals.

There's no loss to KL here. Foreign finance without the need to issue PSO subsidies.
For me the disturbing thing is NADI's stature of being a major defense contractor. They should have done more to contribute to Malindo's growth.
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For me the disturbing thing is NADI's stature of being a major defense contractor. They should have done more to contribute to Malindo's growth.
I agree, but I tend to believe there is interference from the other government ministries supporting MAS. It was the same when Temasek Holdings briefly held equal percentage stakes in Tigerair and Jetstar Asia, the latter often complained that Temasek was inhibiting their growth. It was believed that this controlled growth was one of the several factors that killed AirAsia Singapore.
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Old October 17th, 2014, 11:39 AM   #463
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Malindo starts flight to JB, Medan from Ipoh today
17 OCTOBER 2014 @ 3:41 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s hybrid airline, Malindo Air, commenced its passenger services from Ipoh, Perak, to Johor Baru and Medan, Indonesia, beginning today.

This is following the launch of the Subang-Ipoh thrice weekly flights earlier this month, it said in a statement.

Malindo Air is currently offering promotional fares of RM70 for the Ipoh-Medan all-inclusive one-way trip while the Ipoh-Johor Baru fare was as low as RM79 all-inclusive for a one-way trip.

The frequency of flights to Medan and Johor Baru are daily and four times weekly respectively.

Malindo Air chief executive officer Chandran Rama Muthy said the new flights to Johor Baru and Medan were expected to encourage more passenger movement at the newly upgraded Sultan Azlan Shah Airport.

"The introduction of flights from Ipoh is part of our strategy to enhance our route network in Peninsula Malaysia.

"Ipoh has plenty of potential when it comes to tourism, particularly ecotourism and medical tourism. Moreover, we felt connecting Ipoh and Medan will drive tourism in both cities and spur economic development at the same time," he said.

For more information, visit www.malindoair.com to make bookings online and smartphone users can download the new Malindo Air app on Google Play.

Malindo Air is a Malaysian hybrid airline with main hubs at the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) and SubangSkypark in Selangor.-- Bernama
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