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Old December 31st, 2015, 03:51 PM   #2321
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Best Low-Cost Airline Terminals 2015
1 Kansai KIX
2 London Stansted STN
3 Brussels Charleroi CRL
4 Berlin Schönefeld SXF
5 Kuala Lumpur LCCT KUL
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The World's Top 100 Airports - 2015
2015 Rating/2014 Rating
1 Singapore Changi 1
2 Incheon Intl Airport 2
3 Munich Airport 3
4 Hong Kong Intl 4
5 Tokyo Intl Haneda 6
6 Zurich Airport 8
7 Central Japan Intl 12
8 London Heathrow 10
9 Amsterdam Schiphol 5
10 Beijing Capital 7
11 Vancouver Intl Airport 9
12 Kansai Intl Airport 14
13 Frankfurt Airport 13
14 Narita Intl Airport 16
15 Auckland Intl Airport 11
16 Copenhagen Airport 17
17 Taiwan Taoyuan 18
18 Helsinki-Vantaa 19
19 Kuala Lumpur Intl 20
20 Brisbane Airport 23
21 Sydney Airport 21
22 Hamad Intl Airport 75
23 Cologne / Bonn 28
24 Johannesburg Airport 26
25 Melbourne Airport 24
26 Cape Town Airport 30
27 Madrid-Barajas 41
28 Durban Intl Airport 32
29 Abu Dhabi Intl Airport 22
30 Cincinnati 27

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1 Taiwan Taoyuan TPE
2 Tokyo Haneda HND
3 Incheon ICN
4 Singapore Changi SIN
5 Centrair Nagoya NGO
6 Vienna VIE
7 Munich MUC
8 Hong Kong HKG
9 Kansai KIX
10 Kuala Lumpur KUL

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1 Taiwan Taoyuan TPE
2 Tokyo Haneda HND
3 Incheon ICN
4 Singapore Changi SIN
5 Centrair Nagoya NGO
6 Hong Kong HKG
7 Kansai KIX
8 Kuala Lumpur KUL
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Lufthansa departs KLIA again
BY B.K. SIDHU Saturday, 26 March 2016
http://www.thestar.com.my/business/b...ts-klia-again/

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LUFTHANSA, Europe’s largest airline by passenger numbers, has pulled out of KL International Airport (KLIA) again.

This comes less than six months after Air France stopped plying the Paris-Kuala Lumpur route.

Lufthansa stopped its 3 weekly flights or close to 900 weekly seats on the Frankfurt to Kuala Lumpur route on Feb 28. However, it continues to offer connectivity from German cities to Singapore and Bangkok.

This also comes on the heels of the suspension of flights to Paris and Amsterdam by Malaysia Airlines (MAS) in early February.

“It certainly reduces the visibility of direct connections for Lufthansa in the Malaysia outbound market to Germany,’’ says an industry executive.

This is the second time Lufthansa has suspended flights into Kuala Lumpur. Rising cost, labour issues, stiff competition that puts pressure on yields could be factors that forced the German carrier to review its strategy.

The first time it move out of KLIA was in 1998 during the financial crisis but returned several years later. It was operating five times weekly flights but reduced them to 3 times a week on Jan 6.

“They may come back if they have the right planes,’’ says the executive.

This departure does put a small dent on passenger volumes at KLIA. As it is, KLIA has seen a drop in volume due to a cut in capacity by MAS, though the frequency increases by other airlines have somewhat helped cushion the drop.

For December 2015 there was a 12.5% drop in passenger traffic at KLIA to 2.12 million from 2.43 million the previous year. But overall traffic at all airports operated by Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) inched up by 0.5% to 83.73 million in 2015. For January this year, passenger traffic expanded by 4.4%.

This year, MAHB expects better volumes and has forecast a 2.5% rise in passenger numbers to 86 million.

Although passenger traffic to and from Europe has declined about a quarter for January and February this year, that decline was mitigated by a double-digit increase in traffic to and from the Middle East.

Lufthansa accounted for about 5% of total traffic for KLIA but strong growth in traffic from KLM, Turkish Airlines and British Airways in addition to growth in travel by Emirates and Qatar Airways are expected to result in net growth in passenger traffic to KLIA.

With Air France and Lufthansa’s departure, the European airlines still operating out of KLIA are British Airways (BA), KLM and Turkish Airlines.

There has been much effort made by MAHB to get more European carriers to fly into KLIA but Europe is still reeling from the economic slowdown and experts believe 2016 will largely be a year of Asian carriers flying into KLIA.

“There is significant upside to BA, KLM, MAS and its code share partner Emirates now, at the expense of Lufthansa,’’ adds the executive.

MAS now only flies to London, and all other European connections are either via Emirates and its long-time code share partner, KLM.

“We still have a code share with MAS and we can still connect at KLIA,’’ Air France Royal Dutch Airlines country manager for Malaysia and Brunei Aude-Lise Combier says.

But the bigger gainers are really the Middle-Eastern carriers as they are willing to fight on fare pricing, product offering and wide connectivity.

“It is tough to compete with the likes of Emirates, Etihad Airlines and Qatar Airways,’’ says the executive.

To take advantage of the vacuum left by Lufthansa, several carriers are offering special fare packages to Europe.

KLM and Air France are big rivals of Lufthansa and yesterday, KLM introduced its refurbished business class seats in Kuala Lumpur in a bid to woo more traffic.

It is enjoying high loads now says Combier, but she declined to elaborate further.

With the new seats, she says “we are fully convinced of the potential of premium traffic.’’

Though for now the demand is a bit slow.

KLM was not the only airline to showcase its business class flat beds this week.

MAS did the same earlier in the week with its fully lie-flat seats for its A330-300 fleet.

A MAS spokesperson says volume was good for the seats as the new seats are already fitted on some of its aircraft.

This new seat offering is part of MAS bid to make a comeback after suffering two major air disasters in 2014 that had eroded some of its market share in the global air passenger traffic space. Gaining that back is going to take time and for that, it has to invest to reinvent itself.

Some of the first few changes it is making is to the seats, food, entertainment and also services.

“Competition is so intense and if MAS wants to fill its front end of the cabin, its offering has to match that of its peers or be even better,’’ says an airline executive.
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Old May 15th, 2016, 10:04 AM   #2328
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World's largest plane touches down at KLIA
Saturday, 14 May 2016 | MYT 9:46 AM
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SEPANG: The world's largest cargo plane, the Antonov AN-225 Mriya, touched down at Kuala Lumpur International Airport here at 8.30am Saturday, Bernama tweeted.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd corporate communications general manager Nik Anis Nik Zakaria had earlier said that the aircraft was at KLIA for refuelling purposes only.

The giant transport plane picked up a generator and fitments with a total weight about 130 tons in Prague, Czech Republic and will deliver it to Perth in Australia.

The plane had previous stopovers in Turkmenistan and landed at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad on Thursday.

The Antonov AN-225 Mriya wide-body aircraft is powered by six turbofan engines and is the longest and heaviest airplane ever built, with a maximum takeoff weight of 640 tonnes.

The plane was built in the former Soviet Union in 1988 in order to carry out its own attempt at a space shuttle, called 'Buran'.

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Buran program was shut down and the plane was left on the territory of independent Ukraine.

In 2001 the plane was restored and given a second lease of life.

Able to carry up to 250 tons, loaded through the plane's nose, the commercial plane is designed for carrying super heavy cargo. - Reuters, Bernama
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Fiji Airways, Jetstar join forces to bring Malaysians closer to South Pacific
May 27, 2016, Friday
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SINGAPORE: Fiji Airways and Jetstar today announced the launch of an interline partnership to provide for the first time, seamless, single ticket air travel from Malaysia to Fiji, and onwards in the South Pacific.

The new commercial agreement between the Fijian flag carrier and the Jetstar Group of branded airlines, including Jetstar Airways, Jetstar Asia, Jetstar Japan and Jetstar Pacific, will connect Fiji Airways’ newly launched Singapore to Nadi route.

There are more than 21 destinations on Jetstar’s network from Singapore, including Malaysia.

Fiji Airways commenced twice-weekly direct flights to Singapore on April 5, 2016, creating the first-ever direct flights between Southeast Asia and the South Pacific.

“We are excited to expand our reach in Asia through this partnership with Jetstar to connect more destinations in the region to our extensive South Pacific network,” Fiji Airways Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Andre Viljoen, said in a statement yesterday.

“This interline agreement will offer a seamless travel experience from 21 cities in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Cambodia and Myanmar, to Fiji, via Singapore.

“It also opens new travel possibilities for the growing number of South Pacific travellers looking to explore Asia,” he added.

While the agreement covers all 73 destinations served by the Jetstar Group, including Jetstar Airways in Australia, the immediate take-up will be for Jetstar destinations from Singapore.

Barathan Pasupathi, CEO of Singapore-based Jetstar Asia, said: “Our services and networks out of Singapore deliver very attractive itineraries for global carriers to offer their customers.

“More importantly, such interline and codeshare partnerships with full-service carriers are testament to our product and delivery of an equivalent level of service on board our flights.” The Jetstar-Fiji Airways interline agreement builds on Jetstar’s growing base of 46 established interline partners that include among others, Qantas, Air France-KLM, British Airways, United and China Eastern.

Jetstar currently also have existing codeshare agreements with Qantas, Japan Airlines, American Airlines, Sri Lankan Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Finnair, LATAM and Emirates.

Fiji Airways and Jetstar customers will be able to book flights and check-through baggage when purchasing tickets from Fiji Airways’ sales channels, including its website, online travel sites, sales offices and reservation centres. — Bernama
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KLM adds three more flights a week from KL to Amsterdam
BY BILQIS BAHARI - 24 JUNE 2016 @ 11:32 AM
http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/06/1...k-kl-amsterdam

SEPANG: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has added three weekly flights from Kuala Lumpur (KL) to Amsterdam, bringing it to a total of 10 flights a week. The three extra flights will be operated with KLM's newly refurbished Boeing 777-200, which comprises of 34 World Business Class seats, 40 Economy Comfort seats and 242 Economy class seats.

Air France-KLM general manager for Central Southeast Asia, Gijs van Popta said KLM offers a wider choice of services and connections opportunities to Europe and beyond for travelers via its hub, Amsterdam-Airport Schipol.

"Malaysia is one of our key markets in Southeast Asia and we look forward to welcoming more travelers from Malaysia onboard to experience KLM's world-class services and friendly Dutch hospitality," he said at the launch of KLM's additional flights.

Although the KL-Amsterdam flight is increased to 10 times weekly, KLM's current daily flight schedule between Amsterdam-KL-Jakarta remains unchanged.

Meanwhile, the Netherlands Ambassador to Malaysia, Harry Molenaar said the additional KLM flights between KL and Amsterdam indicated that the mutual trade between the two countries is blooming and provides an opportunity to further intensify their business relationship.

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2016 World Airport Awards by skytrax
Featuring the top 10 airport ratings for each award category
THE WORLD BEST
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Best Airports : 40-50 million pax per year
1 Seoul Incheon
2 Munich
3 Kuala Lumpur
4 Madrid-Barajas
5 Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
6 Toronto Pearson
7 London Gatwick
8 Chengdu
9 Seattle-Tacoma
10 Mumbai


Best Low-Cost Airline Terminal
1 Tokyo Narita - T3
2 Kansai - T2
3 London Stansted
4 Brussels Charleroi
5 Berlin Schönefeld
6 Kuala Lumpur LCCT
7 Luton
8 East Midlands
9 Frankfurt-Hahn
10 Milan Bergamo


Best Int'l Transit Airport
1 Seoul Incheon
2 Singapore Changi
3 Hong Kong
4 Tokyo Haneda
5 Tokyo Narita
6 Munich
7 Doha Hamad
8 Amsterdam Schiphol
9 Zurich
10 Kuala Lumpur
THE REGIONAL BEST
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Best Airports in Asia
1 Singapore Changi
2 Seoul Incheon
3 Tokyo Haneda
4 Hong Kong
5 Centrair Nagoya
6 Kansai
7 Tokyo Narita
8 Beijing
9 Taiwan Taoyuan
10 Kuala Lumpur


Best Airport Staff in Asia
1 Seoul Incheon
2 Tokyo Haneda
3 Kansai
4 Taiwan Taoyuan
5 Singapore Changi
6 Centrair Nagoya
7 Hong Kong
8 Kuala Lumpur
9 Tokyo Narita
10 Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Source: http://www.worldairportawards.com/Aw...ners_2016.html
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AirAsia to invest RM20mil to promote klia2
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 | MYT 10:24 PM
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Fernandes and AirAsia chief executive officer Aireen Omar leaving after a closed door meeting with Liow.

PUTRAJAYA: AirAsia will continue to promote klia2 as the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) with a whopping US$5mil (RM20.08mil) to be spent on its marketing campaign, said group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.

“In anticipation of more LCCTs (coming up in the future), we will call it LCCT KL, the low cost hub of Asia, and a one-stop to anywhere in Asia at the lowest fare,” he tweeted after meeting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai in Putrajaya on Wednesday.

AirAsia would not spend the money in Malaysia but in other countries to promote klia2 like Dubai Airport, which is a major transit hub.

He said during the two-hour meeting, the minister had taken note of the airline’s plans to promote klia2 as the regional low-cost hub.

The meeting between Fernandes and Liow was to iron-out issues between AirAsia and airport operator, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), which has been locking horns on the name and branding of klia2.

“Very good meeting with Liow and Director General of Civil Aviation Datuk Seri Azharuddin Abdul Rahman. Most important is the acceptance that our terminal is a low-cost hub.

“Important issue is not the name but that it’s promoted inside the terminal and to the world that KLIA has a low-cost hub with low fares,” he said in the micro-blogging site, twitter.

Fernandes was confident that Liow would be able to find a good “win-win” solution for both AirAsia and MAHB.

“The goal is to get more of Asean, Asia and the world to use our low-cost hub. One million (people have travelled through klia2) so far this year. We want to grow that. (This) will be great for the economy,” he added.

Liow had announced earlier that klia2, should not undergo a name change.

However, he assured that the ministry was willing to hear AirAsia’s proposal to position klia2 internationally as a leading low-cost terminal to further enhance the nation’s tourism and aviation sectors.

MAHB managing director Datuk Badlisham Ghazali said earlier that the airport operator would reserve its right to maintain the klia2 brand including resorting to legal action. (Click here for story)

On other developments, Fernandes said he discussed the potential of turning the old airport in Malacca into a low-cost terminal.

“We want to use the Malacca airport. We have been so successful with the Langkawi Airport now. But we still haven’t been able to get MAHB to open the (Malacca) airport to us,” he said.

He said AirAsia was about to start the Langkawi-Hong Kong sector and the airline was keen to replicate such initiatives in Malacca. - Bernama
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