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Old June 6th, 2011, 07:34 AM   #2241
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Malaysia Airlines to join oneworld alliance
06 June 2011
http://www.oneworld.com/ow/news/details?objectID=25793

Malaysia Airlines is to join oneworld®, adding one of aviation's most frequent award winners to the world's leading quality airline alliance.

Malaysia Airlines was unanimously elected a oneworld member designate by the Chief Executives of the alliance's member airlines, at a meeting on the sidelines of IATA's 2011 World Air Transport Summit, which opens in Singapore today.

A formal alliance membership agreement will be completed soon.

Malaysia Airlines is expected to start flying as part of oneworld late next year.

As it prepares for its alliance membership, Malaysia Airlines intends to develop bilateral links with a number of oneworld's established partners, who include some of the biggest and best names in the airline industry. It already code-shares with oneworld partners Cathay Pacific and Royal Jordanian.

When it becomes part of oneworld, its customers will gain access to the alliance's truly global network. It will expand oneworld's global coverage to almost 950 destinations in 150 countries, served by a combined fleet of more than 2,600 aircraft operating some 10,000 flights a day and carrying 358 million passengers a year.

Three established oneworld member airlines currently serve Malaysia, with Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines and Royal Jordanian flying to Kuala Lumpur, and Cathay Pacific also to Penang and, through its Dragonair affiliate, Kota Kinabalu. Opportunities for expanding the alliance's coverage of the country will be explored as Malaysia Airlines prepares to join.

When it becomes part of oneworld, members of Malaysia Airlines' Enrich frequent flyer programme will be able to earn and redeem rewards on any of oneworld's 14 other top-class carriers, with top tier members able to use any of the group's 550 plus airport lounges, and its network will be covered by oneworld's range of alliance fares.

At the same time, frequent flyer cardholders of oneworld's established airlines will be able to earn and redeem rewards when flying on Malaysia Airlines.

Qantas will serve as sponsor of Malaysia Airlines' entry into oneworld.

Malaysia Airlines Chairman Tan Sri Dr Mohd Munir Abdul Majid said: "The Board of Malaysia Airlines had targeted entry into an alliance this year. I am glad we are at the stage where the initiation with oneworld is formalised."

Malaysia Airlines Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Tengku Azmil Aziz said: "With the world airline industry increasingly focused on alliances, we have carried out careful analysis of the options now available to Malaysia Airlines. The time is clearly right for our company to join one of the global airline groups, and oneworld is clearly the best option for us. As a company highly focused on quality service, we are immensely proud to have been invited to join the highest quality alliance with the best airline partners offering a global network that best complements our own. We look forward to completing all joining requirements as soon as possible."

American Airlines' Chairman and Chief Executive Gerard Arpey, Chairman of the oneworld Governing Board, said: "Today's agreement with Malaysia Airlines represents another significant milestone in our journey to establish oneworld firmly as the world's premier airline alliance with members unmatched in brand and service quality. We look forward to welcoming Malaysia Airlines to oneworld."

oneworld CEO Bruce Ashby said: "oneworld already features four of the best airlines in Asia-Pacific, including member elect Kingfisher Airlines. Adding another leading Asian carrier, in Malaysia Airlines, will greatly enhance oneworld's offering throughout the world's fast growing region for air travel demand."

Qantas Chief Executive Officer Alan Joyce said: "Malaysia Airlines is an ideal candidate for oneworld, with its world-class reputation for customer service mirroring oneworld's own focus. Its Kuala Lumpur home will provide our customers with another of the world's best airports, geographically well placed between our existing hubs. Qantas is delighted to be serving as its sponsor in joining oneworld."

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Future members when accepted become members elect and enter a transition and integration phase typically leading to full membership with eighteen months to two years.

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Future member airline	Country	Joining	
Kingfisher Airlines	        India	        2011
Air Berlin	                        Germany	2012
Malaysia Airlines	                Malaysia	2012
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Malaysia Airlines joins OneWorld Alliance
TheStar Biz | Updated: Monday June 6, 2011 MYT 11:03:15 AM
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...4&sec=business
http://travel.usatoday.com/flights/p...s-ceo/173180/1
http://finance.ninemsn.com.au/newsbu...world-alliance

PETALING JAYA/SINGAPORE: Malaysian Airline System (MAS) will start flying as part of the oneworld alliance starting late next year after the airline was unanimously elected a member designate by the alliance's chief executives at the International Air Transport Association's 2011 World Air Transport Summit.

The summit opened today in Singapore.


Malaysia Airlines' Airbus A380 will start operation in April 2012.

MAS and oneworld in a joint media release Monday said the formal alliance membership agreement would be completed soon with Australia's Qantas to serve as sponsor for MAS' entry.

MAS' membership would allow its customers to gain access to the alliance's global network which would in turn expand the coverage to almost 950 destinations in 150 countries.

This would be served by a combined fleet of more than 2,600 aircraft operating some 10,000 flights a day and carrying 358 million passengers a year.

Besides Qantas, members of the alliance include American Airlines, British Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Japan Airlines.

MAS managing director cum chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Aziz said the decision to join the alliance was made after carefully considering the options available.

“The time is clearly right for our company to join one of the global airline groups, and oneworld is clearly the best option for us,” he added.

Additionally, the oneworld move could result in a partner shake-up for Malaysia Airlines, which currently is partnered with a number of other carriers. They include some that are key members of other alliances, such as Air France/KLM and Delta of SkyTeam and Swiss International Airlines of Star.

On that subject, the Business Times of Malaysia says it asked CEO Azmil specifically about whether Malaysia Airlines would continue its relationship with Air France/KLM.

"There is no rule that members can't cooperate with non-oneworld members," he responded. "Overall our entry into oneworld changes the game and it will necessitate a review (of its operations). This does not mean that we will stop doing anything with KLM. We have had a long standing relationship with them and we understand each other really well."

He said being part of oneworld did not preclude MAS, which flies to five Australian mainland capitals, from maintaining existing relationships with other airlines such as the frequent flyer association with Virgin Australia's Velocity.

IATA said on Monday the picture for the industry was brightest in the Asia Pacific, which included emerging aviation giants China and India.

The industry body's latest forecasts showed Asia Pacific carriers - which include Qantas, Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand - were expected to report profits totalling $US2.1 billion ($A1.96 billion) in 2011.

Although this represented the most profitable geographic region in the world, it was still well down from the $US10 billion ($A9.31 billion) profit Asia-Pacific airlines posted in 2010, IATA said.

IATA, which represents about 230 airlines, also sharply downgraded its 2011 profit forecasts for the global aviation industry, citing the effects of political unrest, natural disasters and high fuel prices.

Airlines were tipped to post after-tax profits of $US4 billion ($A3.73 billion) in calendar 2011, less than half the IATA's previous forecast of $US8.6 billion ($A8.01 billion) in March.

As for oneworld, it is also expected to welcome Germany's Air Berlin and India's Kingfisher Airlines in early 2012.


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By Steve Creedy | The Australian | June 06, 201111:50AM
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QANTAS will sponsor Malaysia Airlines's entry into the oneworld alliance and aims to forge closer links with the Kuala Lumpur-based airline as another way of boosting its market share in Asia.

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said in Singapore today that the airline had been talking to MAS for some time and would work closely with both the airline and oneworld's management team to make the changes necessary for MAS to join the alliance.

The process is expected to take 18 months.

Mr Joyce also said the Qantas would continue with its Singapore operations but the new alliances created opportunities for both airlines.

“I think it opens up opportunities for Qantas going forward," Mr Joyce said yesterday.

We still will have big operation in Singapore - Singapore is a very big local-origin and destination market for us and a big market in Europe.

“But we are very keen as part of Malaysian’s entry into oneworld to talk about how we can co-operate in the Malaysian and South-East Asian markets. And that dialogue will continue. We think there is a lot of opportunity for us to work together."

Asked about rumours that Qantas was planning to start a full-service airline in Singapore and how this might be affected by the Malaysia Airlines partnership, Mr Joyce said: “There are no plans for any new airlines at this stage, so we’re looking at all our opportunities and the Malaysian partnership is a great opportunity for Qantas to recover its market share in Asia by providing more options for our customers."



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Old June 7th, 2011, 03:06 AM   #2245
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MAS to review network after entry into alliance
Published: 2011/06/07
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...masz2/Article/

SINGAPORE: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will review its network following its entry into oneworld alliance.

MAS managing director and chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Zahruddin said its planned entry into oneworld does not mean a termination of its current arrangements with non-oneworld airlines, although there will be a need to review it.

It is due to fly as a member of oneworld by 2013, following an extensive streamlining process that will allow for seamless transfer of passengers between member airlines as well as data sharing.

"There is no rule that states members can't cooperate with non-members. Overall our entry into oneworld changes the game and it will necessitate a review (of our network).

"This does not mean that we will stop doing anything with Air France-KLM. We have had a long standing relationship with them and we understand each other really well."

Tengku Azmil added that he is interested in continuing with the partnership. Air France-KLM is a member of Skyteam alliance.

"We will have to look at the network that we have with oneworld and look at the frequency and timing to further maximise operations," he said.

Following its Business Turnaround Plan in 2006, MAS signed a number of code-share agreements in an effort to build its own hub and spoke network.

At a separate event, MAS through its travel and tour arm MASHolidays signed an agreement with Universal Air Travel Plan (UTAP) to become a shareholder and issuer.

UATP accounts are accepted as a form of payment for corporate business travellers worldwide by airlines and travel agencies.

"Growing our corporate market share is a strategic initiative for improving our yields and load factor for profitability and we are partnering with UATP to help us achieve this objective.

"We will be able to utilise the expertise of UATP products and services to further develop our own programmes to match the customer's demand for more travel payment options," MAS commercial strategy executive vice-president Datuk Dr Amin Khan said.

The airline intends to focus on global issuance of its UATP programme in the near future. - From Presenna Nambiar
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Malaysia Airlines has set a business objective to become the No 1 airline in Asia by 2015 in terms of service quality and profitability.

Dato Bernard Francis, executive vice president for sales and marketing, said the company would invest billions of US dollars over the next five years on new aircraft and in the area of customer service.

He said Malaysia Airlines had 100 aircraft currently. The company has confirmed it will buy 35 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with another 20 optioned. The airline will also purchase 15 new Airbus A330-300 aircraft with another 25 optioned.

Malaysia Airlines has also announced plans to fly the Airbus A380 superjumbo on the routes from Kuala Lumpur to London and Amsterdam The A380 will also replace the Boeing 747 on the Sydney route.

The airline has posted profits since 2006, including 340 million ringgit (Bt3.43 billion) last year.

"We will focus on allocating our investments in customer service at every touch point, including website and checkin ground service, as well as in buying new aircraft to provide our customers the best flying experience," Francis said.

He said the airline also wanted to encourage consumers to fly Malaysia Airlines not through lower prices but by offering good value for money.

Malaysia Airlines has been named by Skytrax as a fivestar airline. There are currently only six fivestar airlines in the world, the others being Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Hainan Airlines, and India's Kingfisher.

"We have been named by Skytrax as having the best cabincrew service in the world over the past six years," from 2004 to 2009, Francis said.

Malaysia Airlines joined the Oneworld Alliance this month.

Oneworld is the smallest of the three major airline alliances, behind Star Alliance and SkyTeam. Qantas, American Airlines, British Airways and Cathay Pacific are founding members and the linchpins of the Oneworld network.

"By joining Oneworld Alliance, we will get support from the founders and other members of the alliance to fit into their network," Francis said.

By joining Oneworld Alliance, Malaysia Airlines expects to raise its occupancy from 76 per cent currently to 80 per cent.

"We are now flying to 71 international destinations. Our strategy is to add more frequency to our existing routes. We are also studying new potentially profitable routes,"

Francis said the airline last year introduced a new destination, Bandung in Indonesia. The airline also increased its flights to Delhi from seven to 11.

"We will focus on better realignment of product with market demand. Our average fleet age will go down to 5.2 years by 2015, from 11.6 years currently. Our fleet and network plans are also designed to meet booming AsiaPacific demand."

Francis said the industry outlook for 2011 was trending towards stability rather than further improvement.

"However, we expect 2011 to be a challenging year for the airline industry, with the fuel price increasing by 40 per cent to about US$140 per barrel due to the unrest in the Middle East." Currencies have depreciated significantly in the UK and Europe."

He said the company had launched a new community airline, Firefly, in late 2008, which currently flies 10 ATR turboprops and six jet aircraft. So far, Firefly has focused on domestic flights in Malaysia. However, regional expansion of its flights in Asean, including Thailand, will be introduced over the next three years.

"Firefly has already launched flights to Phuket and Samui," he said.
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Old June 8th, 2011, 05:01 AM   #2247
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MAS to review ties with KLM
Published: 2011/06/06
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Malaysian Airlines Systems Bhd said it will review its long-standing relationship with KLM after agreeing to join the Oneworld alliance.

KLM, a brand of Air France-KLM, is part of the rival SkyTeam alliance of carriers.

Malaysia Airlines Chief Executive Officer Tengku Azmil Zahruddin spoke to reporters in Singapore today. -- Bloomberg
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MAS set to forge closer ties with Qantas
Published: 2011/06/08
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...axx2f/Article/

SINGAPORE: While it is early days yet, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) managing director and chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Zahruddin is confident it will be able to forge closer ties with Australian carrier Qantas Airways.

"We've got a good relationship with Qantas and that will help in terms of timing (of a possible partnership). What the actual timing is, that's difficult to say, but I'm confident we'll get something up and running," he told reporters on the sidelines of the 67th International Air Transport Association's (IATA) annual general meeting (AGM) here yesterday.

The two-day AGM ended yesterday. As members of the IATA, MAS and Qantas already have interlining arrangements that they can tap on, and any further partnership would likely be of a code-share nature, which allows for the two airlines to share flights.

Such mutually beneficial agreement will enable MAS tap into the domestic Australian market and for Qantas to expand in the Southeast Asian market.

Qantas Airways CEO Alan Joyce has already voiced his interest to work with MAS on flights to Malaysia and beyond.

A partnership between Qantas and MAS is even more critical following the announcement of a potential partnership between Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Virgin Australia, which will see the two code share on each other's international and domestic flights and co-ordinate schedules between Singapore and Australia.

SIA and Virgin Australia are likely to secure regulatory approval for their plans by end of the year.

Meanwhile, IATA announced the official appointment of former Cathay Pacific Airways CEO Tony Tyler as director general, succeeding outgoing director general Giovanni Bisignani.

It also announced the appointment of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines president and CEO Peter Hartman as chairman of IATA for a year.

Joyce will serve as chairman from June 2012 after Hartman's term, IATA added. - By Presenna Nambiar
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AirAsia sets up unit in Singapore
Published: 2011/06/08
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html

AIRASIA Bhd has incorporated a wholly-owned subsidiary AirAsia Exp Pte Ltd (AAE) in Singapore, the company told Bursa Malaysia yesterday.

AAE is a joint venture between AirAsia and Expedia Inc, and will be the holding company to AirAsia’s 50 per cent shareholding in AAE Travel Pte Ltd.

It will facilitate an online travel agency business, AirAsia said.
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PICTURES: MAS' first A380 enters final assembly
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Malaysia Airlines' (MAS) first Airbus A380 has entered the airframer's final assembly line in Toulouse.

The superjumbo jet, which entered the line on 7 June, will have its front, central and aft fuselage sections, wings and horizontal and vertical tails assembled at the first stage.

This will be followed by the installation of engines and tests on the aircraft's electric and hydraulic systems, mobile parts and landing gears. Final ground tests and first engine tests will take place after that, before the aircraft is flown to Hamburg for cabin completion and painting.

MAS, which has six A380s on order, has said it is due to receive its first in April 2012. The airline is likely to deploy the superjumbo jet to London, followed by Sydney and Melbourne.





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Published: 2011/06/10
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KUALA LUMPUR: The first Malaysia Airlines' (MAS) A380 has entered the Airbus final assembly line in Toulouse, France, for the final production phase.

The final assembly process of an A380 is made up of five main phases, according to a statement from the Malaysian carrier.

It will also have its engines installed and general tests conducted on its electric and hydraulic systems as well as mobile parts and landing gears.

"Final ground and first engine tests take place in dedicated facilities outside of the main building," it said.

The plane will then be ready for its first flight to Hamburg, Germany, where it will receive its cabin and painted in MAS livery, a more stylised version of the Malaysian "wau", which has been given a modern look reflecting the carrier's evolution into a truly global carrier.

Malaysia Airlines has six A380s on order with deliveries due to begin in 2012. - Bernama
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MAS offers 'Global Deals, Dream Getaways'
Published: 2011/06/13
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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) expects four million seats to be offered at various discounts under the second wave "Global Deals, Dream Getaways" promotional campaign beginning today until June 27.

"We are mounting this second wave campaign to give an opportunity for our passengers to fly onboard the A330-300, to selected international destinations, to fly business class to domestic destinations, as well as, enjoy discounts of up to 75 per cent," said its Regional Senior Vice President, Sales, Azman Ahmad at a media briefing today.

He was optimistic the four million seats on offer would be taken up during this offer period based on the encouraging response received to the maiden five-day campaign held from May 13, forthcoming holidays, and the longer travel period until May 2012.

One hundred and forty-four destinations are up for grabs under the campaign and potential travellers are expected to chose long-haul destinations compared with regional sectors which were the focus of the first campaign.

Azman said for the second wave campaign, the thrust would be the special, all inclusive promotional economy class fares from Malaysia to Tokyo and Osaka starting from RM693.00 one way.

"MAS was offering flights to Japan as part of its initiative to improve air travel between Malaysia and the land of the rising sun after the North Asian country was impacted by the recent natural calamities.

"We are also partnering Malaysian tour operators who use there fares to offer very attractive packages from Kuala Lumpur, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu to Japan," he added.

These deals are offered by all MAS distribution channels such as the website, www.malaysiaairlines.com; flymas.mobi on mobile; MHbuddy on facebook; MAS' ticketing offices and appointed travel agents.

All promotional airfares are for one-way economy or business class journey on MAS during off-peak period and includes airfare, airport tax, fuel surcharge, insurance and administrative fees. -- Bernama

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MAS may boost fleet to tap oneworld network
By Presenna Nambiar Published: 2011/06/17
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...mas16/Article/

KELANA JAYA: Malaysia Airlines' entry into the oneworld airline alliance may see it ordering more planes, says its chief.

"It's difficult to answer comprehensively without the network work being done. I expect a lot of things which did not make sense for us before, will start to make sense.

"If anything, we may find that we need more planes and maybe more quickly, but I don't have a comprehensive answer to that, because we haven't finished the network study yet," MAS managing director and chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Zahruddin told reporters after a briefing on its participation in oneworld here yesterday.

In June last year, MAS had said that it is considering an additional aircraft type for its new fleet plan, either the A350, B787 Dreamliner or Boeing's latest B777 variant, B777-300.

However, there was no urgency for it then.

MAS will be attending the Paris Air Show next week, and an announcement on new orders is largely expected.

By the end of this year, MAS will have six new Boeing 737-800s and five Airbus 330-300s in its fleet.

It has up to 55 B737-800s and 25 A330-300s on order through to 2016.

MAS will be reviewing its current network to capitalise on oneworld's extensive network.

Oneworld serves some 900 destinations worldwide.

"What may happen is that there may be destinations that MAS did not find viable before, which could now be viable because of our arrangement with oneworld. These destinations are probably going to be oneworld hubs," Azmil said, refuting reports that the alliance may require the airline to fly to unprofitable routes.

There are at least 14 oneworld hubs worldwide.

Azmil also refuted claims that the grouping will accord it with fuel cost savings.

"The primary benefit is revenue base, but there are some avenues for cost reduction, in terms of lounges, and check-in counters," he said.

MAS aims to complete its assimilation into the alliance in one year.
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Fernandes Yes to AirAsia flights to Africa
Published: 2011/06/18
http://www.btimes.com.my/articles/20...23414/Article/

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has suggested that low-cost airlines such as AirAsia seriously look to flying to Africa to facilitate travel and increase trade and investment linkages.

He said that currently, the lack of such connectivity was a deterrent to enhancing ties between Malaysia and African nations, although the continent possessed a vast economic potential that remains largely untapped.

In an immediate response to Dr Mahathir’s call at the Malaysia-Africa Business Forum Saturday morning, AirAsia’s chief Tan Sri Tony Fernandes told Bernama that this was possible.

"Azran (Osman Rani, Airasia X's chief executive) and the team are looking at Egypt and also Luanda (Angola) and Nairobi (Kenya),” he said via SMS. -- Bernama
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MAS bullish on growth for KL-Paris route
From Hamisah Hamid Published: 2011/06/20
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...parih/Article/



PARIS: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is optimistic of the growth in passenger and ticket sales for Paris-Kuala Lumpur route this year, despite the European Union being threatened with financial crisis as the Greek debt problem continues.

The national carrier, which celebrates its 30th anniversary flying from Paris, is also unfazed with the operations of budget carrier AirAsia X between Paris and Kuala Lumpur, which commenced in February.

MAS area manager for France, Spain, Portugal and Nordic countries, Sarjanisham Darus, said competition from other players in the Paris-Kuala Lumpur route is getting stronger but MAS continues to grow its market share in that sector.

"Every year, there is growth (for MAS) in terms of traffic and turnover, with our market share growing.

"We are pushing hard to expand our current market share of 56 per cent with various campaigns, attractive packages and good products," he told visiting Malaysian journalists here on Saturday.

MAS started its operations from Paris on April 2 1981 via Kuala Lumpur-Dubai-Paris-London. It was once weekly flight using DC10-30 aircraft. Later, the service became twice weekly, three times, four times and five times weekly.

In November 2006, the full-service carrier started daily operations and is now operating Boeing 777-200ER.

MAS sales manager (France) Jean-Francois Raudin said in the first five months this year, MAS' turnover or tickets issued was 40 per cent higher than in the same period last year.

He said about 25 per cent of passengers for Paris-Kuala Lumpur route are business travellers, while the remaining are holidaymakers and others.

Raudin expects the number of business travellers to rise further, given the good relations between France and Malaysia, in both the private and government sectors.

He also said that AirAsia X attracts different type of travellers, especially first-time travellers to Southeast Asia.

"Since AirAsia X started its operations, we haven't seen any drop in our load factor," Raudin said.

The load factor of MAS - the only full-service carrier operating direct between Paris and Kuala Lumpur - is currently at 82 per cent.

However, Sarjanisham said the budget carrier may have an impact on MAS operations later, especially because travellers in this part of the world are sensitive towards price.

"But, we will make sure that we'll continue to grow and not lose out to competitors. We will enhance our marketing, package our products well and make use of the IT platform as the French are IT-savvy.

"With the pressure on pricing, we will have to keep the cost down, be more efficient, carry more load and come out with better packages," he said.

MAS' entry into oneworld alliance would also help boost the load factor as the operations of other members in the alliance would link Paris-Kuala Lumpur sector to other regional hubs in Europe, he added.
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MAS leases engine wash system from Pratt & Whitney
From Hamisah HamidPublished: 2011/06/2
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PARIS: The 49th Paris International Air Show kicked off yesterday, with more than 2,100 companies from all over the world showcasing their expertise and latest innovations.

Some 2,000 exhibitors from 42 countries and 200 international delegates converge at the bi-annual aviation and space show, the
key industry event for over 100 years.

The global economic crisis may have impacted large industry players, yet the atmosphere was upbeat at the launch of the air show yesterday.

According to the organiser, SIAE — a 100 per cent owned subsidiary of Groupement des Industries Françaises Aéronautiques et Spatiales — the economic crisis has caused most large aviation and space companies to cut their budget by between 10 and 30 per cent.

“This leaves space for newcomers or components manufacturers wishing to reinforce their presence (at the show),” SIAE said in a statement here.

Some 138,000 trade visitors and 193,000 public visitors are expected to visit the week-long air show, which comprises the 130,000 sq ft exhibition area and 192,000 sq ft aircraft exhibition space.

Yesterday, Malaysia Airlines (MAS), which is participating in the air show, inked an exclusive five-year agreement with Pratt & Whitney for the latter’s environment-friendly EcoPower engine wash service.

MAS managing director and chief executive officer Tengku Azmil Zahruddin said MAS will lease the engine washing equipment and perform its own washes at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

“The Pratt & Whitney’s engine wash service contributes to significant decreases in fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions throughout our fleet,” he told visiting Malaysian media after the signing ceremony.

Pratt & Whitney product line management vice-president Lou Quattrocchi said the closed-loop system in EcoPower engine wash service collects and recycles water, making the entire process environmentally-friendly and takes less than 90 minutes to complete.

The patented wash system reduces fuel burn by as much as 1.2 per cent, eliminating about three pounds of carbon dioxide emissions for every pound of fuel saved. At the same time, it reduces engine gas temperature, thus expanding the amount of time an engine can stay on wing.

MAS, together with its passenger and cargo subsidiaries, operates a fleet of more than 100 aircraft connecting over 100 destinations in all six continents.

Its current fleet includes Boeing 747-400, B777-200, Airbus A330-300, Airbus A330-200 and B737-400. Next year, the A380 will be added to its fleet.

Pratt & Whitney, which designs, makes and services aircraft engines, space propulsion systems and industrial gas turbine, is a unit of New York Stock Exchange-listed United Technologies Corp.
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Malaysia's AirAsia places firm order for 200 Airbus A320neo planes, with 100 more optional - world's single largest aircraft order valued $18.2b
Written by Joseph Chin of theedgemalaysia.com
Thursday, 23 June 2011 17:41
http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/busin...-aircraft.html
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e83d5dc2-9...#axzz1Q7KCIDYx
http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-...23-706747.html
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-0...sia-order.html


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AirAsia currently has 89 Airbus A320 (normal version) in service, 86 more to be delivered until 2015, under its previous 175-unit order with Airbus.

LE BOURGET (PARIS): AirAsia Bhd placed a firm order with Airbus for 200 A320neo aircraft, which is the largest order for the aircraft manufacturer.

Altogether, AirAsia has now placed firm orders for 375 A320 Family aircraft, with 89 already in service on the carrier's fast-growing pan-Asian network. In addition, the carrier's long haul affiliate AirAsia X is also an all-Airbus customer having placed orders for 38 widebody aircraft.



The order for the 200 aircraft makes AirAsia the biggest airline customer for the Airbus single aisle product line worldwide. Its A320neo aircraft will be powered by CFM International’s new LEAP-X engines.

The order is billed as the biggest ever civil aircraft order by the number of planes and the third in value for the European manufacturer behind Emirates and Qatar Airways, which is also expected to buy more Airbus planes today.

“This landmark deal is the strongest endorsement yet of our decision to invest in the development of the A320neo,” Airbus Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders said at a press conference at the Paris show, adding that the neo has become “by far” the fastest selling airliner in the history of aviation.

AirAsia group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said on Thursday, June 23 with this historic deal, AirAsia had secured its future with the ability to meet the huge growth potential offered by the Asian market.

“Our decision to be one of the launch customers for the A320neo will ensure that we remain at the forefront of our business, with one of the world's youngest and most modern fleets," he said at the Paris Air Show.

The A320neo, which incorporated new engines and large wing tip devices called sharklets, will ensure fuel savings of 15% and additional range capability of 500 nautical miles (950 km), or the ability to carry two tonnes more payload at a given range.

The fuel savings translate into some 3,600 tonnes less tonnes carbon dioxide per aircraft per year. In addition, the A320neo will provide a double-digit reduction in NOx emissions and reduced engine noise. The A320neo will have over 95% airframe commonality with the existing models, enabling it to fit seamlessly into existing A320 Family fleets.

The AirAsia contract capped a record air show for Airbus, which won 418 firm orders valued at $44 billion. The order brought the total number of commitments for the A320Neo since its launch to 1,029 aircraft, including 667 orders and commitments at this week’s Paris Air Show. The jet is due to enter service in late 2015.

Over 7,000 A320 Family aircraft have already been ordered and almost 5,000 delivered to more than 330 customers and operators worldwide.

Air Asia Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes told reporters that he hadn't even considered the Boeing 737 when he started negotiating the deal with Airbus. "The present 737 is the same as the A320 that we have now, so there was nothing new to offer," he said.

Fernandes said he wasn't prepared to wait for Boeing to decide on making a new plane that in any case won't be available before the end of the decade. "If Boeing launches a new plane now, it's not going to come out until 2020 at the earliest. The world doesn't wait; you grab the opportunity and you make it happen. If I'm waiting for Boeing I could be six feet under before they decide what to do."

He noted that airlines clearly have been snapping up the early delivery slots for the A320neo, and have been benefiting from attractive pricing as Airbus gets the program under way. Now that it has 1,029 A320neo on its books, however, pricing is likely to harden up, he said.

AirAsia reportedly has taken options for another 100 of the aircraft, but Fernandes declined to comment.

Fernandes said he had been pushing Airbus to put new, more fuel-efficient engines on its long-range A330. "We hope that they'll do for the A330 what they have done for the A320. Airbus shouldn't waste an opportunity."

To meet this surging demand, Tony Fernandes, AirAsia chief executive officer, has detailed his intentions to expand the current fleet of 104 to 500 over the next decade. AirAsia is also facing increasing competition.

Singapore Airlines in May announced that it would launch a new long haul budget carrier. Some analysts are sceptical whether this goal can be achieved.

CFM Victory

AirAsia chose the Leap-X engine from CFM International, a venture of General Electric Co. (GE) and Safran SA (SAF), to power the planes. Two engines go on each aircraft, giving the order a value of about $4.8 billion based on list prices.

The Leap-X competes with the geared turbofan from United Technologies Corp. (UTX)’s Pratt & Whitney unit.

With its main hub in Sepang, outside Kuala Lumpur, AirAsia flies to more than 20 countries and has affiliates in Thailand and Indonesia, according to its website, while the AirAsia X division offers long-haul services.

“I don’t think it’s aggressive,” Angeline Chin, an analyst at Kuala Lumpur-based TA Securities Holdings Bhd. said in a telephone interview ahead of the announcement. “If the company believes that it can grow further, why not?

AirAsia stock closed unchanged at 3.16 ringgit in Kuala Lumpur before the order announcement. It has risen 25 percent this year, valuing the company at 8.77 billion ringgit ($2.89 billion) and outpacing the 2.9 percent gain in Malaysia’s benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index.

Back in Paris, EADS rose as much as 2.4 percent to 22.38 euros and was trading little changed at 21.83 euros as of 3 p.m. in Paris.



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By Presenna Nambiar
Business Times | June 23, 2011
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New.../pazt/Article/

KUALA LUMPUR: Long-haul budget carrier AirAsia X has received approval from the Malaysian government for five new coveted routes, but a couple of routes may be launched sooner than the rest.

AirAsia X co-founder and direc-tor Tan Sri Tony Fernandes tweeted yesterday that the airline has received the green light for five destinations, namely Jeddah, Beijing, Shanghai, Osaka and Istanbul.

When contacted, AirAsia X chief executive officer Azran Osman-Rani explained that the carrier plans to launch two new routes in the next 12 months as it is constrained by capacity and slot allocation issues.

The carrier currently has a fleet of 11 aircraft. It is only expected to add another two to three planes by end of 2012.

"But this may change," he told Business Times, without elaborating.

Azran said submissions for slot applications have started.

In January, it was reported that AirAsia X deferred the delivery of three A330s this year in an effort to bolster its balance sheet for its proposed initial public offering.

AirAsia X is likely to start flights to Jeddah and Osaka first, while Beijing and Shanghai might come later due to the complex slot approval system.

The carrier has received rights to fly daily to four routes, except Istanbul, of which it is allowed to fly four times a week.

"Great day for Airasia X. The government has removed all restrictions on routes. Only Sydney. Great great day. Now we can go to Jeddah, Beijing, Shanghai, Osaka and Istanbul. The world has opened up. Thank you, Prime Minister," Fernandes said in his tweet yesterday evening.

The approval paves the way for Malaysia to catch up on the connectivity gap with Singapore and for AirAsia X to stay ahead of competition, especially with Singapore Airlines plans to start a low-cost long-haul unit of its own.

It is understood that AirAsia X received an official letter from the Ministry of Transport regarding the approvals last Monday.

The letter stated that a ruling which had restricted air rights approval has been lifted.
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MAS to take delivery of first A380 in 2012
Published: 2011/06/23
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html

Malaysia Airlines expects to take delivery of its first A380 airplane from Airbus next June.

With the new plane, currently in the final stage of assembly and finishing at the Airbus headquarters here to be followed by internal fittings and painting in Hamburg, Germany, the airline will also introduce a new class of travel – the premium economy class.

Describing the plane as the "best MAS would have on its fleet", to Malaysian journalists during a tour of the Airbus A380 factory here Wednesday, MAS Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Zahruddin said there would be four classes of travel on the Kuala Lumpur-London route for which the plane would be used, namely "beyond first class", business class, premium economy and economy.

As it is an entirely new generation plane with very advanced set of systems, there would be a lot of testing on both sides.

Malaysian pilots and engineers will come here to learn and get familiar with the plane as well as for trouble shootings, he said.

MAS is also expected to take delivery of four additional A380 planes on a staggered basis next year followed by one more in 2013.

Asked on the fundings for the planes, he said MAS would be looking at various options including Islamic financing.

Meanwhile, the airline will take delivery of its fourth A330 plane from the Airbus' delivery centre here today. -- Bernama

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MAS to buy 10 B737-800s for US$800m
Published: 2011/06/21
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Malaysia Airlines will buy 10 additional Next-Generation 737-800s, exercising its option to purchase the additional planes under an original deal sealed with Boeing in 2008.

The order is valued at more than US$800 million at current list prices, a joint statement issued by Boeing and MAS at the Paris Air Show said today.

The new planes will be the first in Asia to sport the passenger-pleasing "Boeing Sky Interior" and fitted with Blended Winglets, said to improve fuel efficiency by four per cent, increase flying range and reduce carbon dioxide emissions and takeoff noise.

The announcement of the purchase order was made at the Paris Air Show by the Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice-President of Sales, Marlin Dailey, and MAS Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Zahruddin Raja Abdul Aziz.

Malaysian Ambassador to France Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Zainal witnessed the event.

"The option we exercised today marks another step in Malaysia Airlines's mission to strengthen and build upon the airline's award-winning service and passenger value, efforts that support the company's business transformation strategy to profitable operation," Tengku Azmil told Malaysian journalists covering the event.

With their economic advantages, including unmatched fuel efficiency, the airplanes would be right to support MAS business and our customers, he added. -- Bernama
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MAS to partner with all oneworld members
Published: 2011/06/21
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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) aims to form partnerships with all the 14 member airlines in oneworld following its recent move to join the alliance.

Senior vice-president of international affairs, Germal Singh Khera, said the partnerships were expected to enhance MAS' code-share business and drive its future growth.

"Our participation in oneworld is in line with the aim to continuously enhance customer experience, which will allow our customers to gain access to the alliance's global network," he told a media briefing here today.

He said MAS planned to discuss with all the members in oneworld the possible partnerships that could be formed with them.

"At present, we are known as a 'member elect' in the alliance, waiting for the formal membership agreement, which is expected to be completed by the end of next year," Germal said.

oneworld is one of the three major international alliances which provide convenient marketing branding to facilitate travellers making inter-airline code-share connections with countries. -- Bernama

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