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Old February 1st, 2013, 05:41 AM   #2501
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Old February 5th, 2013, 09:54 AM   #2507
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AirAsia Group flew 33.8 million passengers in 2012; fleet size reached 113 units
Business Times | February 5, 2013
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KUALA LUMPUR: Asia's largest low-cost carrier, AirAsia Group, has carried 33.8 million passengers in the financial year ended December 31 2012, up 13 per cent from 29.86 million passengers in 2011.

The budget carrier said the increase was in line with its capacity, which rose 13 per cent to 42.42 million from 37.50 million in 2011. Load factor was unchanged at 80 per cent last year.

AirAsia said in a statement its affiliates - Malaysia AirAsia, Thai AirAsia and Indonesia AirAsia - took in an additional 17 aircraft, bringing the total fleet size of the group to 113 at the end of last year.



Malaysia AirAsia posted a high load factor of 82 per cent for the fourth quarter ended December 31 2012. It carried 5.2 million passengers last year, up seven per cent from 4.85 million passengers a year ago.

It said the increase in capacity is to cater to the additional frequencies on existing routes and the opening of five new routes, which are:
- Kuala Lumpur-Lombok,
- Kuala Lumour-Nanning,
- Kuala Lumpur-Kunming,
- Kota Kinabalu-Guangzhou, and
- Kuala Lumpur-Solo (relaunched).

Malaysia AirAsia also added five new aircraft in the quarter under review and closed the year with a total of 64 aircraft.

Meanwhile, Thai AirAsia has 2.3 million passengers last year, an increase of 25 per cent from 1.8 million in 2011. Load factor rose four per cent to 82 per cent from 78 per cent two years ago. It also added five new aircraft to its fleet, which totalled 27 by the end of 2012.

Thai AirAsia started three new routes, which are:
- Bangkok-Mandalay,
- Bangkok-Wuhan, and
- Bangkok-X'ian
since operating from Don Muang Airport on October 1, 2012.

Indonesia AirAsia posted a strong load factor of 76 per cent in the fourth quarter with 1.6 million passengers, up 29 per cent from 1.3 million passengers in 2011.

Its capacity increase of 31 per cent from 1.6 million in 2011 to 2.1 million last year is to support higher frequencies and seven new routes last year. These include:
- Surabaya-Johor Baru,
- Medan-Pekan Baru,
- Medan-Banda Aceh,
- Surabaya-Semarang,
- Surabaya-Jakarta,
- Ujung Padang-Balikpapan, and
- Ujung Padang-Jakarta.

It has three additional aircraft in the quarter, ending the year with a total of 22 aircraft.
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PETALING JAYA: After several failed attempts, Australia's Qantas wants to work with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to expand its network within Asia.

At the other end of the aviation spectrum half-way around the world, however, British Airways (BA) may cut ties with Qantas over its code share. If this materialises, it will augur well for MAS to work towards filling this void on the London-Asia-Australia connection.

MAS group chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, when contacted by StarBiz, said, “We are open to the idea of working with Qantas on Asian routes.

“We need to engage it first to fully understand how the proposed partnership would benefit both airlines, given the current partnerships in place. The benefits must also include our customers.”

To recap, MAS and Qantas had failed to strike a deal in the past. The last negotiation in March 2011 saw MAS walking away from the negotiating table because the deal was not in its favour.

But the situation is somewhat different now, as MAS is a member of oneworld and both Qantas and BA are founding members. It was Qantas that had sponsored MAS' entry into oneworld. Rising costs and intense competition have rendered it necessary for airlines to work together in the current climate. As alliance members, they will have to carry each other's traffic. MAS was selected as a member because of its wide linkages into South-East Asia.

The likelihood of a deal being struck now is higher, more so since Qantas, which plies the Australia-Singapore route at the moment, is not likely to partner Singapore Airlines (SIA) for the Asian connectivity since SIA is already allied with Qantas' rival, Virgin Australia.

Qantas announced a new strategy on Monday to work with Asian carriers, including MAS, Japan Airlines, Jet Airways, China Eastern and Cathay Pacific, for its Asian connectivity. It is considering new destinations such as Beijing, Seoul, Mumbai, Delhi and Tokyo-Haneda as well.

Those in the know claim that Qantas may ride on MAS' network to service the South-East Asia region and even for flights into India.

As Qantas reworks its routing and timing, the British carrier may also be looking at alternatives for connectivity into Asia and Australia since Qantas now has a new partner in Emirates.

Both Qantas and BA have a 17-year code-share agreement that ends on March 31. The Australian Financial Review has reported that BA has told Qantas that it would not reinstate the code-share agreement between the two airlines for connecting flights from Asia to London when the agreement ends.

But a BA spokesperson said that “we are currently transitioning our relationship with Qantas and it's nonsense to suggest that we are cancelling all our codeshares.”

All the talks surrounding a possible end to the BA-Qantas code share arose after Qantas entered a deal with Emirates months ago. Under the alliance with Emirates, which is still awaiting final approval from the Australian competition regulator, Qantas flights to London will transit via Dubai instead of Singapore beginning March 31.

That leaves BA at a loss, although for Qantas, the Emirates deal appears to be a significant step forward in fixing its international business.

Hence, it is no surprise, say experts, that BA may look at new arrangements for access into Asia and Australia, with the KL International Airport (KLIA) once again appearing on its radar screens. BA departed from KLIA more than a decade ago, albeit retaining its London-Singapore route.

“In my discussions with BA, it has indicated keenness to come back to Kuala Lumpur, but is still evaluating the viability of its operations. It will also depend on the availability of aircraft and suitable slots,” Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd managing director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad said in replies to queries from StarBiz.

The CAPA Centre for Aviation, in a report, said code share talks between BA and MAS have not begun, but the two carriers expect to discuss cooperating on the Kuala Lumpur-London route as well as to regional destinations in Asia and points beyond Heathrow.

It added that MAS also had more regional international capacity in South-East Asia than any other full-service carrier except SIA, which is only about 15% larger. MAS has about 10% more seat capacity in the regional international market than Thai Airways and is significantly larger than Garuda and Vietnam Airlines, both of which are more focused on their domestic markets.

BA's return would be a big boost to KLIA, and for MAS, a code share with BA for the London-Asia-Australia sector would help its load factor rise, which hopefully translates into better yields and earnings, said an expert. This is notwithstanding the fact that they have access to each other's network by virtue of being oneworld members.

MAS' passenger load factor for December, at 81.4% was the highest ever in its recorded history since April 2002. For full-year 2012, the figure stood at 74.7%.
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Old February 15th, 2013, 02:31 AM   #2510
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The Star | Tue, Feb 19 2013

PETALING JAYA - Travellers flying with Malaysia Airlines will be able to enjoy Malaysian culinary dishes with the extension of its "Chef-on-Call" service to business class passengers.

The dishes are not only offered for flights from Malaysia but also from selected cities such as Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Auckland.


The menu includes nasi lemak, assam pedas fish, beef kurma, chicken curry kapitan, stir-fried chicken, wok-fried egg noodles, ayam kechap, mutton curry and stir-fried egg noodles with seared prawns.

MAS customer services director Datuk Salleh Ahmad Tabrani said the service was originally available to Enrich Platinum members travelling in first and business classes in 2006.

"We then extended the service to first class passengers on the Kuala Lumpur-London and Kuala Lumpur-Sydney routes in 2011," he said.

Salleh added that this was yet another enhancement to make MAS services competitive and attractive.

"The Chef-on-Call menu for both our first and business classes is revised every two months to ensure our guests have a variety of meal selections," he said.

Passengers wishing to book meals will be notified by MAS through e-mail 72 hours in advance and can do so at its website or contact its call centre 24 hours before departure.
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Old March 18th, 2013, 03:34 PM   #2515
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WORLD'S BEST AIRPORTS - 2012
http://www.worldairportawards.com/Aw...20airports.htm



1 Incheon International Airport
2 Singapore Changi Airport
3 Hong Kong International Airport

4 Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
5 Beijing Capital International Airport
6 Munich Airport
7 Zurich Airport
8 Kuala Lumpur International Airport
9 Vancouver International Airport
10 Central Japan International Airport



Best Airport Staff Service 2012
ASIA
http://www.worldairportawards.com/Aw...2/svc_asia.htm



Mr Mohd Suhaimi Abd Mubin, General Manager,
Malaysia Airports receives the Best Airport Staff Asia Award


1 Kuala Lumpur International Airport
2 Incheon International Airport
3 Singapore Changi Airport
4 Hong Kong International Airport
5 Central Japan International Airport

The World's Best Airline Cabin Staff 2012
http://www.worldairlineawards.com/Aw...nstaff2012.htm



Mr Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, Group CEO of Malaysia Airlines receives 5-Star
Airline ranking, and MAS win the World's Best Cabin Staff Award


1 Malaysia Airlines
2 Asiana Airlines
3 EVA Air
4 Singapore Airlines
5 ANA All Nippon Airways
6 Thai Airways
7 Qatar Airways
8 Garuda Indonesia
9Cathay Pacific
10 Hainan Airlines

The World's Best Low-Cost Airlines 2012
http://www.worldairlineawards.com/Aw...owcost2012.htm



Mr Tony Fernandes, Group CEO of AirAsia collects the Award for
World's Best Low-Cost Airline at the 2012 World Airline Awards


1 AirAsia
2 Virgin America
3 Jetstar Airways
4 AirAsiaX
5 easyJet
6 WestJet
7 Jetstar Asia
8 Southwest Airlines
9 Azul Airlines
10 Indigo Airlines
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Malaysia top in 3 categories? What's up with that?
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By Niki Koswanage and Tim Hepher | Reuters – Thu, Mar 21, 2013

By Niki Koswanage and Tim Hepher

KUALA LUMPUR/PARIS (Reuters) - AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes questioned his rival's growth plans after Lion Air struck a $24 billion Airbus order, while pledging to preserve his own ties with the European jetmaker.

As competition intensifies between Southeast Asia's largest budget carriers, Lion Air co-founder Rusdi Kirana shot back by targeting sharp growth in AirAsia's domestic Malaysian market.

In a realignment of industry loyalties, Indonesia's Lion Air loosened exclusive ties with Boeing this week to place a 234-plane order with Airbus, which is also sole supplier to AirAsia.

Asked if he was upset about the blockbuster deal between his top supplier and his closest rival, Fernandes said, "Why should I be? I think Lion has probably bitten off more than they can chew. We are focused on ourselves".
Lion Air co-founder Rusdi Kirana mocked any suggestion that the airline had over-extended itself.

"Is he an angel? Does he know the future?" Kirana said when asked about Fernandes's comments.

The two airline chiefs discussed the deal in separate interviews with Reuters.
Lion Air is preparing to launch services in Malaysia on Friday through a partially owned venture, Malindo Air, while AirAsia says it is filling planes successfully in Indonesia.

Kirana said Malindo hoped to operate 100 Boeing aircraft within 10 years.
The rapid rise of both airline groups has been channeled through exclusive partnerships with jetmakers Airbus and Boeing -- making the two airline bosses star players in a broader power struggle in the $100 billion jet industry.

Those battle lines were abruptly redrawn when Lion Air announced the Airbus order in Paris on Monday, doubling up on a similar order placed with Boeing just over a year ago.

AirAsia has taken delivery of over 100 Airbus A320 aircraft out of a total of 475 it has ordered.

Airlines can save money by running one type of fleet but can also obtain good pricing by forcing suppliers to compete.

SINGLE TYPE

Fernandes, who bought AirAsia together with its fleet of two Boeing 737s in 2001 and then built it into the largest operator of Airbus A320s, pledged to stick with the European planemaker.

Asked whether he might consider Boeing for future orders, he reiterated he wanted to stick with one type of aircraft. The Malaysian entrepreneur studied new jets from Canada's Bombardier before striking his most recent Airbus deal, however.

"I run a proper business not an emotional business," Fernandes told Reuters in an electronic interview.

"They have to sell planes. How can I stop them?," he said of Airbus's three-year courtship of Lion Air.

Low-cost airlines prefer operating one type of aircraft to reduce the cost of parts and separate crews. But the sheer size of some of the world's largest fleets has raised questions over whether one supplier can meet the needs of the largest airlines.

Air Berlin and Norwegian Air have a mixed portfolio of jets.

Bankers and lessors have expressed concerns that a series of record-breaking orders risks flooding Southeast Asia with too many narrowbody planes, despite projections of sharp growth.

"The world is big. There is a lot of space for everybody. We should accept that competition is normal," Kirana said.

Asia is expected to double its fleet in the next 20 years.

(Additional reporting by Anshuman Daga; Editing by David Cowell)
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MAS links to five more cities in the US
Published: 2013/03/25
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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is offering seamless one-stop air connectivity between Kuala Lumpur and several American cities through a code-sharing arrangement with American Airlines, one of its partner airlines in the oneworld alliance.

The national carrier said the code-sharing, effective today, will enable customers in Malaysia and the US to book direct with them and take advantage of the 136 weekly connection options between Kuala Lumpur and Chicago, Dallas, New York, Miami and Raleigh through any one of its three European stations, namely London, Paris and Frankfurt.

MAS said all code-sharing services between Europe and the US will be marketed as Malaysia Airlines flights, thus simplifying ticketing to one document issued by the national carrier.

Commenting on the arrangement, MAS Group chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said this provides an excellent opportunity to expand its US network without having to mount its own flights to the various cities there.

It also gives the US customers more options to choose from to travel to Malaysia and is also expected to greatly contribute towards increased tourist arrivals into Malaysia, he said in a
statement.

MAS suspended flights to New York some years back as part of its route rationalisation but has now reactivated the route through the code-sharing which allows a total of 15 weekly connection options to that city via its twice daily A380 flights to London and daily A380 flights to Paris.

The return from New York to Kuala Lumpur is also now possible through 21 weekly connections to the national carrier’s A380 flights from London and Paris.

Likewise, customers from Malaysia can now travel on MAS' A380 services to London and Paris as well as the B777 services to Frankfurt to connect the 19 weekly services to Dallas.

Return travel from Dallas to Kuala Lumpur is possible through 14 weekly connections to Malaysia Airlines' flights from London, Paris and Frankfurt.

Access from Malaysia to the idyllic holiday destination of Miami in Florida is now possible through either a transit in London or Paris which provide 14 weekly flights to the US city.

There are also 12 weekly air travel options from Miami to connect Malaysia Airlines A380 flights from both London and Paris to Kuala Lumpur.

As for Chicago, it can now be reached through MAS' A380 flights from Kuala Lumpur to London and Paris using 16 weekly connections between the two European cities and the US city in each direction.

Raleigh-Durham in North Carolina, US, is yet another city that will be connected with Kuala Lumpur through this code sharing, through twice weekly services from the UK capital and for the return travel on any one of the daily flights to London and continue their journey with Malaysia Airlines to Kuala Lumpur.

This code-sharing cooperation is part of the strategy of Malaysia's national carrier to develop commercial cooperation with oneworld alliance members.

It is also part of the national carrier’s initiative towards enhancing air connectivity with key priority markets overseas for increased tourist arrivals into Malaysia as required by the government’s Economic Transformation Programme.-- Bernama
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