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Old May 3rd, 2006, 11:44 AM   #441
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Anyone heard of a projected completion date for the first and business class upgrade of MH's 747s and 777s? I had heard April, 2006 - but when I call MH they tell me it is 90% for their 747s. That is the same thing they told me two months ago!
there are 17 boeing 747 passenger aircrafts in MAS fleet...so 90 percent completed that mean 15 are already refurbished...
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AirAsia passenger load up 55% in Q3

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Bhd said its group passenger load for the third quarter to March this year jumped 55.3% to 2.53 million people from 1.63 million in the same period last year.

In a statement, the budget carrier said growth in passenger volume for Malaysia was 41.9% in the quarter to 1.56 million people from 1.1 million in the corresponding period last year, while its Thailand operations posted passenger volume growth of 60.6% to 658,672 from 410,005 previously.

Indonesia saw a 160.9% surge in passenger growth to 313,099 during the quarter from 119,992 in the comparative year-earlier period.

In another developmentAirAsia said it would use largely its own fleet to operate the domestic routes that the government allowed it to take over from Malaysia Airline (MAS).

AirAsia may also acquire one or two planes from MAS, AirAsia chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes told reporters in Labuan. In March, AirAsia said it might buy or lease as many as eight planes from MAS.

“We believe we can do it within our existing fleet of Airbuses,'' Fernandes said. “We'll accelerate some of our Airbuses and we deferred some planes going to Thailand and Indonesia,'' he said.

AirAsia placed a US$3.8bil order for 60 Airbus planes in March 2005, with options for 40 more. It plans to replace all its Boeing 737 planes with Airbus A320s.

Fernandes also said the carrier had no plans to fly to India. AFP reported on March 19, citing AirAsia deputy chief executive Kamarudin Meranun as saying he hoped to introduce more flights to China and then to India. – Agencies
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MAS to improve e-payment system for ticketless transactions

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MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) aims to incorporate a financial process exchange (FPX) system into its e-ticketing platform this year to further improve its electronic payment channels.

Assistant general manager of distribution, Md Saat Abd Samad, said the move will further complement its ticketless transaction initiative by enabling customers to make payments via ATMs.

Currently, MAS’ electronic transaction payment can only be made via credit cards and Malayan Banking Bhd’s (Maybank) ATMs.

He said the facilities and services provided by FPX would allow the airline to skip through the process of promoting its e-ticketing platform to banks individually.

“The FPX has a huge pool of participating banks. It will be easier to just approach them (MEPS) rather than talk to the banks individually.

“We hope to be able to conclude this deal within this year in order to provide more convenience to our customers,” Md Saat told a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, yesterday.

FPX is a project initiated by Bank Negara Malaysia, in collaboration with MEPS, that facilitates online payments for e-commerce transactions, including business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions, on a secure and multi-platform payment infra structure.

MEPS, as the national infrastructure service provider, is responsible for performing all switching, clearing and settlement of FPX transactions.

The participating banks include Bumiputra-Commerce Bank, Public Bank, Bank Islam Malaysia, Deutsche Bank Malaysia, Hong Leong Bank and Maybank.

Meanwhile, Md Saat said the first day of its implementation of the ticketless transaction facility for domestic travel on Monday went smoothly. A total 2,250 tickets worth RM500,000 in revenue were issued on that day.

He said most of the tickets were issued by MAS distribution channels located in major gateways such as the KL International Airport (KLIA), Bayan Lepas International Airport in Penang, Kuching airport and Senai airport in Johor Baru.

MAS is targeting a RM35 million, or 15 per cent, reduction in annual distribution cost with the ticketless facility. It expects to see a huge increase in electronic transactions, from the current annual average of 5 per cent to 30 per cent over the next one year.
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AirAsia mulls turning Labuan into hub


May 4 2006


BUDGET airline AirAsia Bhd is mulling turning Labuan into a hub from where it could fly to places such as Macau and Guangzhou in China and the Philippines.

The carrier is actively looking for potential hubs, chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes told reporters on the sidelines of a financial seminar about Labuan's international offshore financial centre.

"It is not imminent, but it is one of the plans. Hopefully we can get a great deal from the airport," he said.

Having Labuan as a hub would allow AirAsia, Asia's biggest low-cost carrier, to tap into markets in Brunei and Sabah, the tourist market as well as provide connectivity for the fast-growing offshore financial centre.

Labuan is also fast developing as a tourist attraction and airplanes to the island are not just filled with bankers doing business in the offshore financial market.

"People are coming here for tourism. Half the passengers on the plane were coming here for a holiday. They said it was nice, it's peaceful, it has a nice park, it has a beach and things are fairly cheap. It actually amazed me because I never thought of it like that," Fernandes added.

To a question, Fernandes said nothing has been confirmed so far as to reports about him building low-cost hotels.

Sources told Business Times that Tune Air Sdn Bhd, the major shareholder of AirAsia, and in which Tony has a stake, may build low-cost hotels.

"Do I think it complements AirAsia, obviously. Yes, I see a business opportunity. I see it complements AirAsia. Should it be part of AirAsia, absolutely not. We must stay focused as an airline," he said.

However, Tony said he may consider being a private investor if such an opportunity comes along. - By Shahriman Johari
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Old May 7th, 2006, 03:22 AM   #445
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AirAsia to sign new deal with Man United
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s low-cost airline AirAsia is expected to conclude a new sponsorship deal with English football club Manchester United next week.

This will once again earn them global visibility during the English Premier League 2006/07 season.

AirAsia is likely to be the sole Malaysian company associated with an English football club as national car maker Proton has reportedly declined offers to renew their advertising contract with Norwich City. The contract concludes this season.

Proton was the first Malaysian company to be associated with the EPL three years ago, while national carrier Malaysia Airlines is associated with ESPN Star Sports in a two-year broadcast sponsorship contract.

Sources said the AirAsia sponsorship deal will see additional benefits thrown in for the new season, and the airline would remain one of the 10 premier sponsors displayed over Manchester United’s official website(www.manutd.com ).

Besides being allowed to paint their aircraft in Manchester United colours, United’s merchandise will also be sold on board AirAsia flights.

The carrier’s logo will also be displayed on the digital “A” boards at the club’s home ground, Old Trafford.

The low-cost carrier has been keen to be associated with the EPL as the league has a worldwide television audience of more than 350 million viewers in over 100 countries.

Discussions are under way with senior AirAsia officials leaving for Manchester last night.

AirAsia group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes, who is also scheduled to be in Britain next week, declined comment on ongoing
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An announcement on the Manchester United-AirAsia collaboration in the EPL
2006/07 season is expected to coincide with the presence of the national Under-20 football squad in Britain.
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Why is AirAsia signing a deal with Manchester United? They're like more than 10,000 miles away give or take. I could see British Midland sponsoring Manchester United but how many Manchester United fans know anything about flying around southeast Asia?


It's like Qantas supporting the New York Yankees or Southwest Airlines supporting the Pakistani Cricket team. Makes no sense to me.
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Why is AirAsia signing a deal with Manchester United? They're like more than 10,000 miles away give or take. I could see British Midland sponsoring Manchester United but how many Manchester United fans know anything about flying around southeast Asia?


It's like Qantas supporting the New York Yankees or Southwest Airlines supporting the Pakistani Cricket team. Makes no sense to me.
Well for AirAsia, it's good investment for the future.
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Why is AirAsia signing a deal with Manchester United? They're like more than 10,000 miles away give or take. I could see British Midland sponsoring Manchester United but how many Manchester United fans know anything about flying around southeast Asia?


It's like Qantas supporting the New York Yankees or Southwest Airlines supporting the Pakistani Cricket team. Makes no sense to me.
In South East Asia (Malaysia and Singapore in particular) everyone knows well English Premier League, Chelsea, MU and others...we got live EPL matches in TV
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AirAsia's doing so well. I am flying them myself later this year from Johor Bahru to Kota Kinabalu and returning from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur. I flew on them two years ago from Bangkok to Singapore as well.
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Why is AirAsia signing a deal with Manchester United? They're like more than 10,000 miles away give or take. I could see British Midland sponsoring Manchester United but how many Manchester United fans know anything about flying around southeast Asia?
It's like Qantas supporting the New York Yankees or Southwest Airlines supporting the Pakistani Cricket team. Makes no sense to me.
it does make sense.. for exposure if u r looking at it from a broader perspective.
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Why is AirAsia signing a deal with Manchester United? They're like more than 10,000 miles away give or take. I could see British Midland sponsoring Manchester United but how many Manchester United fans know anything about flying around southeast Asia?


It's like Qantas supporting the New York Yankees or Southwest Airlines supporting the Pakistani Cricket team. Makes no sense to me.

It's a promotional and marketing strategy. AirAsia is serving or will be serving UK Manchester- Malaysia route. It's like saying "hey folks, we are now serving the UK and Malaysia route, we are sponsoring Manchester United and they are flying AirAsia if this theme would visit malaysia, spread the word, tell your boss or companies we offer a good deal with airfare...." That kind of a deal.
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dont think they will be serving KUL-Manchester, cos they are a short-haul-no-frills-airline.. unless of coursse if AA is spreading its wing into becoming a long-haul-NFA in the future??
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MAS selects SITA as PSS partner
09 May 2006 8:43 PM
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Malaysia Airlines has selected SITA as its preferred partner to provide software solutions for its new Passenger Service System (PSS).

In a statement on May 9, MAS said the PSS software solution would allow it to upgrade its operational capability and business processes for an investment of over RM300 million spread over 10 years.

The national carrier said SITA would provide IT software from its Horizon portfolio of passenger management solutions to consolidate Malaysia Airlines' business requirements.

It said the solutions would keep the national carrier abreast of the industry best practices. It will also provide flexibility to support its growing business requirements in the most cost effective manner.

MAS said this would be achieved with the phased introduction of the PSS solutions, amongst others e-ticketing and pricing decision support, and also replace some core components of its existing KOMMAS reservations and inventory management system within three to five years.

MAS said the state-of-art PSS would support its Business Turnaround Plan (BTP) through a structured implementation strategy focused on several enhanced revenue improvement modules.

It said the PSS would thus automate validation of business processes and rules to optimise yield and load.

It said customers would be able to take advantage of the E-commerce platform convenience for effective self-administration of their bookings, which will also reduce distribution costs.

MAS managing director Idris Jala said, “SITA will provide business critical solutions to address our yield and load issues and fast-track the BTP initiatives. We will have better control of pricing and fare management functions for faster decision making to offer competitive fares in all markets at all times.”

“In addition, the solutions will also prepare Malaysia Airlines’ readiness for total e-ticketing by December 2007 as required by the International Air Transport Association (IATA),” he added.

Richard Stokes, SITA senior vice president for Passenger and Travel Solutions, said: "We have no doubt that the airline will greatly benefit from our e-commerce platform which will put them on the cutting edge of self-service technology and introduce e-ticketing to a much wider travelling public."
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AirAsia Increases Fuel Surcharge


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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Southeast Asia's largest low-cost carrier, Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd., raised fuel surcharges by up to 33 percent to cope with rising global crude oil prices, a senior official said Wednesday.

The fuel price hike was the airline's second in three months, after an earlier increase in March.

The surcharge came into effect Monday, AirAsia's chief financial officer Raja Azmi said. Fuel surcharges for international routes will increase to 40 ringgit (US$11; euro8.66), an increase of 25 percent, Raja Azmi added.

He said the increases were necessary from rising jet fuel prices which hit US$90 a barrel last week from US$70 in March. Jet fuel prices usually rise in tandem with crude oil prices, which are now hovering around US$70 a barrel.

"The increase should have marginally positive impact on our earnings," said Raja Azmi.

The fuel surcharge for its domestic sectors rose to as much as 33 percent on some routes. Passengers flying between Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia on Borneo island will pay a 25 ringgit (US$6.94; euro5.47) surcharge.
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May 09, 2006 18:45 PM

MAS Is Finalising VSS For Its Staff

BINTULU, May 9 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is finalising the Voluntary Separation Scheme (VSS) for its staff and it is expected to be ready in a month's time, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said Tuesday.

He said the national carrier is currently working on the details to be included in the scheme.

When asked on the number of staff affected, he said: "We don't know yet."

Chan, who is MCA deputy president, was speaking to reporters after accompanying the Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for Kidurong, Paul Yong Khing Kee to the nomination centre for the ninth Sarawak state election.

The reduction of manpower is one of the strategies taken by MAS under its domestic rationalisation plan that was announced by the Prime Minister's Department in March this year.

It was also reported that about 6,500 MAS employees would be affected by the downsizing exercise.

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May 09, 2006 16:35 PM
MAS A Test Case For GLC Reform

KUALA LUMPUR, May 9 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airline System Bhd's (MAS) proposed mutual separation scheme will be a test case for the Government, which ultimately will put pressures on other government-linked companies (GLCs) to follow suit, according to Citigroup Investment Research Asia Pacific.

"While the national airline's move would only bear fruit in the long term, it does signal that the long-awaited GLC reforms are finally making progress," it said in a research on Malaysia Strategy Equity.

MAS is expected to retrench a third of its 23,000 workforce which would save the airline RM500 million a year, it said.

The move is pending government approval this week.

Citigroup also said the stocks in Malaysia are not expensive anymore and the recent rise in the ringgit was one of the catalysts driving the strong market momentum.

It said the big-capitalised stocks offer better upside than the small-cap stocks and preferred Tenaga Nasional Bhd from among the GLCs.

"Among GLCs, Tenaga and Telekom Malaysia Bhd have substantial workforces at 26,220 and 34,771 respectively.

"Any move to trim the workforces would help boost their bottomlines," it added.

It set a target price of RM11.50 for Tenaga and RM10 for Telekom.

"The target for Tenaga is equivalent to 19 times the estimated earning per share of the utility giant for the financial year 2007," it said.

It rated Tenaga as low risk according to its quantitative analysis, which tracks 260-day share price volatility.

"The risks that can prevent Tenaga reaching the target price include regulatory risk impeding fuel cost pass-through. Tenaga is facing higher fuel costs as the price of energy rises in global market at the moment.

"The other is the effects of currency volatility as Tenaga has the equivalent of imported capital expenditure and imported fuel costs and the equivalent of RM14 billion foreign debt. Ringgit weakness would increase these costs," it said.

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AirAsia-Man Utd deal to be worth US$5.6m
May 12 2006


MALAYSIAN low-cost carrier AirAsia will renew a sponsorship deal with Manchester United worth US$5.6 million (RM20 million) in a move officials are hopeful will further woo foreign tourists to Asia.

“Hopefully, we can ink the deal in a week. The number of tourists flying on AirAsia after we signed the deal with Manchester United last year is very encouraging,” AirAsia’s chief executive officer, Datuk Tony Fernandes, said yesterday in Kuala Lumpur.

Fernandes declined to reveal the cost of the one-year deal, but said it was within its annual RM60 million budget allocated for advertisements and promotions.

Industry sources familiar with the deal said the contract could cost AirAsia some US$4.6 million to US$5.6 million.

AirAsia’s group deputy chief executive officer, Kamarudin Meranun, said there had been an influx of European tourists to Asia in the past year, most of whom are British.

“A lot of them used to go to Spain, but are now coming to Asia after seeing AirAsia advertisements at Old Trafford,” he said.

The previous one-year sponsorship deal was for the English League Premier season from August 2005 to May 2006. The new deal will be from August 2006 to May 2007.

Fernandes said the profit-making AirAsia also hoped to leverage on Manchester United’s massive fan base in Asia.

“As the official low fare airline for Manchester United, AirAsia hopes to create opportunities and exciting avenues to reach out and connect with the team’s loyal fan base in Asia,” he said.

Manchester United players including Cristiano Ronaldo and Rio Ferdinand on Wednesday inked the interior walls of an AirAsia Airbus A320 jet at Manchester airport in England, which arrived from Malaysia.

Since last December, AirAsia has taken delivery of six of the 100 A320 aircraft it ordered. It plans to have 15 of the craft in service by the end of 2006, and slowly phase out its Boeing 737-400s.

AirAsia in February said its profits rose to RM53.4 million in the second quarter to December from RM44.4 million a year ago, due to higher loads and fares during the festive season.

AirAsia was launched as a budget carrier in December 2001 with just two aircraft. It offers more than 100 domestic and international flights to Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines. — AFP
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This airline is too unrealiable in many ways especially when it comes to punctuality. In my experience, only 20 - 30 % of the flights are puntcual. Their planes are always scheduled to arrive 20 or 15 minutes before departure and there are many factors that delay planes by 15 to 20 minutes( wind, airport congestion). If you are flying from a busy airport, there is zero hope your plane will depart on time. That's why most full fee airline usually allow 45 minutes between the scheduled landing and scheduled departure.
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The Airasia I took Flight. It arrive just 10 mins before the actual boarding time.....



Preparing for boarding





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Tight Seat Pitch (Common for budget flights)

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