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Old October 28th, 2006, 06:02 AM   #561
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Its Indonesian outfit passenger numbers soared 252% to 166,408 customers from 47,225 previously.
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MALAYSIA AIRLINES RETAINS KUALA LUMPUR-STOCKHOLM-NEWARK ROUTE

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8 Nov, 2006
MALAYSIA AIRLINES RETAINS KUALA LUMPUR-STOCKHOLM-NEWARK ROUTE IN SUPPORT OF VMY 2007

Malaysia Airlines will retain the Kuala Lumpur-Stockholm-Newark return route in its international network beyond 15 January 2007.

The national carrier had earlier announced that it will cease flight operations on this route but will now continue operating its thrice weekly flights on Monday, Thursday and Saturday using a 282-seater Boeing B777-200 aircraft.

In clarifying the decision to maintain this route, Malaysia Airlines Managing Director/CEO Mr. Idris Jala said, “Our earlier decision was guided by the initial findings from our route profitability exercise. However in response to a call from the government to reconsider our decision, we reviewed this route.”
“We have now teamed up with Tourism Malaysia to aggressively market Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2007 in these two markets and we now have very encouraging forward booking enquiries for next year”, he added.

In addition, Malaysia Airlines also received encouraging consideration and support from the airport authorities for the continued ‘Malaysian’ presence at Arlanda, Stockholm and Newark, USA.

For the months of January to July this year, there was a 16.8% increase of tourist arrivals in Malaysia from the US and similarly, there was a 20.8% increase from the Scandinavian region. Based on this trend, tourist arrivals from these two markets is expected to further increase during VMY 2007 and Malaysia Airlines will leverage on this anticipated demand for the profitability of KLIA-Stockholm-Newark route.

“To further boost ‘leisure focused and business interested’ traffic arrivals and increase our passenger loads, we are also pursuing various options to increase connectivity between KLIA and US East Coast. We are in active discussions with a few trans-Atlantic carriers to develop links with cities in the US East Coast via Amsterdam. For KLIA-Stockholm, we will increase the use of our existing code-share option with KLM to provide additional connectivity between Kuala Lumpur and Stockholm via Amsterdam,” added Idris Jala.

With the retention of the KLIA-Stockholm-Newark route and the possibility of alternative connectivity between US East Coast and Malaysia, the national carrier will continue to enhance efforts to promote inbound traffic into Malaysia from the USA and the Scandinavian region for VMY 2007.

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Old November 8th, 2006, 04:44 PM   #564
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does malaysia airlines go to saudi arabia ??

if yes wich city ?
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Old November 8th, 2006, 10:08 PM   #565
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does malaysia airlines go to saudi arabia ??

if yes wich city ?
according to their map they serve only Jeddah
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Old November 9th, 2006, 01:30 PM   #566
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MAS keeps New York route for VMY 2007
Thursday November 9, 2006
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines is retaining its Kuala Lumpur-Stockholm-Newark (New York) sector to support Visit Malaysia Year 2007.

MAS managing director Idris Jala said the national carrier would continue operating the Monday, Thursday and Saturday flights using a 282-seater Boeing B777-200 aircraft.

MAS had earlier announced that it would stop operating the route effective Jan 15.

“Our earlier decision was guided by the initial findings from our route profitability exercise. However, in response to a call from the Government to reconsider our decision, we reviewed this route,” he said in a statement yesterday.

“We have now teamed up with Tourism Malaysia to aggressively market Visit Malaysia Year 2007 in these two markets, and we now have very encouraging forward booking enquiries.”

Idris said there was a 16.8% increase in tourist arrivals here from the United States and a 20.8% increase from the Scandinavian region up to July.

“Based on this trend, tourist arrivals from these two markets are expected to further increase during VMY 2007,” he said.
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Old November 9th, 2006, 01:32 PM   #567
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Thai Air Asia all set to fly to Langkawi
Thursday November 9, 2006
By WANI MUTHIAH
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BANGKOK: Thai Air Asia will launch its latest route from here to Langkawi as part of its plan to promote tourism within Asia.

Thai Air Asia CEO Tassapon Bijleveld said the budget airline was awaiting approval from the Langkawi Tourism Board.

“Once we have the approval, we will start a direct flight from Bangkok to Langkawi,” he told journalists from Malaysia, China and Singapore who were here recently.

“Hopefully, we will get the approval soon, so that we can start by December.”

The journalists were here at Thai Air Asia’s invitation to tour Thailand’s newly opened state-of-the-art Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Bijleveld said the decision to launch the new route was also made because of the Thais' familiarity with Langkawi.

“If you ask Thais which Malaysian places they are familiar with, they would mention Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi.”

He said the airline hoped to reach a load factor of more than 70% three to six months after operating the route.

Bijleveld added that the target group for the new route would be Malaysians and Thais.

“Tourists from Malaysia and Thailand can visit Langkawi or Bangkok and strengthen tourism on both sides.”

On another matter, Bijleveld said Thai Air Asia was looking at moving its operations back to Don Muang Airport.

“We have sent a proposal to Thailand's airport authority seeking a return to the old airport,” he said, adding that Thailand’s two other low-cost airlines Nok Air and One-Two-Go also wanted to do so.

Bijleveld said this was because Suvarnabhumi Airport was getting too congested with passengers.

He said Thai Air Asia hoped to go back to the Don Muang Airport by late next month or early January.
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Old November 9th, 2006, 01:52 PM   #568
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does malaysia airlines go to saudi arabia ??

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Malaysia Airlines fly thrice a week for Jeddah/Kuala Lumpur vv. But if you want to travel to Malaysia I think Emirates is the cheapest option.
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Old November 10th, 2006, 02:50 AM   #569
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MAS wins business turnaround award


November 10 2006


MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) has won the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa) Airline Turnaround of the Year 2006 award for being the best airliner in the region to significantly transform its business for the better during the year.



Capa executive director Peter Harbison said MAS has launched an aggressive turnaround plan which is already showing early positive signs.

"This means it could achieve its ultimate goal of returning to profitability well in advance of its 2008 target," Harbison said in a statement yesterday.

MAS managing director Idris Jala, meanwhile, said the carrier is tracking slightly ahead of its business turnaround plan target to return to profitability.

"For the first six months of 2006, our business turn- around initiatives saw passenger revenue and yield improve by 5 per cent and 17 per cent respectively," said Idris.

He said this while accepting the award on behalf of MAS at Capa's Aviation Awards of Excellence 2006 gala dinner in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Asia Pacific and Middle East Aviation Outlook Summit 2006.

The judging process for the Capa Aviation Awards for Excellence involve airports and airlines across the Asia-Pacific region.

The airlines' performances are reviewed constantly throughout the year via Capa's extensive data and information gathering and reporting and recommendations are then reviewed by an aviation advisory panel.

MAS' cargo revenue and yield also improved by 6 per cent and 11 per cent respectively, and during the same period it reduced its operating costs by RM338 million.

As a result, MAS improved on its first six months target of a RM610 million loss downwards to RM498 million.

MAS launched its three-year business turnaround plan in February after reporting a net loss of RM1.3 billion for its financial period April-December 2005 and a projected loss of RM1.7 billion in 2006.

The plan was based on five thrusts, namely, flying to win customers, mastering operational excellence, financing and aligning the business, unleashing talents and capabilities and winning coalitions.

The plan highlighted the need for the airline to achieve revenue of RM1.1 billion which will reduce 2006 losses to RM620 million.

The plan also has initiatives to consolidate MAS' business in 2007 so to achieve a modest profit of RM50 million in 2007 as well as embark on an expansion plan in 2008 to make a profit of RM500 million.
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AirAsia to step up fleet expansion


November 11 2006


SINGAPORE: Low-cost aviation pioneer AirAsia Bhd plans to accelerate its fleet expansion to accommodate a rapid increase in passenger traffic, the airline's group chief executive, Datuk Tony Fernandes, said yesterday.
Fernandes told the Aviation Outlook industry conference that he expected AirAsia to carry 16 million passengers in the financial year ending next June, up from 9.31 million in the last financial year.

The carrier has ordered 100 Airbus A320s, has options on another 30, and is considering buying yet more planes, Fernandes said. "We could do with a lot more aircraft."

AirAsia was launched as a budget carrier in December 2001 with just two aircraft. It now offers more than 100 domestic and international flights to Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines. - AFP
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Number of airlines set to soar
Friday November 10, 2006
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SINGAPORE: Air travellers between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore can expect a wider choice of airlines as early as next year.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said his ministry should be able to come up with a proposal on the implementation of the open-sky policy by year-end.

“I will then present it to the Cabinet, and maybe discussions between (Singaporean and Malaysian) officials can start next year,” he said, adding that the policy would most likely be implemented in stages.






GREAT ACHIEVEMENT: Chan (centre) posing for a picture with Bashir (left)
and Idris after the award presentation at the dinner in Kuala Lumpur last
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Chan was speaking to the press yesterday after a brief closed-door meeting with his Singaporean counterpart Raymond Lim.

Asked about the impact of the policy on Malaysia Airlines (MAS) as it had only been restructured recently, Chan said he would consider the airline's views on the matter.

Currently, direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore are exclusively provided by MAS and Singapore Airlines. Initially, the plan was to open the route to other airlines in 2008.

Chan was later named Aviation Minister of the Year by the Australian-based Centre of Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa) for his efforts in domestic aviation reforms and infrastructure development at a dinner here.

Malaysia also won two other awards, with the KL International Airport taking home the Low-Cost Airport of The Year award and MAS winning the Airline Turnaround of the Year award.

Speaking to the press later, Chan said he was happy with the recognition from Capa, and thanked AirAsia, MAS and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAB) for working closely with the ministry.

MAS managing director Idris Jala said he was honoured to receive the award, and credited his staff for the hard work put in.

On the extra competition MAS will face when the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore route is opened to other airlines, Idris said: “I am optimistic.

MAB managing director and CEO Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad said KLIA's low-cost carrier terminal would continue to improve after a good start this year.

“We are looking to expand, both in terms of capacity and services,” he said.
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AirAsia requires more planes, says CEO
By Jimmy Yeow, 13 Nov 2006 12:18 PM
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AirAsia Bhd requires more aircraft, above the 100 firm orders for Airbus A320s and 30 options, to serve its existing networks and expansion, its group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes said.

“I have a feeling that I need more aircraft. It all depends whether I get 20 flights a day to Singapore and ….also Hong Kong Airport,” he said on Nov 10, adding that he was optimistic on the liberalisation of the Singapore-Malaysia route.

However, he did not disclose how many and what type of aircraft it wanted. AirAsia has 50 aircraft now.

Fernandes said AirAsia was also negotiating with Airbus to accelerate the delivery of the A320s on order.

“We can easily change to Boeing, as we can easily sell the 100 firm orders for Airbus orders as a lot of people want them,” he said at the sidelines of the Third Annual Asia Pacific and Middle East Aviation Outlook Summit in Singapore.

AirAsia is projected to carry 16 million passengers for the financial year ending June 30, 2007 from 9.31 million in FY06.

He added AirAsia had received nine proposals for joint ventures and these were on consultancy basis. AirAsia has joint ventures in Thailand and Indonesia.
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Tune Hotels to give tourism a boost

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PETALING JAYA: A gap in the range of tourism facilities will be filled when Tune Hotels.Com sets up a chain of no-frills hotels in the country and, later, at the rest of AirAsia Bhd’s destinations.

While Tune Hotels will develop some of the hotels, it will also franchise its brand and expertise to property owners from whom it has started to receive offers.

“We have about 10 hotels on the table now for us to do deals,” said Tune Hotels major shareholder Datuk Tony Fernandes, who is also a major shareholder of AirAsia.

“Once you’ve got the model right, you could be rolling it out like McDonald’s,” he told StarBiz yesterday.

The group’s first hotel, currently being refurbished, is located in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur. It is scheduled to open in March next year.

Tune Hotels’ strategy is to locate its hotels in the centre of cities or on tourist belts of resorts, not miles away where land costs may be lower. The offers on Fernandes’ table include properties on well-located sites in cities and resorts.

“You’d be surprised how many property owners want to convert their office buildings into a hotel to get a higher yield,” he said.

The Tune Hotels will have same attributes – good location, no frills like gymnasiums or swimming pools and chic, clean rooms in a safe environment. Hence, tourists will know what to expect even if they are booked in a Tune Hotel in a town they’ve not visited before.

The hotels will also have the same rate structure as AirAsia, that is, starting from RM9.99 for certain off-peak periods. The average room rate will, however, be closer to RM60 a night.

Recalling the inspiration for the concept, Fernandes said he was in Singapore where he was to check into a budget hotel. “That’s our culture,” he said. But, budget hotels were fully booked, “and I ended up in the Ritz Carlton,” he added.

“So I was in this big room and I thought I could do exactly the same thing I did in AirAsia – take away the frills and pass the cost savings to the customer,” he said.

AirAsia has developed into the region’s largest low-cost carrier (LCC). It followed that the LCC Terminal in Sepang is “way, way ahead of (Singapore’s) Changi airport,” he added.

“A low-cost carrier is one part of the equation in the tourism sector. Budget hotels are another,” he added.

With a thriving LCC hub in Sepang, it would be a boon to the industry if passing tourists could be convinced to stay for two or three days. “Singapore has done that very effectively,” he said.

AirAsia is bringing travellers to its hub in Sepang from Bangkok and they are not just Thais but also tourists from Europe. Tune Hotels will also play a role in ensuring that there are ample, affordable rooms that meet their standards.

The next thing that was needed was open skies to Singapore where AirAsia could tap the tremendous connectivity there for international tourists, he added.
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AirAsia to fly to Mulu Dec 1
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November 22 2006


BEGINNING December 1, AirAsia is set to fly to Mulu, Sarawak, in its latest effort to support Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2007.



Group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes said AirAsia will be code-sharing with Fly Asian Xpress (FAX) in providing the service.


"Mulu caves, accessible via Miri, has long posed great tourism potential and we feel that this is the time to bring this forward and create greater awareness for regional and international visitors as well as Malaysians," he said.


Fernandes said by collaborating with FAX, AirAsia customers can fly to Miri and reach Mulu with FAX to experience the world's largest natural rock chamber.


The code-share will provide AirAsia customers the convenience of exploring Mulu and Sarawak at affordable fares," Fernandes said.


"With four hubs in Malaysia, including the LCC terminal at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Johor Baru, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching, we can now focus on enhancing connectivity and increasing the capacity for our guests.


"By working closely with Tourism Malaysia, we hope to bring VMY to greater success," he said.


This is the first code- sharing arrangement Air- Asia concluded with FAX, presently the largest national carrier in east Malaysia serving major and rural cities within the two states.


FAX chief executive officer Raja Mohd Azmi Raja Razali said the company is committed to ensuring the growth of tourism in Sabah and Sarawak.


"We are happy with this smart partnership with AirAsia as this collaboration serves as a platform for FAX to tap into the ever growing passenger base of AirAsia and provide easy, hassle-free connectivity to routes serviced by FAX," he said.
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Whatt ?? I thought Air Asia gonna operate its A320 directly from Kuala Lumpur to Mulu !!!
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Whatt ?? I thought Air Asia gonna operate its A320 directly from Kuala Lumpur to Mulu !!!
there's no way that A320 could land at [email protected] coz the runway could only accomodate for a turboprop to land there...1500m length only...so code sharing is the only best way i suppose... still a great news
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hm, whatever, do you think that it is real for low-cost arline to open new flight to Kazakhstan, to Almaty City, its commercial capital or even to Astana? Air Arabia launched flights 1 year ago between Shardjah and Almaty first (2 flights/week) and Shardjah-Astana (1 flight/week) later. Air Asia seemed to be more flexible and beiing up-to-date airline or this kind of too long distance routs are not commertially wise?
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I think kan, Air Asia must expand its route network from Kuala Lumpur to:

Dubai -- many Emiratis visiting malaysia
Doha --many Qataris too
Fukuoka -- suspended by MAS
Pusan
Bahrain
Riyadh
Muscat
Ahmedabad
Amritsar
Calcutta
Dhaka
Chittagong
Tiruchi
Cochin
Coimbatore
Wuhan
Xian
Chongqing
Kathmandu
Chiang Rai
Karachi
Lahore
Sanaa
Pune
Coimbatore
Madurai
Jaipur
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