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Old February 16th, 2008, 07:21 PM   #1061
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The Hangzhou route is genius! Shanghai is only 1.5hrs or less away depending on travel modality. Pudong itself is around 45min away from downtown Shanghai by bus, so Hangzhou definitely doable for people travelling to Shanghai on the cheap!
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I may have missed it somwhere on the thread so forgive me if I am being redundant. I was just wondering if Air Asia X is going to fly to and from the United States? Maybe from LAX or San Francisco? I sure hope so. The more competition we have here in the US the better.

I am going to Kuching this August. I just priced a ticket on Malaysian Airlines. It was around $1600. $400 of that was taxes. Not too bad but I would love to be able to fly Air Asia X but that looks unlikely at this time.
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Old February 19th, 2008, 04:11 AM   #1063
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Government keen to sell stake in Malaysia Airlines, says CEO
The Associated Press Published: February 18, 2008

SINGAPORE: The Malaysian government is keen to sell a stake in Malaysia Airlines to ensure the company remain globally competitive in an industry which is fast consolidating, the company's chief executive said Monday.

If the government decides to offload some or all of its 69 percent stake in the national carrier, it could be offered to a strategic partner or to the market, said Chief Executive Idris Jala.

"I certainly believe that the government is very keen (to sell a stake). It'll do it for the right price at the right time," Idris told reporters on the sideline of a regional aviation conference here.

At the same time, he said the flag carrier is exploring the possibility of acquiring stakes in other airlines although this is still in the early stage.

He said passenger demand is expected to fall short of the industry's total capacity over the next five years, which will hurt airlines' profitability and push the formation of new alliances.

"We are looking at opportunities in Asia-Pacific region," Idris said. "I believe mergers and acquisitions are very efficient. It will reduce costs and we will be able to offer lower fares."

Last month, the carrier unveiled a five-year growth plan which calls for opening up more routes in Southeast Asia, China and India, fleet expansion and lower fares to boost its annual profit to as much as 3 billion ringgit (US$930 million; €634 million) by 2012.

Idris said the airline also aims to save as much as 1 billion ringgit (US$310 million; €211 million) this year through cost-cutting in procurement, maintenance and other related services.

"Our operations costs are up because of fuel prices and also wages are going up, we want to take out bad costs," he said.

The carrier rebounded from deep losses in 2005 and 2006 with a record profit of 610 million ringgit (US$189 million; €129 million) in the nine months to September 2007 following a successful revamp.

On fleet expansion, Idris said the carrier will likely decide by April whether to proceed with its order for six superjumbo A380s following a delay in delivery due to production problems.

"I'm happy about the latest development with Airbus. We are reaching a win-win situation," he said.

Last month, company officials have indicated the airline may stick to its plan to acquire up to 110 new planes, with a final decision to be made after the current quarter.
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Old February 19th, 2008, 11:02 PM   #1064
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Air Asia has been dethrone by Indonesia's Lion Air as Asia's biggest LCC. You guys should change the title of this thread.
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Old February 20th, 2008, 06:45 AM   #1065
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MAS Interested In M&A & Does Not Rule Out Alliance With Budget Carriers


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SINGAPORE, Feb 18 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is keen to undertake mergers and acquisitions (M&A) with carriers in the Asia Pacific in the next five years as airlines in the region will likely face overcapacity due to huge aircraft orders, it says.

Its managing director, Datuk Seri Idris Jala today said that at the same time, the national carrier may collaborate or form alliances with low cost carriers including AirAsia in the future.

Speaking at a media briefing here today, Idris said overcapacity would result in declining margins, and in worst cases, some airlines could even go bankrupt.

"I imagine that in the next five years, some airlines wont survive," he said before receiving the Phoenix Award, on behalf of MAS from Air Transport World, a leading monthly airline magazine.

"And if they cannot survive, someone will acquire them. Hopefully we will be alive and kicking, and in a position to acquire some of those airlines which may collapse during that time," he said.

Although MAS is occupied with its Second Business Transformation Plan (2008-2012), Idris said it would grab any opportunity that may arise.

"Financing would not be a problem as we have various ways to do so," he said.

Turning to the possible alliance and collaboration with budget airlines like AirAsia, he said, "We are open to it. Any opportunity that is good, we will look at it. I think competition between MAS and AirAsia is good as it drives both parties to continue improving ourselves. We are also interested in collaboration."

He said collaboration could also be in the areas of Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) as well as other backroom services.

Idris pointed out that MAS' recent MRO joint venture with Qantas was also a form of collaboration.

There are various opportunities for collaboration that can be looked into with other carriers as well, he said.

When asked if the national airline's shareholders were looking at the possibility of diluting shares as part of MAS' interest in M&A, he said:

"The government through Khazanah owns 69 percent in MAS, and in our discussions with them, they are certainly open to the idea of diluting... but that is a question you should ask them.

"However, I certainly believe that the government is very keen, for the right price and the right opportunity, to dilute. I think they will do it gradually."

He said MAS has to be prepared to look at all opportunities and look for different ways for the dilution of its shares, either through the open market or strategic partners.

"The choice is always to look at the opportunities that gives most value and what is good for our country too," he added.

Asked if it meant that the government would end up not having the controlling stake, Idris said, "I think they will own a controlling stake for a while, but you do not need 69 percent to control.

"In fact you, don't even need 51 percent to control. There are many ways to make sure to control," he said.

On another note, Idris said he hoped to conclude talks with Airbus on the compensation for the delay in the delivery of the A380 aircraft it ordered by either late March or early June this year.

He said he was happy with the ongoing talks. Talks on the compensation had taken more than a year.

The European airline maker had delayed the delivery of the aircraft to its customers due to wiring faults.

As for the Phoenix Award, he said it was given in recognition of the airline's successful turnaround story, having achieved commercial rebirth through a "life-changing" transformation.

MAS had came out of its financial losses and turned itself around through a restructuring programme that enabled it to post record earnings for the first nine months of 2007, without affecting its reputation for excellent service.

"With the completion of our business turnaround a year ahead of schedule, we have embarked on the next journey to transform MAS into a Five Star Value Carrier... to deliver the highest quality services at affordable prices," he said.

For the first nine months of 2007, MAS made a net profit of RM610 million, the highest profit in its 60-year history, exceeding even its Business Turnaround Plan target of RM50 million and even its target of RM500 million profit for 2008.

Even with the Q407 results still to be included, the airline has already surpassed its highest ever annual profit recorded -- RM460 million in 2004.

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Old February 20th, 2008, 03:07 PM   #1066
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MAS launches travel insurance
20 Feb 2008 11:45 AM

SUBANG: Malaysia Airlines launched yesterday the MAS Travel Insurance to make it easier for its passengers to cover for trip cancellation, loss of luggage and overseas medical costs for flights departing from Malaysia.

The insurance, in partnership with Mondial Assistance and Etiqa Insurance, could be purchased online via the MAS website, the company said.

It said the product would be extended to at least 10 countries in the coming months.

“As we carried over 15 million passengers in 2007, offering travel insurance means that our customers are able to buy their tickets and insurance hassle free all under one roof,” MAS commercial director Datuk Rashid Khan said.
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How many planes does Lion Air has? How many passengers flown? Would like to know more about it. How many bases. How many aircrafts on order?

Leading LOW COST CARRIER. If i'm not mistake Lion Air wants to introduce full service airline? How could they still be classified as LCC?

No need to change the thread. How many overseas bases does Lion Air has?
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Old February 21st, 2008, 01:09 PM   #1068
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Flew Air Asia recently and was pretty impressed - didn't feel like a LCC. Definitely way better than the ones in Europe.
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Old February 21st, 2008, 03:01 PM   #1069
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MAS offers online insurance purchase
Thursday February 21, 2008

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) travellers can now buy travel insurance online for flights departing from Malaysia.

They no longer will have to worry about loss, delay or damage to baggage, travel delays and trip cancellations.

Offered in partnership with Mondial Assistance and Etiqa Insurance, domestic and international travel insurance plans are available, offering up to 30 days’ and 180 days’ coverage, respectively, as well as 24-hour worldwide emergency medical and travel assistance. Prices start from RM15.

“As we carried over 15 million passengers last year, offering travel insurance means that our customers are able to buy their tickets and insurance all under one roof,” MAS commercial director Datuk Rashid Khan said in a statement yesterday.

He said MAS’ next step was to offer online services for checking and redeeming loyalty points, purchasing holiday packages and upgrading tickets.

For frequent travellers, there is a multi-trip annual insurance, which offers cover for each trip that MAS travel insurance customers make throughout the year.
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Old February 22nd, 2008, 03:01 PM   #1070
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MAS plans to increase frequency
22 Feb 2008 2:39 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS) plans to increase its flight frequencies to selected international destinations, beginning with two more two flights per week to London Gatwick Airport in June.

As part of the national carrier’s flight route expansion plan, it will provide additional flights to cities such as Rome, Amsterdam, New Delhi, Chennai and other regional destination in anticipation of higher demand, said company officials.

Details of its flight route expansion plans are expected to be revealed at a later date.

“We can accommodate an increasing demand for our services; therefore, we have decided to increase the number of air tickets available during the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair period to six million compared with the four million offered previously,” MAS regional general manager for Malaysia and Asean, Salleh Tabrani, said.

He said customers would be able to choose from fares starting from RM39 and discounts up to 70% throughout the three-day event. The offers are for people intending to fly from March 1 through till end-September.

Some 102 Malaysia Airlines Golden holidays discounted up to 80% and 150,000 free seats on Firefly’s network encompassing five domestic and two regional destinations would be among some of the promotions available.

Salleh said MAS was confident it would exceed its record of 100,000 visitors turnout and had projected a sales volume of RM160 million in ticket sales from the event.

The travel event would provide four access channels to its customers with a travel fair held simultaneously in eight cities nationwide, its call centres, participating travel agents and online via www.malaysiaairlines.com, Firefly’s website www.fireflyz.com.my and MASwings website www.maswings.com.my

This year’s physical fair would be held starting today to Feb 24 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), Penang International Sports Arena (PISA), Terengganu Trade Centre in Kuala Terengganu, Persada Johor International Convention Centre in Johor Bahru, Sutera Harbour Resort Kota Kinabalu, Permata Exhibition Centre in Kuching, Wisma Sanyan in Sibu and Mega Hotel in Miri.
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Old February 22nd, 2008, 03:15 PM   #1071
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Overwhelming response to 5 sen seats jams AirAsia website
By Woon Wu Lin, 22 Feb 2008 9:57 AM

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Bhd’s website was jammed up due to the overwhelming response to its Big Sale campaign where millions of seats were up for grabs for as low as five sen each for both the domestic and international routes.

“In barely 24 hours of the campaign's launch, Internet traffic on AirAsia.com surged by 10 times and we recorded the highest single-day sales ever,” it said in a statement yesterday.

AirAsia said 300,000 seats were snapped up within 12 hours and the site had registered a fourfold increase over the past two days compared to its normal daily sales.

“The highest online traffic was recorded yesterday (Wednesday) from 2pm to 9pm due to the overwhelming response and bookings were even redirected to all call centres,” it said.

It said the traffic increase was due to the inclusion of new destinations such as China, Vietnam, Singapore and Gold Coast, Australia to its list of routes. Customers could also book via their mobile devices through mobile.airasia.com, it said.

The campaign was first launched for its 70,000 Citibank AirAsia card members on Feb 18 2008, allowing them to enjoy a one day priority booking.

“Our portal is now extended to our long haul low cost carrier, AirAsia X, which covers a wider customer base internationally,” it said.

In a separate statement, AirAsia said yesterday also marked the official launch of the Kuala Lumpur-Vientiane route with a welcome reception held at the Wattay International Airport. The inaugural flight to Vientiane was on Dec 1, 2007.

AirAsia group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes said the airline now connected all the cities in Asean through Kuala Lumpur as its low cost hub.

He said the airline’s extensive network would showcase the potential of an Asean brand and he hoped to inspire more companies to recognise the potential of the region.
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Old February 22nd, 2008, 03:23 PM   #1072
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AirAsia: Daily flights to Vientiane from May
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VIENTIANE: Low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd will fly daily from Kuala Lumpur to Vientiane starting May this year, from the current three flights a week, given the good response from passengers, especially tourists.

Group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes said the airline initially planned to start daily flights within one year of the launch of KL-Vientiane flight on December 1 2007.

"The load factor for December was almost 90 per cent and in January, it was 65 per cent.

"It's way beyond our expectation, in short time, we'll have two flights a day," he told a news conference after the official launch of AirAsia's KL-Vientiane route yesterday.

Also present at the launching ceremony, which was held on the Mekong riverside, were Laos Public Works and Transportation Minister Sommat Pholsena, Asean seceretary-general Dr Surin Pitsuwan, Loas ambassador to Malaysia Dr Bountheuang Mounlasy, Malaysian ambassador to Laos Zainal Abidin Ahmad and AirAsia chairman Datuk Pahamin Rajab.

Fernandes also said AirAsia would fly to Luang Prabang, a popular tourist destination in Laos, when the runway of the airport there is extended.

With Vientiane, AirAsia now covers all the 10 Asean countries. Since 2001, the budget airline has carried more than 46 million passengers over 90 routes.

Pitsuwan said AirAsia's vision dovetails with Asean's vision to make the region as a stable, secure and prosperous, so that Asean becomes the world's destination.

He said in two decades from now, it is expected that at least one-third of the 700 million population of Asean would become middle-class citizens.
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AirAsia to increase Kuching-Macau flights
Published: 2008/02/22

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BUDGET carrier AirAsia plans to increase the frequency of its Kuching-Macau international direct flight route with the positive response received since the launch on November 15 last year, its East Malaysia and Brunei regional manager Shanmugamnathan Suppiah said today.

He said the airline is also considering the possibility of using its Airbus fleet to cater the growing number of passengers on the route.

"Hopefully, this can be implemented soon,” he told reporters after a meeting in Kuala Lumpur with officials of the Sarawak Tourism Board (STB), the state government tourism marketing and promotion arm.

Without disclosing the average passenger load for Kuching-Macau route since the launch, Shanmugamnathan said AirAsia is now flying from Kuching to Macau three times a week using the Boeing 737 aircraft.

"We are planning to use Airbus because among the feedback we received was that the three-hour flight was uncomfortable for certain people due to space constraints,” he said.

STB chief executive officer Gracie Veronica Geikie, who chaired the meeting, said capitalising on the availability of the Kuching-Macau direct flight, a six-day roadshow to woo more tourists from Macau, Hong Kong and Shengzhen, China, to Kuching would start from February 26. - Bernama
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Old February 23rd, 2008, 01:38 AM   #1074
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How many planes does Lion Air has? How many passengers flown? Would like to know more about it. How many bases. How many aircrafts on order?

Leading LOW COST CARRIER. If i'm not mistake Lion Air wants to introduce full service airline? How could they still be classified as LCC?

No need to change the thread. How many overseas bases does Lion Air has?
Lion Air has around the 30 planes (9x 737-900er) and is carrying about 1m pax every month. (wikipedia) But of course, this is growing every month since Lion Air is the biggest Indonesian carrier (Garuda had about 8m pax last year) and maybe soon the biggest in SEA. (there will be still 169x 737-900ers delivered within the next 5-7 years) It's all about the expansion plan of Lion Air to become one of the biggest airlines (LCC?) in Asia.
I'm curious if Lion Air will achieve their goal. It's a tough competition with a lot of 'big dreaming' competitors like Air Asia and Tiger Airways.

They have their main base @ Soekerno-Hatta (Jakarta) airport and further than that, they don't have any overseas bases yet.

I don't know that much about Lion Air (im living abroad and my bahasa indonesia is not that good) but what I think is as follows;
They promote theirselves as a full service carrier with rates which are comparable with a LCC carrier. Lion Air already owns (the head company) a LCC named Wings Air, but this airline is not that big (just like Citilink of GIA) and i don't think that Lion Air focusing that much on Wings Air at the moment. They want to expand to other countries with opening hubs abroad when more 737-900er's will arrive.

More info @ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion_Air & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion_Air_Australia
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if they are flying 1m guest per month meaning annually it's 12 million. 12 million guest flew by 30 planes (or 43)??

that i cracked guy really got his brain cracked by claiming Lion Air is the biggest LCC in Asia now. Of course Lion dont have international base yet but Indonesian market is big enough for them to expand now. I highly doubt the 1m pax per month figure. Even SIA only have 18m pax flew by all their you-know-how-many-planes-they-have.

I dont have pax figures. But if they are claiming to be the biggest LCC by number of airplanes they are going to received, that's a talking BS too. Air asia has 195 firm orders of a320. 36 delivered. 30 options. On top of that, 15 firm orders for A330. You do the math for the brain cracked guy.
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AirAsia X offers 8,888 free seats to Hangzhou
Published: 2008/02/22

AIRASIA X, the pioneer of low-cost, long-haul air travel, has extended its schedule for its recently launched destination — Hangzhou, China, by giving away 8,888 free seats.

The free seats, excluding airport taxes and fuel charges, are available for the travel from March 30, 2008 to January 11, 2009, said AirAsia X in a statement yesterday.

The offer is available exclusively for online bookings from February 23 to February 27, 2008 at www.airasia.com or via mobile bookings at mobile.airasia.com.

"The promotional offer is to also introduce our guests to the new AirAsia X model and allow our guests to experience the comfort and extra leg room on the Airbus A330 AirAsia X aircraft," said AirAsia’s regional head of commercial Kathleen Tan. — Bernama
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if they are flying 1m guest per month meaning annually it's 12 million. 12 million guest flew by 30 planes (or 43)??

that i cracked guy really got his brain cracked by claiming Lion Air is the biggest LCC in Asia now. Of course Lion dont have international base yet but Indonesian market is big enough for them to expand now. I highly doubt the 1m pax per month figure. Even SIA only have 18m pax flew by all their you-know-how-many-planes-they-have.

I dont have pax figures. But if they are claiming to be the biggest LCC by number of airplanes they are going to received, that's a talking BS too. Air asia has 195 firm orders of a320. 36 delivered. 30 options. On top of that, 15 firm orders for A330. You do the math for the brain cracked guy.
the surabaya-jakarta route is one of the busiest air routes in the world with more than 750 flights a week. (and it only takes about 45-50 minutes to get there) I think Lion Air has a huge market share on this route. Surabaya-Den Pasar is also a busy route with a lot of flights a day (since the during of the trip is less than 45 minutes) But that's only Surabaya. Jakarta is their main hub and i think they offer a lot of destinations from that airport. It could be possible, but i don't know that for sure.

Don't forget the 737-900er can offer a lot more seats (more than 20%) than the a320 and Lion Air's goal is different. They operate at this moment only from Indonesia, Air Asia operates from different hubs, has better destinations with infrastructure (Most Malaysia's airports are much better than Indonesian Airports) to offer and has a wider target group to reach. (in a lot of countries in Asia operative) And they are bigger with their double x airplanes which are also (quite) brand new.
And the airbus 330's will be used for air asia x which is focused on medium/long haul flights.

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Don't bother with Arkdriver, he doesn't know what he's talking about. He's probably been smoking too many joints to think that AirAsia is Asia's leading LCC.
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Don't bother with Arkdriver, he doesn't know what he's talking about. He's probably been smoking too many joints to think that AirAsia is Asia's leading LCC.
Perhaps you should support your claim about Lion Air with figures. Talk is cheap my little sister. Unlike you, i earn my living by flying aeroplane. I'm not just another airline fan, or airport fan, or aviation fan. Aviation is my life. I have friends in Air Asia, MAS, Thai Air Asia and Indonesia Air Asia. I'm a pilot. I know what i'm talking about.

I have put down your argument with my figure. Correct or not, i'll leave it to many forumers to discuss and argue about it. I just dont come here, drop a stupid post like yours, then leave the farting idiotic claim without any figure to show.

Please tell me how Lion is the leading LCC in Asia? i'm listening. If there's no figure my little sister then the world is free to judge what kinda person you are.Perhaps I will put pink panties on order for you next Christmas.
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