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Old April 11th, 2005, 07:49 PM   #101
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MALAYSIA AIRLINES’ 58TH ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN
1 Apr, 2005





Malaysia Airlines’ Managing Director, Dato’ Ahmad Fuaad Dahlan, today launched the national airline’s 58th Anniversary campaign to share the carrier’s achievements with Malaysians and bring the joy of first-time air travel experience to Malaysian children.

Over the next one month children in Malaysia between 7 to 16 years of age, who have never travelled by air, will be invited to submit an essay of not more than 100 words and a creative drawing about their own views of how they see Malaysia Airlines in the future.

A panel of judges comprising 5 eminent Malaysians will decide on the most original and creative submissions to select 300 children, comprising 21 from each Peninsular Malaysia state and the Federal Territory and 24 each from Sabah and Sarawak. Malaysia Airlines will later host these 300 children to a 3-day programme of familiarization trips to its key operations locations in Subang and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) as well as tourist locations in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.

On the final day of the hospitality, the privileged children will be treated to a joy-ride from KLIA to Kota Kinabalu on Malaysia Airlines’ Boeing 747-400 aircraft where they get to enjoy the ‘new experience’ in-flight hospitality by the airline’s four-time award winning “World’s Best Cabin Crew”. Speaking at the launch ceremony today, Dato’ Ahmad Fuaad said, “Malaysia Airlines is always committed to its corporate citizen’s role of providing affordable air transportation to boost equitable economic and social development in the country as well as enhancing the government’s efforts towards national integration. This time around, we are embarking on this project for the children of Malaysia who will be the next generation of leaders to steer both the national airline and the country towards continued prosperity.”

“We are confident that they will be inspired to emulate the spirit and wisdom of the pioneers who laid the foundation for a successful national airline and a vibrant modern multi-racial Malaysian nation,” he added.

The national airline took to the skies on 2nd April 1947, commencing air services between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore using an Airspeed Consul plane. From a fledging air service between the two cities, the airline has evolved into an award winning world-class carrier, recognised as one of Asia’s largest, flying more than 40,000 passengers to over 110 destinations across 6 continents daily.

Issued by Media Relations/Corporate Communications Department Malaysia Airlines, Kuala Lumpur
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New MAS in-flight services promotion blitz takes off today
Monday March 21, 2005





BY M. KRISHNAMOORTHY

KUALA LUMPUR: All Malaysia Airlines (MAS) passengers will soon have more than 350 entertainment options, including 40 films, 60 short features and 200 CD titles on demand, accessible via personal digital touch screens under an upgrade to its in-flight services.

In stages, within 18 months, the airline's entire Boeing B747-400 and 777-200 fleet would be refurbished with this cutting-edge entertainment system.

So far, four of the Boeing 777-200 planes have been refurbished and the others are to be upgraded soon.

Redefining a new experience in flying, MAS will also have third-generation sleeper beds, emerging entertainment technologies and world class cuisine in all its B747-400 and 777-200 aircraft with the tagline: “An Experience Redefined”.

MAS is one of the pioneers in installing these innovative in-flight products and today it made history by taking out bumper advertisements in major dailies in preparation for a massive promotional blitz for its new services. The advertising blitz comprises about 10 to 20 pages in major newspapers.

Travel industry sources invited for the launch event said they are expecting new designs to be painted on the planes' wide body, featuring perhaps Malaysia’s national flower, the Hibiscus.

“The focus will be about creating an exciting new level of comfort, luxury and convenience when the newly-reconfigured Boeing 777-200 and B747-400 aircraft are introduced,” said a CEO of a leading travel and tour operator.

The newly-reconfigured MAS aircrafts are expected to begin flying soon.
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US travel company to promote MAS and Malaysia
Saturday March 26, 2005




BY JOHAN FERNANDEZ IN NEW YORK

A US travel company that is a major player in the Indian sub-continent market, plans to aggressively promote Malaysia Airlines (MAS) as well as Malaysia as a destination of choice.

Sky Bird Travel & Tours Inc. president Arvin Shah said that MAS had a big presence in the Indian sub-continent that was not well promoted here and “we want to increase that revenue”.

“We want to create an awareness among our agents and customers of the excellent possibilities of travelling on MAS,” Shah said.

Sky Bird is one of the largest consolidators in the US that handles ticketing needs for Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America from all US points of origin.

(An airline consolidator is a company that has various volume-based airfares agreements with one or more airlines.)

It is also one of the top five consolidated companies that have a combined US$1bil (RM3.8bil) in sales a year and 60% of the Indian sub-continent market that included Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

The company, established more than 25 years ago with its headquarters in Detroit, has offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC as well as in Bombay and Chennai.

Shah said many travellers here were not aware that MAS was a major player in the Indian sub-continent, with 30 flights a week and to all major cities, as well as other destinations in the region and around the world.

He said those who had flown on MAS were pleased with the excellent service had very high expectations. This in itself was good promotion for the carrier.

He said Sky Bird had 3,000 agents involved in an awareness campaign through e-mail and fax on both the East Coast and West Coast.

Shah said the company was also promoting the South Pacific that included Australia and New Zealand, which were lucrative markets where MAS had the best connections with daily flights to Sydney and Melbourne.

On Wednesday, MAS and Sky Bird held a dinner for travel agents to promote Malaysia and Stockholm as destinations.

MAS area manager for the US Eastern Region, Malkit Singh said the occasion was also to celebrate the use of Boeing 747 for the Newark-Stockholm-Kuala Lumpur route starting Monday.

“With this, MAS will be first airline to have 1st Class to Stockholm,” he said.

Malkit said besides the traditional US travellers, MAS was also looking at the growing affluent Asian
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Boeing contract to boost ACM output
Friday April 1, 2005






Dr Nazily Noor (left) and Dr Dinish Keskar after the signing on ACM's appointment to produce aileron panels and components for Boeing 737 airplanes.




ASIAN Composites Manufacturing Sdn Bhd (ACM) expects the manufacture of Boeing Next-Generation 737 aileron components to boost its production by about 15% this year.

“Because of the rapid growth of the global commercial market and the extreme popularity of the 737, this contract will increase our production by about 15%,” said general manager Dr Nazily Noor.

Nazily was speaking at a ceremony held in conjunction with ACM's appointment to produce aileron panels and components for the Boeing 737 family of airplanes and first delivery of the components to Hawker de Havilland in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Ailerons are hinged sections on the trailing edge of each wing that are used to help an airplane to bank, allowing the airplane's flight path to curve.

ACM is a strategic alliance between Sime Darby Bhd and Naluri Bhd and their US partners, Boeing and Hexcel Corp, while Hawker de Havilland is a Boeing subsidiary headquartered in Port Melbourne, Australia.

On ACM's expected revenue this year, Nazily said it was difficult to provide the figures as it depended much on the economic growth of its respective client countries.

The company is, however, anticipating a 40% increase in its revenue this year. It recorded revenue of about RM100mil last year.

On the partnership with ACM, Boeing Commercial Airplanes senior vice-president (sales) Dr Dinesh Keskar said the selection of ACM was a good example of a growing partnership between Boeing and the Malaysian aviation industry.

On Boeing’s presence in Malaysia, Keskar said the airplane company had a long-term commitment to the country, adding that Boeing jet airplanes were the predominant models operated by Malaysia Airlines (MAS), AirAsia and Transmile Air.

MAS has a fleet of 111 aircraft, out of which 81 are Boeing airplanes.
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MASKargo buys two X-ray machines
Wednesday April 6, 2005


MASKARGO, the air cargo division of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), will invest RM14mil to purchase two X-ray machines to meet US customs requirements, MAS general manager (cargo operations) Mohd Yunus Idris said.

He said MASKargo was expected to use the machines by the end of May for its operations at KL International Airport and Bayan Lepas International Airport, Penang.

“We planned this move nine months ago and the X-ray machines will be here soon,” he told reporters after a visit by members of Motion Picture Association to its Advanced Cargo Centre in Sepang yesterday.

Yunus said the machines cost RM7mil each.

He said the company planned to place the machine outside its warehouse so that all cargo would have to pass through it before going on board the aircraft. – Bernama
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Upgrading to improve MAS ranking
Thursday April 7, 2005


MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) is upgrading first class and business class for its Boeing 747 and Boeing 777 series aircraft in stages, Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar said.

He said 15 Boeing 777 200 series aircraft have been upgraded and 17 Boeing 747 400 series aircraft would follow suit.

“The airline is confident of improving its ranking in the best airline category via the introduction of new products such as sleeper seats, a sophisticated entertainment system and new menu sets in Boeing 747 and Boeing 777,” he told Datuk Mohd Salleh Tun Said (BN – Kota Belud).

He said the Skytrack Quality Survey showed MAS had dropped from fourth place in 2003 to eighth place last year in the “Airline of the Year” category.
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MAS to save up to RM100m via new accounting system
Saturday April 2, 2005





Low Chee Teng (left) exchanging documents with Joshua Koshy after the signing in Kuala Lumpur.




MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) expects its new revenue accounting system to add between RM50mil and RM100mil per annum to its bottom line as a result of cost reduction, efficiency gains and revenue enhancement.

“With RAPID (Revenue Accounting Proration Interline Billing and Decision Support System), we will be able to generate very comprehensive revenue reports which are timely and accurate. This will enable us to enhance our support services to our international functions such as planning, sales and marketing as well as our travel agencies and customers, “ said its chief financial officer Low Chee Teng.

He added that revenue enhancement and savings would be derived from different components such as planning, sales and marketing.

Low was speaking to reporters after a signing ceremony between MAS and Mercator, the system provider and information technology arm of the Emirates group. RAPID, replacing the old system AIRMAS, is scheduled to cut over in January 2006.

Commenting further on the system’s advantages, Low said RAPID would enhance the company’s audit system and had components that could detect fraud in activities such as collection of fares.

He added that the company also expected productivity to improve as most of the current manual data entry functions to generate accounting and management reports could be performed by RAPID.

Mercator senior vice-president (information technology) Joshua Koshy concurred, adding that the system would allow MAS to close its accounts in a matter of days, thus enhancing the company's competitiveness.

“The optimisation of revenue is important for an airline,’’ said Koshy.

Mercator is experienced in the development of airline products, including a broad range of financial, cargo, airport, reservations and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions. It has over 130 clients globally, including Singapore Airlines and Qantas Airways.

Meanwhile, in an effort to boost Maldives' tourism sector, MAS said in a statement on March 28 it would fly thrice weekly to the country.

Currently, the airline flies twice weekly on the Kuala Lumpur- Male-Colombo-Kuala Lumpur route. The additional Kuala Lumpur-Male-Colombo-Kuala Lumpur frequency was expected to help boost Maldives' tourism sector, which suffered a setback following the tsunami, the statement added.
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The best service in the sky – three years running!


For the third consecutive year, airline passengers have voted Malaysia ‘Best Cabin Staff’ in the Skytrax 2004 Global Survey*. According to the worldwide poll, Malaysia Airlines is the world's best in staff attentiveness, efficiency, sincerity, personality and warmth of cabin service.

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Complement your meal with a selection of beverages, including fine wines from the best regions in the world – all while watching your favourite film or television show.
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Malaysia Airlines proudly presents Enrich
Saturday April 2, 2005


Enrich membership is the key to fulfilling your travel dreams. It will open up a whole new world of travel benefits and privileges, because Malaysia Airlines wants to reward you. Free travel, holiday packages, offers and lots more!

For the deserving frequent flyer, Enrich provides you with many ways of earning valuable Enrich Miles, which you can redeem for the various rewards. It's so easy with our wide selection of participating partners. Whether you are traveling with us or our airline partners, staying with our international hotel partners, making an international call, renting a car or just shopping, you life will be enriched further.

Just quote your Enrich membership number every time you make your flight reservations or use the services of our Enrich partner. Go on! Experience the Enrich lifestyle today.
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MASkargo Launches Hangzhou Cargo Centre
Issued on 12 January 2005.





HANGZHOU (China), 12 January 2005 - Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo) today expanded its capability by becoming the first foreign airline to operate its own cargo centre in China, with the launch of Hangzhou Cargo Centre (HCC).

The Deputy Secretary-General of Zhejiang Province, Wang Xiao Ming and Malaysia's Deputy Minister of Transport, Tengku Dato' Seri Azlan ibni Sultan Abu Bakar jointly launched the HCC in a glittering ceremony at the cargo centre today. Also present was senior officials from Malaysia and China.

The opening of HCC is expected to contribute substantially to the rapid growth of China as the fastest growing market for MASkargo, the air cargo division of Malaysia Airlines.

Malaysia Airlines Senior General Manager (Cargo), Dato' J J Ong, said by operating its own warehouse in China, MASkargo is now able to introduce many innovative products, which was previously not available at other international hubs.

Among the new products, he said, include the establishment of the first international Priority Business Centre at HCC, short cut-off times for cargo acceptance, and special services currently only available at MASkargo's Malaysian cargo hubs.

"We are the only airline in China with our own warehouse facility. We can do a lot of things and obviously we can't do this if we don't operate the cargo centre on our own," said Ong.

The opening of HCC is expected to alleviate the cargo congestion currently being faced at Shanghai's Pudong International Airport. MASkargo currently operates 11 scheduled B747-200 freighter flights weekly, in addition to twice daily B777 passenger flights, and is the largest freighter operator in Shanghai.

MASkargo is positioning HCC as a major secondary hub for China, with the current flight schedule (KUL - HGH 1x weekly and HGH - DXB 3x weekly) expected to rise significantly by next fiscal year. The cargo carrier launched scheduled freighter flights into HGH on 22 September 2004.

The HCC, a 2,973 sq metre logistic warehouse with the capacity to handle 110,000 tonnes of cargo annually, is expected to double the cargo tonnage handled by MASkargo in China. Located in the Zhejiang province, Hangzhou is within range of major industrial centres for sectors such as textiles, chemicals, machinery tools and electronics.

The cargo centre is linked to major cities via an excellent expressway system, with Shanghai just 2.5 hours away by road and other major industrial cities such as Ningbo (1.5 hours), Wuxi (2.0 hours), Wenzhou (3.5 hours) and Suzhou (1.5 hours) only a few hours drive away.

The Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport is situated 27 kilometres from downtown Hangzhou, with the capacity to handle 8 million passengers and 110,000 tonnes of cargo annually.

MASkargo's Priority Business Centre, first introduced in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in 2002, and in Penang (Malaysia) last year, offers personalised services on all air cargo-related transactions. The centre would help cut turnaround times for processing, loading and unloading.

MASkargo, the air cargo division of Malaysia Airlines, operates two owned and six leased B747-200 freighters, and its freighter services currently cover KLIA (KUL), Penang (PEN), Hong Kong (HKG), Melbourne (MEL), Perth (PER), Osaka (KIX), Shanghai (PVG), Bangalore (BLR), Bangkok (BKK), Dubai (DXB), Taipei (TPE), Sydney (SYD) and Tokyo (NRT).

In Europe, MASkargo destinations include Amsterdam (AMS), Frankfurt (FRA), Manchester (MAN) and Basel (BSL). It also offers belly space capacity on Malaysia Airlines' 100-plus aircraft passenger fleet serving almost 100 destinations worldwide.

At the KL International Airport (KLIA), its home base is the Advanced Cargo Centre (ACC), a 108-acre complex designed specially for MASkargo's sophisticated state-of-the-art cargo handling facilities and touted as one of the region's advanced cargo centre.
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