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Old February 23rd, 2009, 07:52 PM   #1461
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MAS will not cancel routes
By Rupinder SinghPublished: 2009/02/23

Malaysia Airlines (MAS)(3786) said it will not cancel routes and will try to maintain flight capacity this year, said a company executive.

"We will not cancel routes," senior general manager for sales Datuk Bernard Francis told Business Times in an interview in Subang recently.

MAS has yet to cut any of its routes in the last one year since embarking on its business turnaround plan (BTP) in 2006, he said.

The global economic downturn has forced major airlines such as Singapore Airlines (SIA) to cut international routes and ground some of its jets.

Over the last six months, MAS has been reviewing its capacity on a weekly basis, keeping close tabs on what could be one of the toughest years for international aviation.
Its "network optimisation" has seen the national carrier adjusting between 6 per cent and 7 per cent of its flight capacity since August last year, Francis said.

Currently, MAS operates 110,000 flights a year.

However, Francis said that should demand for flights deteriorate, MAS will make adjustments accordingly.

Among the flights that could be trimmed are to South Asia where the US-India network has been hard hit.

"The market for US-India has been dried up, so we are making adjustments there. If demand for US flights goes up, then we will adjust capacity upwards," he said.

These ad hoc adjustments towards capacity are based on demand and supply which may be seasonal, monthly or even daily.

"If there is no demand then there is no point flying. If there is a high demand for a certain route then we will increase capacity," he explained.

"Every week, we (the management) sit down and plan. We have to. We don't know what the future is," he said.

In 2006, MAS got rid of unprofitable routes and cut capacity by 10 per cent under the BTP, saving up to RM660 million.

Francis said MAS will deploy surplus aircraft from cut flights to other profitable routes.

This year alone, MAS has channelled 18 surplus aircraft to the Middle East, where it is keen to expand.

"The Middle East was the only growing market last year and it still is," Francis said.
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Old February 23rd, 2009, 07:53 PM   #1462
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MAS: More code shares in the works
Published: 2009/02/23

MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) (3786) is in talks with at least five carriers for code share agreements, said a company official.

"The advantage of a code share is that we can now market our flights without the need to have an aircraft," its senior general manager for sales Datuk Bernard Francis told Business Times recently.

A code share is an arrangement where an airline sells seats, under its own name, on another carrier's flight.

Code share agreements for MAS, according to Francis, helps reduce the cost of flying, a significant factor amid the global economic turmoil and slump in air travel.
MAS currently has more than 25 code share agreements and special agreements with some 222 airlines.

Last Thursday, it signed its latest deal with India's Jet Airways, a move that would earn the company up to RM12 million in revenue per annum.

Such agreements not only help expand and strengthen the national airline's hub-and-spoke network but also enable it to increase the frequency of flights.

Code sharing also helps MAS to increase its market share without incurring additional costs for operating the flights.

Code share partners provide each other with passengers, which increases the load factor.

According to Francis, a 1 per cent increase in passenger load factor could generate an extra RM10 million for MAS.

Francis said code sharing arrangements will help MAS maintain flight capacity this year.

MAS wants to only operate profitable routes but at the same time continue to reduce cost and give more competitive pricing.

Asked if MAS would consider expanding flights to new routes, he said: "Not at this stage. At this time, we don't have the luxury to experiment. Many airlines are cutting routes."
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Old February 24th, 2009, 09:40 AM   #1463
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Old February 24th, 2009, 10:50 AM   #1464
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good think they added Jakarta-Singapore on their route..makes it easy for lots of us in Jakarta/Singapore to travel back and forth and have a weekend trip.Nice free seats though, i just purchased one for just 290,000 IDR (RM 95) per person including luggage and insurance one way. It also adds competition to the LCC route from Jakarta-Singapore.
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Old February 24th, 2009, 04:23 PM   #1465
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AirAsia wants more efficiency and good cost structure to stay put
Tuesday February 24, 2009
By CHOI TUCK WO

LONDON: AirAsia Bhd wants the Government to work out an efficient, low-cost structure deal for the airline to continue operating from the KL International Airport (KLIA).

Its CEO Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes said the airline could bring in 30 million passengers annually if its costs were reduced.

He said they are prepared to stay at KLIA instead of building a low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) in Labu, Negri Sembilan.

“All we ask for is a good cost-structure and greater efficiency so that we can grow to 30 million passengers annually,” he told Malaysian journalists after signing an agreement with Barclays Capital and BayernLB to finance 15 new A320-200 aircrafts costing a total of US$700mil (RM2.5bil) yesterday.

Fernandes hoped the ideas and benefits for the proposed Labu LCCT could be gestated in KLIA for greater cost efficiency.

“Labu was a great idea. I stand by it,” he said in response to reports quoting Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak as quashing any possibility of reviving the project.

Najib had said the project could not continue because Sime Darby did not want to fund the RM800mil infrastructure cost.

Fernandes said the government must find a new model for LCCTs if it is serious in making Kuala Lumpur the regional aviation hub and gateway to Asean, China and Australia.

“It doesn’t matter where we are. What’s important is a highly efficient airport with low costs,” he said, adding he would return to Malaysia tomorrow to continue discussions with Malaysia Airport Bhd.

On AirAsia X’s inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur to London Stansted on March 11, Fernandes said five Australians from Melbourne would be among the 316 passengers flying to Britain.

Describing the five as taking the “longest, low-cost long-haul” flight, he said it showed that Malaysia could be the gateway for many people travelling to Europe and vice-versa.

He also said that 65% of the seats for March and April had been sold out, and 64% of the passengers were travelling from Britain to Malaysia, including Malaysians residing in Britain.
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Old February 24th, 2009, 04:40 PM   #1466
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AirAsia gets Barclays financing for 15 new planes
24-02-2009: by Doreen Leong
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KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Bhd has mandated Barclays Capital, an investment banking division of Barclays plc, to finance the purchase of 15 of its new Airbus A320-200 aircraft.

At a list price of about US$70 million (RM255.5 million) for each new A320-200, the deal could be worth some US$1 billion, but airlines normally enjoy substantial discounts for bulk purchases.

It will bring AirAsia’s total fleet to 85 aircraft by early 2010, operated by the locally-based airline and its affiliates Indonesia AirAsia and Thai AirAsia.

AirAsia has taken delivery of three aircraft under the facility since Dec 31, 2008, with the support of the Export Credit Agencies of the United Kingdom, France and Germany.

“AirAsia’s ability to secure financing in the current tough market conditions defies market predictions that we may not obtain financing and grow our market,” AirAsia group chief executive officer Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes told The Edge Financial Daily in a telephone interview.

“We are confident of securing financing in the next two years and filling our planes. Our business model must be very strong to be able to obtain financing in the current market where it is even worse for airline industry,” he added.

He said the deal with Barclays was for the delivery of 11 aircraft this year and four in 2010. “The financing for the balance of 20 aircraft to be delivered next year will be finalised soon.”

AirAsia became the largest airline customer in the world of the Airbus A320-200, after placing a firm order for a total of 175 aircraft in December 2007, with the option for 50 more. Deliveries are expected to run until 2014.

A signing ceremony was held in London yesterday to formalise the facility.

Fernandes said AirAsia was planning new routes to India as well as additional frequencies on China routes.

AirAsia services the most extensive network in Southeast Asia with over 114 routes covering more than 64 destinations.

Commenting on the performance of AirAsia in the fourth quarter last year, he said: “We have had a good quarter in terms of operating performance. There are still some hangover fuel hedges, which we wrote off in the fourth quarter and we are getting out of some interest rates contracts to take advantage of the current low rates.”
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Old February 26th, 2009, 03:09 PM   #1467
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MAS posts profit despite challenging times
Updated: Thursday February 26, 2009 MYT 6:05:34 PM
By Yvonne Tan

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airline System Bhd (MAS), despite the challenging times that has seen a number of airlines going bust, has posted a net profit of RM46 million for the quarter ended December 31, 2008 (Q4).

Profit was 81% lower than the same quarter in 2007 due to the challenging environment compounded by volatile oil prices and slowing demand.

Revenue came in at RM3.70 billion.

For the corresponding period, it had reported a net profit of RM241.92 million on the back of RM4.07 billion in revenue.

The company reported Thursday that Q4’s profit was the tenth quarter of profits for the airline after it instituted changes backed by dynamic pricing, managing costs and innovation.

http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...7&sec=business
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Old February 28th, 2009, 02:52 AM   #1468
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MAS unit plans airframe MRO venture in Hyderabad
Published: 2009/02/28

A UNIT of Malaysia Airlines (3786) plans to set up a joint venture company offering airframe maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services in Hyderabad, India.

MAS Aerospace Engineering (MAE) signed an agreement yesterday with GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL) to set up the 50:50 joint-venture company - known as MAS-GMR Aerospace Engineering Company Ltd (MAE).

It will be based on the eastern side of the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad.

"Despite the economic downturn, there are over 350 aircraft in operations currently. We expect that more than 200 new aircraft will be headed for India in the next few years, with a possible 10-fold increase of 2,000 new planes in the next 10-15 years.
"All this makes us bullish for the future and we are confident that the strategic location of Hyderabad, just two hours away from all the major Indian metros and less than four hours away from all the SAARC countries, will ensure that our country's forex reserves receive a big boost," GMR group chairman G.M.Rao said in a statement.

MAS deputy chairman N.Sadasivan said the joint-venture company will cater to both narrow and wide-bodied aircraft checks and should be up and running by the third quarter of 2010.

"Built specially to service aircraft in the Indian subcontinent, we have the capacity to service between 60 and 80 aircraft annually. This will also give us a head start when the economy recovers and we will add new capacity as needed.

"I am delighted to say that many airlines have expressed interest in our MRO services. Announcements will be made when the details are finalised," he added.

MAE is certified by 31 National Aviation Authorities and has 80 customers including Lufthansa, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Jet Airways, Qantas, Austrian Airlines, AWAS, RBS and GECAS, one of the world's largest fleet owners and lessors.

The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad, is the first public private participation airport project in India.

It has 100ha of land adjacent to the airfield, which has been designated as a Special Economic Zone with attractive tax and other financial incentives.

It has been earmarked specifically for Aerospace-MRO activities.
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 11:41 AM   #1469
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Hello all! Are there any news about Moscow flights? We are really tired of waiting ((( I really hope finally this route will be launched in near future!! Tourism is growing from Russia to Malaysia, as soon as direct flight will start, faster it'll increase russian tourists visiting the country, Malaysia is wonderful for vacations...
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 02:35 PM   #1470
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AirAsia Expects New Routes To Do Well
March 02, 2009 16:37 PM
By Zakaria Abdul Wahab

SINGAPORE, March 2 (Bernama) -- AirAsia expects its new routes between Singapore and four Indonesian cities to do well, judging from the over 50,000 seats snapped up during its six-day promotion sale last week despite the current gloomy economic conditions.

From this March 24, the low-cost carrier's Indonesian operations will start to operate four direct scheduled flights from Singapore to Jakarta twice daily, and to Bali, Bandung and Yogyakarta daily.

AirAsia's commercial regional head Kathleen Tan said "people still need to fly despite the economic slowdown", adding that some would fly out just to de-stress themselves from the economic doldrums and Indonesia could provide the suitable holiday spots for such people.

At a media briefing here today, she said the new routes would be popular among Singaporeans and the airline was targeting between 60 and 80 percent of passenger load to each destinations.

On the Singapore market, Tan said the airline hoped to attract the business travellers, family and students for the four new air services.

Indonesia AirAsia's chief executive officer Dharmadi said the airline hoped the new routes could help stimulate the tourism industry in Indonesia and Singapore as the cheap fares and frequencies would attract more tourists from both sides.

He said Indonesia received over a million visitors from Singapore last year while about 1.76 million Indonesians visited the island republic.

Dharmadi also said that AirAsia planned to expand its air services from Singapore to include other major Indonesian cities such as Medan, Balikpapan and Semarang by this year.

Currently, AirAsia only flies to Pekanbaru, Sumatra, out of Singapore.

Indonesia AirAsia is an affiliate of AirAsia Bhd, the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia serving 114 routes covering 64 destinations in the region.

-- BERNAMA
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 02:49 PM   #1471
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Hello all! Are there any news about Moscow flights? We are really tired of waiting ((( I really hope finally this route will be launched in near future!! Tourism is growing from Russia to Malaysia, as soon as direct flight will start, faster it'll increase russian tourists visiting the country, Malaysia is wonderful for vacations...
??? >> http://www.wego.com/flights/airfares...kul/moscow-mow

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MAS And Transaero Signs Agreement For KL-Moscow Flights
November 14, 2006 19:58 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 14 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airlines and Transaero Airlines will operate direct air services between Kuala Lumpur and Moscow through a code share arrangement effective January next year.

Through the partnership, Transaero Airlines will initially offer eight scheduled flights from Jan 2 till March 17 between Moscow Domodedovo Airport and KL International Airport using a 230-seater Boeing 767-300 aircraft.

The flights will be operated from Moscow on Jan 2, Jan 13, Jan 23, Feb 3, Feb 13, Feb 24, March 6 and March 17.

In future, the number of flights will increase, said a statement from Malaysia Airlines.

The agreement was signed between Malaysia Airlines Commercial Director Datuk Abdul Rashid Khan and Transaero Airlines Deputy Director General, Dmitry Stoliarov in Subang, Tuesday.

The statement said the outbound flight (UN551/MH9055) departs Moscow at 2100 hours and arrives in KLIA the next day at 1210 hours. The return flight departs KLIA at 1310 hours and arrives in Moscow at 1935 hours.

Malaysia Airlines will have direct access to the seat inventory of all Transaero flights between KLIA and Moscow, to be marketed using Malaysia Airlines' flight numbers MH9055 and MH9056, the statement said.

It said air tickets for the route is offered through Malaysia Airlines appointed general sales agent in Russia and ABDA Aviation Sdn Bhd, Transaero Airlines' general sales agent in Malaysia.

With the partnership, Transaero Airlines will strive to expand its international presence by leveraging on Malaysia Airlines' excellent network beyond Kuala Lumpur into Southeast Asia and Australia/New Zealand.

Likewise, Malaysia Airlines will provide vital and direct air link between Malaysia and Moscow through the code-share partnership as well as market interline travel between Moscow and other Russian cities, it said.

-- BERNAMA
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 03:50 PM   #1472
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Nazrey, what did u show me? Its info from 2006! I asked about any NEWS!! And btw... what u showed just now, it was actually a charter flight, this year Transaero also had flights to KUL in January, but its seasonal, i ask about any news for regular basis flights.
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 06:16 PM   #1473
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SU terminated KUL flights long time back..

Most Russia-Malaysia traffic is done via Thai, Singapore and Emirates
Malaysia Airlines is downsizing and I don't think they wil launch any long-haul lines anytime soon..

Lets see what's Air Asia's plan..
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 11:31 AM   #1474
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Skyprince, i've read AirAsiaX planned new routes: Prague n Moscow, but after that they r just silent, hope they will launch in future... Unfortunately Aeroflot dont have plans for KUL now, before they told that they cant open new routes bcoz they dont have enough long haul fleet, and asking them bout KUL always replied that they will when they have enough planes, but now they started to receive new 330, and till 2010 they will have 10 new planes like that, but not for KUL (( They just will increase frequency to Korea, China, Japan and USA having these new planes, but not new routes, the only new route this year for SU is Guanchzhou.. Probably SIN will be added too..
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 12:39 PM   #1475
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Probably SIN will be added too..
I think Singapore Airlines have been doing pretty well on the Singapore - Moscow and Singapore - Houston - Moscow flights. If the Airbus A330s were used on a future route to Singapore it would offer more reasonable competition on the route than the Ill 96s. A lot of people would like a Singapore route by Aeroflot because of the cheap fares they offer too.
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 01:23 PM   #1476
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Yes true, Il-96 are not comfortable planes for long haul flights, AFL uses 767 on asian routes, but they are also not new, and even dont have entertainment onboard in economy, that sucks! I heard 330 will be used on Bangkok route since autumn. But at least SIN was in plans, maybe they could install SVO-KUL-SIN, that could be nice, or KUL via BKK at least like LH.
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AirAsia to raise up to RM2.1b to expand fleet
Published: 2009/03/03

AIRASIA Bhd, Southeast Asia’s biggest discount airline, plans to raise as much as RM2.1 billion (US$566 million) to expand its fleet this year as it adds new routes.

The airline plans to add “at least 15 new routes” and is in talks to fly to Indian cities including Kolkata, Bangalore and Mumbai, it said today in an e-mailed statement.

The Malaysian company will receive 14 new Airbus SAS A320 aircraft while retiring nine Boeing Co 737-300 airplanes this year, increasing its fleet to 80 aircraft from 75, it said.

The company, which had a net loss of RM176.9 million in the three months ended December 31, said last month it had obtained financing from the investment banking unit of Barclays Plc for the new Airbus aircraft. - Bloomberg
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AirAsia set to raise money for expansion
Published: 2009/03/04

SINGAPORE: AirAsia Bhd, Southeast Asia's biggest discount airline, plans to raise as much as RM2.1 billion to expand its fleet this year as it adds new routes.

The airline plans to add "at least 15 new routes" and is in talks to fly to Indian cities including Kolkata, Bangalore and Mumbai, it said yesterday in an e-mailed statement.

The company will receive 14 new Airbus SAS A320 aircraft while retiring nine Boeing Co 737-300 airplanes this year, increasing its fleet to 80 aircraft from 75, it said.

AirAsia, which had a net loss of RM176.9 million in the three months ended December 31, said last month it had obtained financing from the investment banking unit of Barclays plc for the new Airbus aircraft. - Bloomberg
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Customer Feedback Valuable For MAS -- Idris Jala
March 06, 2009 19:43 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, March 6 (Bernama) -- Customer feedback has been a valuable and crucial component for Malaysia Airlines (MAS) as the national carrier moves forward in its vision to become the World's Five Star Value Carrier.

MAS managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Idris Jala thanked customers for their support thus far and encouraged continuous customer engagement with the airline in order that further improvements can be made.

He was speaking to 39 guests comprising enriched members, industry leaders and key decision-makers at its first MH Customer Advocates event yesterday.

In this fifth instalment of the customer advocate's session since its introduction last year, Idris underlined the current and future challenges faced by the airline industry and shared new initiatives that MAS has embarked on as well as those in the pipeline.

The MH Advocates Programme is an innovative customer engagement programme in line with Malaysia Airlines' plans to transform the airline by being transparent and open to customers.

It was developed with the intention of turning complainants into advocates for delighted customers to remain loyal and to drive improvements from feedback.

"We've had four other sessions before this one and the response has been very positive. No other airline does this and we've gotten comments that we are very brave to conduct such an event.

"It is not easy coming up here to face discerning, influencial and well-travelled customers like yourselves," he added.

-- BERNAMA
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