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Old May 9th, 2014, 08:49 AM   #421
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Old May 9th, 2014, 01:00 PM   #422
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Old June 7th, 2014, 07:17 AM   #424
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Old June 28th, 2014, 06:36 AM   #425
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Latest Aerial Shot of KKIA

Wah, nice. The white box is for Terminal 2?

Latest aerial view of the new extended runway for KKIA. Photo from instagram user brgtravel.
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Old October 8th, 2014, 06:40 AM   #426
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Old October 8th, 2014, 06:41 AM   #427
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Old April 29th, 2015, 06:16 AM   #428
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Runway 02 Approach View

A fortunate moment whereby you can see the airport runway clearly before landing from the cabin.. our pilot took a last minute left turn over Dinawan Island coming from SW, so enabling this view to be seen. Enjoy!
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Old July 5th, 2015, 05:48 PM   #429
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Shanghai Airlines to Start Kota Kinabalu Operation from July 2015
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Shanghai Airlines starting later this month will launch service to Sabah in East Malaysia, as it plans 3 weekly Shanghai Pu Dong – Kota Kinabalu operation. First flight is scheduled on 15 JUL 2015 with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

FM867 PVG1925 – 2355BKI 738 135
FM868 BKI0055 – 0515PVG 738 246
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Old July 22nd, 2015, 05:58 PM   #430
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Malaysia Airlines Downsizes Kota Kinabalu International Service from August 2015

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Malaysia Airlines this week begins to update planned International operation from Kota Kinabalu, which sees following service cancellation or reductions in effect from August 2015, on gradual basis.

Kota Kinabalu – Hong Kong eff 01SEP15 Daily service cancelled
Kota Kinabalu – Perth eff 09AUG15 Service reduce from 2 weekly (Day 37) to 1 weekly (Day 7). However the airline will operate Day 3 service on 16SEP15 and 23SEP15
Kota Kinabalu – Tokyo Narita eff 02OCT15 Service reduce from 3 weekly (Day 146) to 2 weekly (Day 14)
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 06:26 PM   #431
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NEW: Taipei – Kota Kinabalu
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Tigerair Taiwan Adds Taipei – Kota Kinabalu Flights from mid-March 2016

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Tigerair Taiwan later this month is launching service to Malaysia, as the airline today announced planned Taipei Taoyuan – Kota Kinabalu service. The airline will operate this route 4 times a week, starting 18MAR16.

Operational schedule listed below is effective 27MAR16, as schedule from 18MAR16 to 26MAR16 varies.

IT517 TPE1355 – 1710BKI 320 x246
IT518 BKI1910 – 2230TPE 320 x246
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Old July 9th, 2016, 02:56 PM   #432
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Jin Air Adds New Boeing 777 Routes in S16

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Jin Air during summer peak season plans to introduce Boeing 777 operations on a number of routes, replacing 737-800 aircraft. From Seoul Incheon, the 777 will operate service to Osaka an Kota Kinabalu from 20JUL16 to 28AUG16.

Seoul Incheon – Kota Kinabalu 1 daily
LJ061 ICN1905 – 2315BKI 777 D
LJ062 BKI0025 – 0630ICN 777 D

Seoul Incheon – Osaka Kansai 2 daily
LJ211 ICN0740 – 0930KIX 777 D
LJ213 ICN1345 – 1425KIX 777 D

Due to aircraft redeployment, existing daily Boeing 777 Seoul Incheon – Bangkok and Seoul Incheon – Hong Kong service will switch to 737-800, during the same period.

Additionally, the airline’s 3 weekly Jeju – Xi’An service will also see 777 service, instead of 737, from 10JUL16 to 02OCT16.

LJ171 CJU2130 – 0005+1XIY 777 247
LJ172 XIY0205 – 0605CJU 777 135
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XIAMEN AIRLINES PLANS FUZHOU - KOTA KINABALU SERVICE FROM DEC 2016

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Xiamen Airlines starting next month plans to launch new service to Sabah, with the offering of Fuzhou – Kota Kinabalu operation. The airline intends to launch this route from 10DEC16, with Boeing 737-800 aircraft 3 times a week. Reservation is currently not available.

MF8019 FOC1400 – 1735BKI 738 146
MF8020 BKI1835 – 2200FOC 738 146
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Old December 10th, 2016, 12:55 PM   #434
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Old May 17th, 2017, 11:52 AM   #435
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Stunning Views from Runway Perimeter

An interesting spotting angle as well as photo opportunities with the dramatic backdrop of Mt. Kinabalu from the perimeter near runway 02. Be prepared to have helicopters flying over you, for safety reasons!

The starting point is from the rocks at Tanjung Aru 3rd beach.

The view after walking 10 mins, framed with the control tower.


Slowly, KKIA is framed dramatically with Mt. Kinabalu! Very shy mountain..


Ah, it finally cleared at the peaks. This is after 30 minutes walking from the starting point.


Great view of the KK city skyline too. The heli that was watching my every move is the one in this shot.


Gotta come here in the evening for even more dramatic pics.
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Old May 30th, 2017, 05:29 AM   #436
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AirAsia eyes budget-conscious Aussie travellers. Picture: Supplied


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WE’VE all heard of Kuta Beach but what about Kota Kinabalu?

Ben Ismail, the CEO of budget airline AirAsia, wants the coastal city in Borneo to become as familiar to Australians as the famous Bali beach destination.

AirAsia is eyeing Aussie travellers and wants the Malaysian-based low-cost carrier to be a serious contender in our budget travel market.

Its pitch to local travellers is its network can offer flights to places we might not have been able to afford before.


Speaking on the airline’s 10th anniversary in Australia, Mr Ismail, said it wants to beef up its Aussie operations to win budget travellers, and show us there is life beyond Bali.

“We see a lot of Australians travelling to Bali. So of course, we know that is a very strong market and we have been doing well in that market, but we have been trying to educate that there is life beyond Bali,” Mr Ismail told news.com.au.

It’s just that many Australians haven’t been able to get there, affordably, before.

“We want to focus on other islands in Malaysia — Penang, Langkawi and Kota Kinabalu.

“We are also looking at Sri Lanka — Colombo has a very nice stretch of beaches so we are pushing hard on that. And we are also looking at Vietnam.

“We know that there is an attraction there, we just want to make these markets affordable.”

AirAsia X is enjoying strong growth in Australia. Picture: Supplied
AirAsia X is enjoying strong growth in Australia. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied


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AirAsia currently operates flights out of most of our major airports — Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Gold Coast and Darwin.

Flights from Sydney to Kota Kinabula start from $278 one-way, from Melbourne $288, or Perth from $228.

But Mr Ismail believes its their network within Asia that will open up low-cost travel to Australians once they are in the region.

For example, trips from Kuala Lumpur to Penang can go for as low as $10 or Bangkok to Phuket for $55 for a basic economy seat without all the comforts.

However, like most low-cost carriers, ticket prices only include a basic economy seat. If you want to add baggage allowance, a meal, standard seat selection and in-flight entertainment, you’ll have to pay an extra. These fees change depending on departure and arrival destinations and ticket prices can change depending on demand.

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Snorkelling at Kota Kinabalu.Source:Supplied
But Mr Ismail said giving passengers this choice on how they fly is an important part of how budget airlines are able to keep prices low.

“If you are really concerned about the cost and value for money, you don’t have to buy food, for example. That is the good thing about low-cost carriers, you pay for what you use,” he told news.com.au.

“Whereas full-service airlines charge everything onto one ticket, but 60 per cent of those things you might not need. That’s really why we are able to transfer savings to our customers too.”

He said AirAsia is also able to make travel more affordable for Australians by focusing on volume and efficiency.

“We run a very cost-efficient operation which allows us to charge lower fares,” Mr Ismail said.

“We have more seats on our planes. We are a very high density aircraft, so the cost per seat is much lower. But how we operate staff is also quite efficient.

“When we look at the number of staff per aircraft — the number of total airline staff divided by the number of aircraft — we are at about 90 staff per aircraft.

“Low-cost carriers like Ryanair or EasyJet run their airlines at about 72 to 80 staff per aircraft. Full service carriers are sitting about 160 to 180.”

And he assures that efficiency doesn’t equal poor service.

“It just means if you arrive at a terminal to board, in a low-cost airline you might only have one staff member there welcoming you rather than five,” Mr Ismail said.
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Rainbow over Kota Kinabalu Airport by Adam Lai, on Flickr

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Boarding Gates at Kota Kinabalu Airport BKI by A. Wee, on Flickr
IMG_2982 Kota Kinabalu Airport by Ersten Imaoka, on Flickr
Kota Kinabalu Airport Terminal 1 DSC4166 by KWsideB, on Flickr
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