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Old April 16th, 2009, 07:44 AM   #21
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Old April 20th, 2009, 06:16 PM   #22
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Malacca International Airport

I am a new fella on the blog and would like to say "Hi!" to all.
Been following keenly the progress of Malacca city and her new airport through SkyscraperCity. Very informative and keep up the good work people !!
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Old April 21st, 2009, 06:34 PM   #23
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hi to you too! anyway, Firefly has just been given the greenlight by MOT to operate 4 flight a week from MIA to singapore,probably we can also see a singapore based airline to come here too.
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 09:56 AM   #25
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hi to you too! anyway, Firefly has just been given the greenlight by MOT to operate 4 flight a week from MIA to singapore,probably we can also see a singapore based airline to come here too.

more singaporeans can come to malacca during weekend. Good for tourism.
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 11:37 AM   #26
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Sadly, I seem not to be able to access the threads posted by 9MMRD,be they messages or photographs. Can some kind soul tell me whether it is my computer's problem or everyone is encountering the same situation? Thanks.
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 12:49 PM   #27
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i thought the terminal will be open before the end of the month? macam tak sempat aje
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 03:22 PM   #28
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i thought the terminal will be open before the end of the month? macam tak sempat aje
sori..those were old photos. just wanna show you guys the departure gate.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 07:22 PM   #29
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Enam Syarikat Labur RM 830 Juta
Industri Berasaskan Komposit Di Melaka Berjaya - Md Yunos

AYER KEROH, 22 April - Sebanyak enam syarikat industri berasaskan komposit dengan jumlah pelaburan RM830 juta telah beroperasi sepenuhnya di tapak seluas 148,83 ekar, berhampiran Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Melaka (LTAM) di Batu Berendam.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Perindustrian, Perdagangan, Pembangunan Usahawan dan Koperasi Negeri, Datuk Md Yunos Husin berkata, usaha menjadikan Melaka sebagai pusat perindustrian komposit telah mencapai kejayaan.

Menjawab soalan Datuk Abdul Wahab Abdul Latip (BN- Durian Tunggal) beliau berkata, empat dari enam syarikat yang beroperasi di zon perindustrian tersebut adalah syarikat tempat .

Katanya syarikat-syarikat berkenaan terdiri dari Petrom (M) Sdn Bhd dengan pelaburan RM 250 juta (Akademi Penerbangan); Bold Fushion Sdn Bhd melabur RM30 juta (Akademi Penerbangan- belum siap); CTRM Aviation (Eagle Aircraft) dengan pelaburan RM15 juta (Penyelanggaraan pesawat); Composite Technology Resources Malaysia Sdn Bhd melabur RM400 juta (Komponen kapalterbang); Dian Kreatif Sdn Bhd -RM100 juta (Kubah, struktur kapal layar daripada bahan komposit) dan Solid Partners Sdn Bhd -pelaburan RM35 juta (Hangar pesawat).

"Sebanyak 2,061 peluang pekerjaan diwujudkan menerusi industri yang terdapat di zon berkenaan," ujarnya.

Kata Md Yunos lagi, dua syarikat lainj juga berminat melabur dalam industri komposit iaitu IAC Manufacturing (M) Sdn Bhd dengan pelaburan RM19 juta (Komponen kapal terbang) serta Hamshire Aerospace Sdn Bhd dengan pelaburan sebanyak RM 10 juta untuk pengeluaran komponen mesin precision bagi industri aero-angkasa.

Md Yunos memberitahu Dewan, antara syarikat pembuat kapal terbang yang menempah komponen pesawat dari syarikat yang beroperasi di zon perindustrian komposit itu ialah Boeing, Airbus dan Bombadier.

"Syarikat CTRM-Aero Composite, sebagai contoh telah mendapat kontrak bernilai RM 3 bilion untuk tempoh 3 tahun, syarikat ini bukan sahaja membekalkan komponen komposit kepada pesawat Boeing malah berjaya membekalkan komponen komposit pesawat terbesar dunia iaitu Airbus A380," katanya.

Jelasnya lagi, Syarikat IAC Manufacturing Sdn Bhd dan Hampshire Aerospace Sdn Bhd pula telah berjaya mendapat tempahan jangka panjang membekalkan peralatan pesawat termasuk dari syarikat penerbangan keempat terbesar di dunia iaitu Bombadier dari Brazil.

"Syarikat Dian Kreatif Sdn Bhd turut mendapat tempahan menyiapkan kubah masjid seperti Masjid Nabawi di Madinah, masjid di Brunei dan Timur Tengah serta kubah hotel mewah di Dubai di samping tempahan membekal kapal layar kepada syarikat dan individu di Itali, Australia, United Kingdom dan Hong Kong," jelas Md Yunos.

Katanya lagi, kejayaan yang diraih oleh syarikat-syarikat berkenaan jelas membuktikan produk-produk yang dihasilkan mendapat pengiktirafan antarabangsa.
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Old April 26th, 2009, 05:44 PM   #30
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Firefly ke Singapura
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FIREFLY, syarikat penerbangan komuniti milik Penerbangan Malaysia (MAS), akan memulakan penerbangan ke Singapura mulai Jun ini sejajar dengan usaha memenuhi permintaan penumpang ke destinasi berkenaan serta meluaskan rangkaian operasinya.

Pengarah Urusannya, Eddy Leong, berkata pihaknya sudah memperoleh kelulusan Kementerian Pengangkutan semalam dan akan menawarkan operasi penerbangan ke negara itu dari enam destinasi iaitu Subang, Pulau Pinang, Ipoh, Terengganu, Kuantan dan Melaka.

Bagaimanapun, beliau berkata, penerbangan ke Singapura dari Ipoh, Terengganu dan Kuantan hanya akan bermula pada Julai manakala dari Melaka mulai September ini.

Menurutnya, langkah itu dijangka dapat menambah jumlah pelancong Singapura ke negara ini selain memudahkan ahli perniagaan tempatan yang mempunyai banyak urusan perniagaan di republik itu.
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Old April 29th, 2009, 02:51 PM   #31
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departure


driveway


departure hall / check - in counters



information counter / arrival hall

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Old April 29th, 2009, 07:42 PM   #32
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there's a poster with ali rustam faces on it claiming that the terminal will be open for operation in may......
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Old April 29th, 2009, 08:10 PM   #33
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I just feel that the English words on the signage is too small to serve the purposes of informing. Not only this happens at MIA, but also else in the country. Why can't the English or in some instances, chinese and other languages' wordings be the same size as Malay words? They can just put the English words in Italic form to differentiate the two. Remember the purpose of a traffic signage is to inform the public from a good and safe driving distance away so that they can have enough time to react. If the words are too small, might as well don't include them.
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Old April 30th, 2009, 09:45 AM   #34
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I must say YeahWho brought forth a very VALID & GOOD point re signages in
MIA or on the roads.Signs are there to HELP the public find their way EASILY & QUICKLY (especially tourists from overseas). Alot of effort had been put in to woo visitors, but alas, when they reach Malacca (or Malaysia), things are not user friendly.It makes a mockery of the whole situation.
What say you Mr. Ali Rustam ?
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Old April 30th, 2009, 12:49 PM   #35
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More than expected!
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Old April 30th, 2009, 03:34 PM   #36
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I must say YeahWho brought forth a very VALID & GOOD point re signages in
MIA or on the roads.Signs are there to HELP the public find their way EASILY & QUICKLY (especially tourists from overseas). Alot of effort had been put in to woo visitors, but alas, when they reach Malacca (or Malaysia), things are not user friendly.It makes a mockery of the whole situation.
What say you Mr. Ali Rustam ?
if you went to japan or even hong kong, the same situation also happen there, where the national language are written bigger, and it does not even make it difficult for the visitors to find their way...

and it more interesting that way as it remind you that you are in a foreign land and it what made traveling interesting, being too accommodating is boring!!!!
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agree...
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Old May 1st, 2009, 04:50 PM   #38
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no bigger than ipoh airport, about the same size, the only different is the melaka terminal is new...
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I must admit " daeng jal on Apr.30th " made a very valid point too regarding rendering a foreign place more interesting with her signages in her own bahasa !!
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Airport MTB

i went to the airport just now. on the left of the departure gate 1 is a cafe - Jonker Walk. Saw the FID , near the cafe.. kecik nye. use 24in LCD. No WIFI. The terminal only open from 7am - 7pm. No photos taken coz kena chased by the security guard.
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