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Comments for Wee Choo Keong

Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 1:08 PTG

Comments for Wee Choo Keong


Comment on MYCC has commenced investigations into the “STRATEGIC ALLIANCE” between MAS & AirAsia by Keng Diamond Square

Posted: 05 Jan 2012 07:29 PM PST

MYCC investigations will be another cover up. If it the CCF is investigated by the anti-trust commission in UK, AUstralia, US , Japan or Korea it would be a different matter. Look at the SC investigation into the share swap, nothing much is happening. Bursa KL no different.

Comment on MYCC has commenced investigations into the “STRATEGIC ALLIANCE” between MAS & AirAsia by Nusantara

Posted: 05 Jan 2012 06:41 AM PST

That is all about Malaysia BOLEH….curse, curses and cursing all the way and never looked at positive points. Great job for being so negative and that is why we the Malaysians are always the final victims…there is thing called The Law of Attractions…..the more negative you are, the more worst it becomes!

Comment on MYCC has commenced investigations into the “STRATEGIC ALLIANCE” between MAS & AirAsia by Olek Skilgannon

Posted: 05 Jan 2012 06:05 AM PST

Mr Wee

Qantas was losing A$200 million a year on it’s international routes. So much so that it’s CEO decided that enough is enough and decided to face down the Qantas staff unions to the extent of ordering a brief shutdown of the airline, resulting in mandatory arbitration between Qantas and it’s unions.

Would MAS’s management have the guts to even contemplate doing what the Qantas CEO did?

Nobody has asked the hard questions:

- how many of MAS’s and Firefly’s routes are profitable on an annual basis, not just month-to-month?

- why should unprofitable routes be maintained and serviced?

- why are domestic routes within peninsular and East Malaysia deemed to be sacrosanct and immune from air service cutbacks, even if they are racking up losses?

- how many of the domestic airports in MAHB’s stable are profitable and how many loss-making ones are being carried in the name of “national service”?

It’s brazen cheek to target possible collusion between MAS and AirAsia while ignoring the basic economics of the aviation industry.

Not to mention bad economics and the avoidance of reality.

The Qantas CEO, for all his faults, is willing to face up to realities and do what needs to be done.

Not dithering like the Transport Ministry, MAHB and MAS!

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