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Comments for Wee Choo Keong

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by MHMsia

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 08:58 AM PDT

Should ever MH decide to solely operate with Airbus, it’ll not be hard to wonder who will bank in great commission

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by Kamarul

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 07:23 AM PDT

that Botak is the major left over from the Pariah. Had to expose him on what he is trying to do. Now that the Pariah had said that he will not send the plane to MAS for service then we must make sure that the Botak is not doing anything to assist. We must thank the Pariah for not sending plane for service because AA is not paying the market rate.

That Botak must not be spared at all.

Comment on AJ plugs the wrong “LEAKS”! by Stan

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 06:08 AM PDT

Dear Wee,

EPF has selling off MAS shares since late MAY 2012, few hundred thousand shares at one go. I wonder who is slowly picking up the shares since this is a loss making company. You can track this moment from Bursa’s website on MAS.

There is surely something going on here. Is it possible for you to know who the buyer is?

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by GE Man

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 06:01 AM PDT

Dear Terminal Mess and MAS Boy,

Let us work as a team to expose botak head Azhari who are trying to screw up MAS Engineering, with the assistance of his YES MAN Aminuddin Zakaria (hand picked by TF from GE Engine).

The rumour of SAE taking over/buying over MAS Engineering is just a diversion created by b(otak) kosong Azhari.

TF wont send his A320/A330 to MAS , that’s what TF had openly said.Where will he send his aircraft ?

The theory is that , MAS currently had an Indian MRO JV with GMR in Hydrabad, a 50-50 JV in which MAS had invested few million US dollar.

Azhari is trying to kill this JV by openly saying to us that MAS engineering don’t want to get involve in it any more.

In fact, the two Malaysian COO and CFO in GMR , their contract not renewed/terminated since April this year 2012 by MAS.(The CEO is an Indian national)

Since MAS Engineering don’t want to participate anymore , the only solution is to sell this MAS 50 % share in GMR, and its up to MAS to decide how much it will cost , satu ringgit ?? and guess who will buy it ???

Yes, the airlines who’s A320 is due for HMV (Heavy Maintenance) lah of course.

Also , Words going around that Azhari had sign LOI between MAS Engineering and LHT for LHT to take over/JVs MAS component , electrical ,propeller and landing gear work shop. This is also done for some reason in which it will be expose too…..(the clue , there is a link to TF Chatham Jets set up in Subang Airport ).

As if MAS Engineering shop staff are so stupid don’t even know how to run a workshop , it had been running just fine for the last 20 years !!
Do we need a white man to teach us what to do ??

The longer this botak head is around the more damage done to this beloved national airlines.

He should be kick to Jakarta…………

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by Rizal

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 05:13 AM PDT

Wtf, why the authority and the public were so gullible. Good thing Mas staff exposed and kicked out Toni cuni. Next to go botak n A jahil.

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by MAS boy

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 04:39 AM PDT

Terminal mess

Very interesting comments. No wonder the botak is still holding on when his friend Rozman has thrown in the towel. May be he never and it so good in MAS or he is still having unfinished jobs to do in MRO for the Pariah.

We must watch up this botak. Make sure that he is unable to move to screw MAS. We must ensure that his every move is exposed before he can do anything.

Thank you for highlighting for us to know. Hopefully AJ will wake up and take the necessary actions to look after the interest of MAS and not that Pariah.

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by Terminal mess

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 04:32 AM PDT

Dear YB Wee

Pls investigate the rumour going around MAS that the engineering MRO division is to be sold to Sepang Aircraft engineering (SAE). Heard that Azahari has been trying to stir staff support for this idea. If this happens then the pariah can send all his aircraft for maintenance & technically will not be under MAS MRO as he had claimed recently.
Also, suspect that the powers that be are also stalling AIROD’s bid to become a civil MRO by delaying the regulatory processes needed for them to perform maintenance for 3rd party
If SAE (which is now owned by AIRBUS) does take over MAS MRO, then it will be Malaysia’s loss.
What MAS & MAHB have been building all these years are slowly being destroyed by the greedy, selfish pariah.

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by Omar

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 04:27 AM PDT

Spinning is TF’s way of surviving. So we have to be careful with what he say. Just ignore him. Let him go to Jakarta and see what is he going to get there. If the AA refused to move to KLIA2, just close down LCCT. The government cannot be dancing to his tune all the time. With the Slumberjack in power then he can.

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by Mastura Baiduri

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 04:10 AM PDT

Runway is designated by using the first two numbers of compass bearing of its allignment. Thus a runway direction of 324 degrees (NNW) is called runway 32.. From the oppsite end – in the SSW direction, will be called runway 14. The lay out of the third runway is to the west of KLIA2 parallel to the existing two runways (32L / 14R & 32R / 14L). Most likely the new runway will be designated as 32L / 14R while the current runway will be redesignated as 32C / 14C and 32R / 14L remain as it is. Looking from the air, both ends of the new western most runway is at the same position as the middle runway, with the new LCCT terminal on the norhern half of both runways. It means, depending on the direction they are used, aircraft will either have long taxying time for take of or after landing.

Rightfully, they shoud be offset, like the two current runways, such that they have short taxying time for both take off and landing. For example, the present runway, normally 32R is for takeoff and 32L for landing. Beginning of takeoff end runway 32R is nearer to terminal, thus saving taxy time and fuel. Landing or touchdown point of runway 32L is far from terminal, so that the end of landing run and exit is near to terminal.

The new LCCT terminal (KLIA2) is very far from the eastern runway. Most likely, aircraft using KLIA2 will be using the western most and middle runways. When the active runways are in NNW direction, aircraft will have long taxy time, where as if SSW directions are in used, aircraft will have long taxying after landing.

Apart from reducing taxying time and avoiding aircraft having to cross the middle runway, the additional runway will not likely increase the traffic capacity very much. The capacity (number of take offs and landings per hour) also depends on the airspace around the airport. Consideration has to be taken on the dirctions of aircraft after takeoff and the missed approach path of landing aircraft. The whole airspace management around KLIA and Subang will have to restudied and redesigned.

Comment on Tony spins, Tony takes it up by Mastura Baiduri

Posted: 07 Jul 2012 03:22 AM PDT

The less transparent (read opaque) the better… More rakyat’s money can be stolen through the project.

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