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Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by T Mathias

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 04:28 AM PST

Be prepared to either laugh, cry or celebrate.. Some news on Air Asia Indonesia coming out soon..soon. Merry Christmas Tony.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Anonymous

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 03:22 AM PST

At least those who do work for Tony get paid.

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Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Sharom

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 02:12 AM PST

Let him put up the misleading advertisement. Lets all boycott AA/AAX until it is on its knees. What a pre-Xmas present, worth RM640k, for the snake.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Halim

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 02:02 AM PST

Adam Yahya

Where is the full judgement of the Australian court? You know how to quote Azran press statement but you chose to keep quiet why you are ask to produce it. If you are a budak suruhan as siad then just admit lah! What is the problem? No need to feel malu when you are doing a job for your boss. you should be proud that you are hand picked to do the dirty job.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Joseph

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 01:49 AM PST

Your low caste airline did not contest the judgement or appeal against the judgement by Australian court because it was true that their advertisements were very misleading. If different rules apply then why didn’t your low caste airline contest or appeal. Didn’t contest or appeal because your boss knew too well that misleading advertisement was their business model. They need to lure people to their website. Ha ha Ha

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Joseph

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 01:46 AM PST

You don’t work for Tony but you swallowed every words of Tony’s boy without even thinking. A clear example was you repeating what Azran Omar was in great pain to do damage control by quoting extract from the Australian Judge’s judgement without providing the full Judgement for us to read. Until now, you yourself could not produce the full Judgement for the A$200,000 fine and the injunction.

“Pening kepala” because your boss didn’t tell you what you are in for when you ignorantly defending the low caste airline. Well you deserved to be penning kepala!

Please ask you boss to produce the full judgment to read lah since you saw it fit to quote Azran’s verbiage.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Joseph

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 01:37 AM PST

At last you have been educated about the unethical practice of AA/AAX. Just to help you a little, the Ministry of Trade, Co-operatives and Consumers has put in place a set of Advertising Rules which will take effect on 1 January 2013. Please try harder and show your ignorance. We will keep on educating the cybertrooper, if there is any.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by A Con Job

Posted: 20 Dec 2012 01:27 AM PST

It was a con job after all. It is slowly unfolding but surely. What a great X’mas present for the pariah. Unusually quiet from the pariah. The truth hurts, I supposed.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Adam Yahya (@mdnizamy)

Posted: 19 Dec 2012 11:50 PM PST

What needed is actually the change of rules in advertisement in Malaysia in line with Australia. No Ministry can take any actions if it’s not against the law. Law needs to change first, then only actions can be taken.

Comment on Australian Court fined AirAsia A$200,000 for misleading advertisements by Adam Yahya (@mdnizamy)

Posted: 19 Dec 2012 11:43 PM PST

Because it was true at that time. When they introduce the fly-thru service the price for Australian sector to KL already include the base fare + airport tax + fuel surcharge BUT not the connecting sector from KL to other (different advertising rules). That why I believe AAX did not contest the judgement.

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