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Comment on AirAsia did not meet regulatory standard? by Flying Without Wings

Posted: 05 Dec 2012 05:44 AM PST

This is uncalled for. Lets share with others how unsafe AA is, not names calling.. Be professional bro.

Comment on AirAsia did not meet regulatory standard? by patrick

Posted: 05 Dec 2012 05:28 AM PST

i am glad that by March 2013 we have to put up with that airline that does not bother about safety. Can’t wait for the launching of Malindo because i have had enough of the pariah’s arrogance. After getting all the help from the Slumberjack government the pariah was making all kinds of statement trying to tell us that he achieved everything on his own without any help.

Comment on AirAsia did not meet regulatory standard? by Anonymous

Posted: 04 Dec 2012 08:22 PM PST

Here’s another juicy conincidence.

Air Asia Chief of Operations and Planning is one Mr Bo Lingam.

Google Alingam and you will find that it mean the phallus.

…. And “bo” in chinese is…..

Comment on AirAsia did not meet regulatory standard? by Subra

Posted: 04 Dec 2012 07:35 PM PST

Everyone can speak

Surprise, surprise and surprise! Not a word in the Star, the mouth piece of the pariah. DCA must take drastic actions on safety issues with AirAsia. We cannot allow the pariah’s dream come through that if AA price its fare low enough, many Malaysians will take the risk.

The Ministry of Consumer Affairs must also take actions on the advertisement that promoting sale of tickets after 31 March 2013. As of now AA has no AOC after 31 March. therefore, it must not be allowed to mislead members of the public.

Comment on New Datuk Bandar met MPs on 30-11-2012 by Moktarudin

Posted: 04 Dec 2012 06:56 PM PST

I am a resident in Danau Kota area and hope that DBKL will move the Pasar Larut Uptown to anywhere far away to commercial area so that they do their business 24 hours. It was most rediculous for the DBKL to approve pasar malam until 4 am nightly without considering the social problems and the inconveniences of residents. Further, how could a pasar malam operating until 4 am nightly be good for the rakyat.

Comment on AirAsia did not meet regulatory standard? by Everyone can speak

Posted: 04 Dec 2012 03:36 AM PST

Heard that one Air Asia A320 skidded off slightly from edge of runway in Sibu on 2nd December 2012.The aircraft still grounded on the apron in Sibu

Comment on AirAsia did not meet regulatory standard? by John Tan

Posted: 04 Dec 2012 01:30 AM PST

Airworthiness of airplanes must not be compromised. Lets leave the cybertroopers of the pariah to fly AirAsia. We better not to fly AA until after 31 March if we had to. If Malaysians give the pariah an inch he would demand for a yard. Keep him and AA in Jakarta. Lets see whether AA can owe airport taxes and make such a huge profit. And whether he could get the Indonesian government to take away 90 routes of Garuda for AA Indonesia.

Don’t you all observe that the Pariah is noticeably very quiet after the AOC issue was exposed. No more tweet or blog on the subject of AA’s safety. Of course, he sent out his cyber monkies to do damage control by diverting attention by attacking MAS.

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