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Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Johari

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 06:53 AM PDT

Just look at the list of personalities involved in AirAsia and AirAsia X. All connected to Tingkat 4. Then you will not be surprised why the 25% discount given during the time of Slumberjack. Now lets see whether MAHB dares to take actions.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by kiasu

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 06:03 AM PDT

Kenapa diberi diskaun rm25 juta sedangkan the whole amount is paid by passengers, not Air Asia?

Mantan Menteri Pengangkutan wajar dipanggil untuk beri keterangan. Ada unsur rasuah di sini, atau setidak2nya menyalahguna kuasa untuk kepentingan syarikat Air Asia, bukan kepentingan penumpang iaitu rakyat.

Sudah tentu Pemangku Menteri Amaran Pengangkutan sekarang tidak akan ambil endah perkara2 begini. Kerana beliau lebih selesa naik helikopter daripada kapalterbang tambang murah.

Lagi pun, apa peranan Pemangku Menteri itu sekarang ya? Memastikan Air Asia sentiasa ceria dengan cat baharu?

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by bourne identity

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 04:53 AM PDT

i think the government needs a a King of Snake catchers to catch a king cobra in the form of T… – btw…has anyone heard of him speak bahasa malaysia before?

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Masturabaiduri Ahmad

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 03:21 AM PDT

Shariah compliance investors should refrain from investing in AA and AAX. They are taking Haram money.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Yushaimi

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 02:43 AM PDT

MAHB ambil tindakan. Gatung perkhidmatan terhadapa AirAsia dan AAX sehingga mereka membayar airport tax yang tidak dituntut oelh penumpang2. Janagan kasi muka lagi.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Joe

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 01:37 AM PDT

AA got special immunity during the time of the Slumber Jack. No wonder it was given a massive discount of RM25 million for settling a debt that it should have paid many years ago. The Government should have imposed interest on the debt. Hope that the Government will take the necessary actions to impose interest on the debt on the unclaimed airport tax for no show passengers.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Ch'ng

Posted: 03 Jun 2013 12:27 AM PDT

Mr Loong

You are not the only one experienced such problems with AA. I also had the same problem with slow refund and deduction of administration charges. Deduction should not be done a AA had already forfeited the fare as its profits. In fact the Government should make it a regulation that all airlines must automatically refund airport tax, fuel charges to no show passengers. The airline has no right to keep this money. It is not their. It belong to the no show passengers.

The government must act on this. This should also be part of the Government’s Transformation Policy.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Pak Din

Posted: 02 Jun 2013 11:16 PM PDT

What is the problem with MAHB? If AA or AirAsia X are not following directives/regulations of MAHB just suspend their landing rights and utilization of the airport facilities. Why AA/AirAsia X dare not offend other airport authorities overseas because they knew they will get hammered. MAHB just take actions and don’t let these low caste airlines to bully you.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Eduard Loong

Posted: 02 Jun 2013 10:57 PM PDT

Air Asia has consistently returned airport tax due to me, but always taking their own sweet time of about 1-3 months to credit the amount from the day I made the request for refund, and if I’m not mistaken there’s a processing fee for that too.
In contrast when a neighbour airline changed their flight schedules which I found to be inconvenient, I opted for a full refund, & the money was credited to me within 3 weeks, with no processing fee charged.

I would also like to question Air Asia policy to charge fuel surcharge, & forfeiting the money when a passenger fails to show up. After all the passenger did not take the flight, and the surcharge should be considered superfluous. The fuel surcharge should be refunded to the passenger as well.

Comment on AirAsia & AirAsia X have not handed over unclaimed airport taxes to MAHB by Samsonite Bag

Posted: 02 Jun 2013 10:18 PM PDT

It is best that KLIA collect the airport taxes directly from passengers, like what it is being done in some airports round the world.

MAHB should forget about collecting the airport taxes via the airlines, as they are now proven to be very untrustworthy.

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