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Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by Nelson

Posted: 02 Jul 2013 07:28 AM PDT

That Omar Ong is one of the main players under Tingkat Empat. He is appointed as AirAsia director not for nothing. You can see AirAsia has safety issue with DCA and Air Operation Certificate was given for 6 months only. What happen after that? All is well.

This Tingkat Empat boy must be wiped out from the political as they have done too much damage. Why is Najib keeping this Omar Ong? The earlier he get rid of this fellow the better for the PM.

Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by Adnan

Posted: 02 Jul 2013 07:16 AM PDT

Since the pariah had to eat the humble pie to come to MAS, it must pay the market rate for all maintenance works. MAS must impose the same conditions as in Singapore with no discount or credit term. It must be treated like any customers. AJ must get a auditor in to audit the Botak. We know who is Botak. We must prevent the Botak of taking us for a tide.

MAS must not be stupid like what had happen ed where the brainless AJ sign an agreement to ferry AAX passengers with below market rate for the fares. MAS cannot be stupid twice.

Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by IT.Sheiss

Posted: 02 Jul 2013 06:48 AM PDT

MAS should also demand cash on delivery from Air Asia.

Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by Anonymous

Posted: 02 Jul 2013 02:57 AM PDT

Of course, he is the number 1 Spin Doctor with the help of the BK Sidhu of Star. He has been caught many times for saying one thing and do something else at a later date. He is relying on bullshitting to get by. Lets see how long he can carry on spinning.

We must keep an eye on the movement of Botak and see what he will do.

Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by Mokhtar MAS

Posted: 02 Jul 2013 01:08 AM PDT

YB you hit the nail on the head again. Thank you for keeping us MAS staff informed of the new development. We will resume to keep an eye on the Botak head – the only one shit left in MAS. Al-Ishal Ishak had left after changing MAS logo from blue and red to just pale blue. Enough of the AA remnant in MAS.

It was clear why Tony had to eat up his words where said AA will not send its plane to MAS for maintenance. The same goes when he said that AA will not move to KLIA2 when it is completed. then moving AA HQ to Jakarta because AA was buying up Batavia Air of Indonesia. It was all about spinning or bullshitting at best.

The issue now is MAS top management must examine all contracts signed by the Botak with AirAsia with regards to maintenance and ensure that they are based on current market rate and that using the hangar not in detrimental to MAS own interest.

Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by Petronius

Posted: 01 Jul 2013 10:41 PM PDT

Is the market convinced by MAS’s turnaround strategy?

Analysts in Malaysia may be convinced.

What about analysts in other countries?

What is special about MAS when the economics of the global aviation industry haven’t changed, despite the latest optimistic forecast from IATA?

Closer to home, MAS is facing competition from regional behemoth SIA which is rapidly bulking up by announcing billion dollar orders for Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

Compared to which, MAS’s own re-fleeting plans look distinctly pigmy-sized.

Comment on Tony said “AirAsia is not sending its aircraft to MAS for maintenance” by Petronius

Posted: 01 Jul 2013 10:34 PM PDT

I am curious. How do people know that ST Aerospace does not have the capacity to carry out heavy maintenance on AirAsia’s A320 fleet?

Are they privy to the internal workings of ST Aero and do they have insider knowledge of it’s capacity constraints, if any?

It would be interesting to get comments from the Airbus regional office in Singapore.

Comment on Palanivel The Great! by Petronius

Posted: 01 Jul 2013 10:27 PM PDT

Contrast Palani’s performance with that of Singapore’s Vivian Balakrishnan. The former is personable, articulate and knows his portfolio well. Furthermore, he has guts, refusing to back when he was criticized by Indonesian ministers (who should have known better).

What was that saying about monkeys and peanuts?

Comment on Palanivel The Great! by shamsulariffin

Posted: 01 Jul 2013 07:43 PM PDT

Why Najib pick him 2b Minister bcoz he ask Najib May I Come(MIC).so Najib reply u r welcome

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