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Posted: 04 Jul 2013 01:35 AM PDT
Why are the Aj and the other top management are keeping very quiet over this issue? We would like to know what are the terms of the contract between AA and MAS. AA must pay market rate and no priority be given to AA. Priority of maintenance work must be given for MAS aircraft before AA.
We demand the answers from AJ and the other top management. Don’t just preened to keep quiet and then telling MAS staff that we need to cut cost and at the same we are helping others whip is unrelated to MAS.
Posted: 03 Jul 2013 11:52 PM PDT
I thought that MAS was/is self-sufficient in both MRO and heavy maintenance capabilities and capacity for all it’s aircraft, including the A380s?
So, where has MAS been sending it’s aircraft for maintenance? Singapore? India? Australia? Hong Kong? The Philippines? Indonesia?
And, btw, what’s the story on MAS’s turnaround strategy? I read about SIA bulking up with billion-dollar orders for A350s, A380s, B777s and B787s.
MAS? It’s the like the poor kid who presses his nose against the glass windows of the candy shop…….
Posted: 03 Jul 2013 11:15 PM PDT
We have heard that MAS had to send its own aircraft overseas to have them maintenance. This is an additional unnecessary cost to MAS. Why must MAS Engineering or MAS in giving priority to AirAsia. Charity begins at home. Is AJ managing MAS or sleeping on the job like the Slumberjack.
Posted: 03 Jul 2013 10:50 PM PDT
The Pariah only thinks of himself otherwise he will never behave insuch a matter. Say one thing at one thing and do another later. This is his principle.
The top management of MAS had to now scrutinize the agreement signed by MAS Engineering and AIrAsia with a fine tooth comb. MAS is a our national airline and we cannot allow MAS to be used by AirAsia or any other airline. MAS must learn from his past mistakes where it entered into one sided contract in detrimental to MAS . The examples are too glaring.
All we need to start with the RM6 billion catering contract entered into with LSG Skychef Brahmin’s, a company owned by the brother of Badawi. If you want to know more about this catering contract all you need to ask Tan Sri Nor Yakop, the financial genius!
Another is the MAS-AirAsia share suap that was planned by the genius in Khaznah under Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar.
AJ has been bragging about turning around MAS by 2014 by which time his contract will also be up for renewal. With the way MAS is managed and with the Botak Head in MAS Engineering, I doubt if MAS can turn around by 2014.
I will not be too surprised if the Botak Head followed the footstep of Rozman Omar, the ex-CFO and Al-Ishal Ishak, the ex-Re-branding and Marketing VP resign after he has caused the damage to MAS.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO WAKE UP FOR AJ.
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