Some of the major events in the previous threads:
- MH revealed that the Rural Air Services would be operated by a new subsidiary – MASWings – and not Firefly. “We decided to do this because it would be easier for us to show the profits and losses in our operations. This will also allow us to be very transparent about everything,” MH CEO said. MASWings will take over RAS from 1 October 2007.
- FAX's long haul LCC has been renamed AirAsia X. Earlier 'AirAsia Long Haul' was chosen to replace AirAsia X. FAX has leased one aircraft to begin service this year. The return fare between London’s Stansted and Kuala Lumpur could be as low as US$300 (RM1,050). On the airline's destinations, these had been narrowed down to Europe, China and Australia, with possible technical stops in the Middle East. AirAsia X will begin operation in September on a leased aircraft. The new A330s will be delivered from September next year up to 2013. There would be about 400 seats on the A330, which would set a new benchmark for seat cost per km, bringing it down further to 1.9 sen, the lowest in the market.
- MH added 39 domestic flights to meet the increase in demand to travel during the mid-year school holidays. The additional flights were operated from May 25 until June 10 with extra 5,616 seats.
- MH announced extra Perth-Kuala Lumpur services for the peak season with an expansion of the MH126/127 weekly flights. From the 5th of December, 2007 until the 7th of February, 2008, MH126 Perth-Kuala Lumpur, and returning flight MH127 will increase frequency to three times a week.
- AirAsia will be flying daily to Shenzhen from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok starting on July 15.
- AK discontinued KUL-Pekanbaru in Riau, Indonesia.
- AK will serve Vientiane, Banda Acheh in Indonesia and Ho Chi Minh City soon. No date is announced.
- AK will be launching KUL - Krabi, Thailand on 21 August 2007, Johor Bahru - Macau and Johor Bahru - Palembang, Indonesia on 25 August 2007. Also KUL - Sibu will be served 3x daily now.
- AK will pull out of Bandung Indonesia in October when they take out one more 733 out with the A320, which cannot land at the airport. Indonesia Air Asia will take over the route with the 733 until talks of runway resurfacing and restrengthening becomes more "concrete".
- AirAsia X's first destination is rumoured to be Melbourne Avalon or Newcastle, Australia.
- Firefly had proposed to operate out of Senai airport.
- Berjaya Air is to offer faster and quieter flights to tourist destinations of Redang Island, Koh Samui and later on to Tioman Island once they received their 4 ATRs.
- About 60 international chartered flights to Sabah have been cancelled because the international airport here is being upgraded. There was nothing much they could do about it but wait for the upgrading of the KKIA project to be completed by 2009.
Online Facilities/New Inflight Product:
- AK introduced a new service, 'Kiosk Check in', the first of its kind in Malaysia.
- AK has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Swiss firm OnAir Switzerland Sarl to provide inflight GSM/GPRS services on AirAsia’s fleet of Airbus A320. AK said yesterday the services would enable passengers onboard AK aircraft to use mobile phones and smartphones to make and receive voice calls, send and receive text messages and access email during a flight. The service will be deployed across AirAsia's entire fleet beginning early 2009 and fully by 2013.
- MH has introduced some 250 travel packages for people from Asean countries to come to the country, in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2007. MH has made available more than 2.5 million seats until year's end to accommodate the anticipated surge in tourists as a result of the attractive new packages generating about RM20 million revenue. Starting from as low as US$108 (RM380), the packages offer a discounted rate of 10% to 15% from the usual prices.
- MH will be launching its Let's Fly Malaysia campaign, expects the campaign to bring in RM30mil. The three-month campaign was held in conjunction with the nation's 50th Merdeka celebrations. A total of 200,000 seats with fares starting from RM1 will be offered under the "50-hour Open House" online promotion starting from 9am on June 20 until 11am on June 22. Fares would start from RM1 for flights within Peninsular, and RM10 for travel between Kuala Lumpur and East Malaysia, and to five Asean destinations namely Bangkok, Phuket, Cebu, Jakarta and Phnom Penh. The traveling period is the online promotion is from Sept 3 to Sept 30.
- AK has unveiled extra low fares in conjunction with the Mega Sale Carnival. Travellers can enjoy lots of savings from fares as low as RM6.99 one way to Miri via the Kota Kinabalu hub or other popular routes like Langkawi, Penang or Johor Baru from RM9.99. Tickets from the Kuala Lumpur hub to Bangkok will cost from RM39.99 while it will cost from RM29.99 to fly to Phuket and from RM69.90 to Bandung. The booking period is between June 19 and July 1, while the travel period is between July 3 and Sept 30.
- The Higher Education Ministry has clarified that the special airfare rebate of 50% on MH flights is open to private university students as well. The Minister said yesterday that the offer is given in conjunction with the start of the new academic term in June and July. It was open to students at both public and private universities as well as those studying in polytechnics and community colleges. The rebate is until July 31 for all domestic destinations. “To receive the rebate, students must make their reservations early, at least five days before their expected flight date.
- AirAsia is also having a special fare for students departing from Kuala Lumpur or Johor Baru to Sabah and Sarawak. The fare is between RM69 and RM99, not including taxes, surcharges and other fees. For those flying AirAsia, they must make their reservations between June 21 and July 9 and fly between June 29 and July 16. They must also purchase their tickets at least seven days before their flight dates.
- 1 AK A320 returned to KUL due to engine failure & PAN declared on 15 June 2007.
- 1 AK A320 returned to KUL due to "OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS" on 15 June 2007.
- On 12 July 2007, the aerobridge at bay A2 of KUL collapsed, shearing off the L1 door of 9M-MKE.
The opening of the KUL-SIN route:
- Will most likely become a reality on 1 January 2009 in response with the ASEAN open sky.
- The Economic Planning Unit (EPU) is in the final stages of studying YTL Corp Bhd’s proposal for a bullet train service between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. The EPU of the Prime Minister's Department was also assessing the social impact study completed by Khazanah Nasional Bhd.
- MH is looking to order 55 narrowbody airplanes and 55 widebody airplanes as part of a 7-year plan to overhaul its entire fleet. The company is expected to seek proposals in one or two months.
- ATR disclosed the decision by MH to acquire a fleet of 10 ATR 72-500s plus options for 10 additional aircraft. The contract is valued at US $ 183 million. The aircraft are intended for the expansion of Firefly - subsidiary airline 100 % owned by MH - which will establish its hubs in Penang, Subang, Johoar Bahru, and Kota Kinabalu. The ATR aicraft will progressively replace the current Fokker 50 aircraft fleet of the airline. The 72-seat aircraft will be equipped with the "Elegance" cabin, Light Emitting Diode (LED), Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) as well as the newest technological innovations in passenger comfort, communications and navigation tools. Deliveries will start in 2008.
- FAX has signed a contract for the purchase of 15 A330-300s from aircraft frame maker Airbus for US$2.63bil (excluding engine cost) with the option of purchasing 10 more. The first batch of 15 aircraft would be delivered only from September 2008 to 2011. The MOU was inked during the Paris Air Show.
- FAX (AirAsia X), the long-haul low cost start-up airline, has selected the Trent 700 to power its new fleet of 15 Airbus A330-300s. The US$1.3bil deal involving the purchase of 34 Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines, including spares and a 20-year maintenance contract. It was announced at the Paris Air Show.
- Berjaya Air signed a US$74 million (RM253.29 million) contract with French aircraft manufacturer Avions De Transport Regional (ATR) during the Paris Air Show for 4 new ATR 72-500 aircraft to replace its existing fleet of 48-seater Dash 7 aircraft. The new twin prop aircraft, powered by two Pratt and Whitney Canada PW 127F engines, will be delivered in 2009 and 2010, and have a 72-seat configuration equipped with a new "Elegance Cabin" and the newest technological innovations in the field of communications and navigation aid tools.
Government/NGO interferences in airlines' businesses:
- Transport Minister wants MH to serve more flights to China. In the past, MH has withdrawn Chengdu, Xian, Guilin, Wuhan and Macau due to unprofitability of the said routes.
- The Sarawak Government wants rural air services to be handed over to Malaysia Airlines (MAS) subsidiary MASWing immediately. The state government feels that the Oct 1 date fixed by the Federal Cabinet for MASWing to take over from Fly Asian Xpress (FAX) was “too far away” and would cause more economic losses to the state and suffering for its rural population.
- Travel agencies in Spain want MH to revive its direct flight between Kuala Lumpur and Madrid to make it easier for Spanish tourists to visit Malaysia.
- Forget about profits and treat commercial flights to the city here as a social project for travellers, Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Tajol Rosli Ghazali said. Urging MH, its subsidiary Firefly and low-cost carrier AK to help revive the under-utilised Sultan Azlan Shah Airport here, Tajol Rosli said: “MAS and AirAsia must forget about whether the flights are viable. Flights to Ipoh must be seen as a social project. Be more considerate and forget about profits. After a while, I am sure they will be able to do well by flying here,” he said.
- Tourism Minister was also trying to persuade MH subsidiary Firefly to consider making Kota Kinabalu a regional hub to cover the East Asean Growth Area encompassing Sabah, Sarawak, southern Philippines, Sulawesi and Kalimantan.
- Malaysia vs India.
An official from India's Civil Aviation Ministry said the country did not impose any ban on MH flights as reported in the newspapers lately but admitted that India was unhappy with Kuala Lumpur's decision not to give landing rights to two of its carriers. Leading local newspapers in India had reported that the Indian Civil Aviation Department had issued a ban warning to MH as retaliation to Malaysia's decision not to allow Air Sahara and Air India Express to fly to Kuala Lumpur.
- Canada, which maintains one of the most stringent visa regimes, is not about to ease its tedious vetting processes for Malaysian passport holders.
- MH reported a sustained turnaround with a net profit of RM133.1mil for its 1Q2007 ended March 31, compared with a loss of RM319.9mil in the year-earlier quarter. The net profit was derived from a group operating profit of RM129mil, comprising RM107mil from international operations, RM22mil from domestic services and a gain of RM17.7mil from the sale of properties.
- For the third quarter ended March 31, AirAsia's revenue grew 53% to RM396mil compared with the previous corresponding period. Pre-tax profit jumped almost 200% to RM43mil. Net profit increased to RM86.9mil from RM14.1mil year-on-year as the company recognised deferred tax arising from the investment allowance.
- Thai AirAsia'snet profit for the quarter was 60 million baht (RM6.5mil), a 43% growth from a year ago with net profit margins of 4%.
- Indonesia AirAsia posted a net loss of 49 billion rupiah (RM19mil) attributable to the average fare being 9% lower and 7% higher cost.
- MAHB reported a 17% increase in net profit for the first quarter ended March 31 of RM71.3mil against RM61mil a year earlier. Sales improved to RM332mil compared with RM313.8mil before.
- A man landed in the soup for a joke he made while boarding a plane at KCH. The man, who hand-carried a heavy box containing car parts, had told an air stewardess in jest that it was a “bomb”. The stewardess reported the incident to the flight captain, who summoned the security guards to escort the man out of the plane. The man was to board the 3.20pm plane from Kuching to Sibu. He was, however, detained by police for questioning.
- A female passenger's claim about “owning dangerous items” caused a two-and-a-half hour flight delay for 282 passengers in Singapore Changi Airport.
- A Malaysian man has been held at Perth airport after 2kg of heroin was allegedly found in his luggage. The bags of the 32-year-old man were X-rayed after he arrived overnight on a flight from Kuala Lumpur, Australian Customs said.
- Police have received several reports about “taxi drivers” in KUL who robbed their victims of cash and passports after taking them on a terror ride.
- A Malaysian court has ordered MH to pay an Indian man 20,000 ringgit ($A6,800) in damages for serving him meat after he asked for a vegetarian meal. Arvind Sharma, 44, said he vomited after he was served chicken on a flight from Bangalore to Kuala Lumpur in March 2003.
- Five men who have been in remand for the past five years since their arrest pleaded guilty to committing armed robbery with parangs, knives, sickles and axes on Feb 22, 2002 between the 302nd and 265th kilometre of the North-South Expressway in Bangi against nine local travellers who were bound for the KL International Airporton an airport coach (bus). The victims suffered total losses of about RM50,000 after the gang took all their money, cellphones, wallets, jewellery, ATM and credit cards, cheque books, identity cards, plane tickets and even books, among others.
- A former flying school operator was charged with cheating three individuals into believing that the Department of Civil Aviation had issued a license to his company to train would be pilots.
- Pirated taxies are having a field day at the Penang International Airport after the Road Transport Department (JPJ) stopped its enforcement operations there. Limousine drivers at the airport claimed that their earnings had dropped by 40% with the presence of such taxis.
- Malaysia's tourism campaign is now known as, "Malaysia, Heart of Asia", no more "Malaysia Truly Asia".
- The Greatest Tourism Carnival 2007 has in store some fantastic travel offers. The annual mid-year event kicked off on 22 June at the Putra World Trade Centre, offering a potpourri of holiday packages for both local and international destinations. There were more than 380 booths set up by 100 exhibitor firms, which include airlines, hotels and resorts, tour operators and travel agents. Jointly organised by the Malaysian Chinese Tourism Association (MCTA) and Asia Pacific Tourism Events (APTE), visitors to the event also stand to win cash and other prizes worth more than RM300,000 in early bird surprises as well as the visitors, buyers and pavilion contests.
- An annual event to challenge Berlin’s Internationale Tourisme Bourse, London’s World Travel Mart and The Arabic Travel Mart in Dubai is being planned in Malaysia.
- The Matta Fair will be held at Halls 1,2 and 3 of Putra World Trade Centre here from Sept 7 to 9. Entrance fee is RM3 per entry for adults and free for children under 12.
It is now mandatory for all licensed travel and tour agencies to offer travel insurance for local and outbound travel. However, travellers will have the right to refuse such protection. The premium is RM15 per person (local and outbound) and the plan also covers inbound travellers at US$15 per person (RM51). The Basic Travel Protection Plan, which had been endorsed by the ministry, provided tour fare protection of up to RM10,000, apart from basic medical, repatriation, accidental death, permanent disablement and personal liability coverage. Tour fare protection covers the traveller against cancellations and the travel or tour agency closing as a result of financial collapse or default.
- The Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur is offering “The Most Expensive Chicken Rice in the World,” featuring a private plane trip to Ipoh, the birthplace of chicken rice and the adventure of a lifetime. The luxurious package for two also includes a two-night stay in their executive suite, a tour of Ipoh Old Town and a good portion of authentic Ipoh chicken rice. The package, which ends on Dec 30, is subject to availability and is priced at RM5,888.
- Abacus Distribution Systems (M) Sdn Bhd expects to perform better this year with new products and services. Abacus provides hardware and software to link its customers -- largely travel agencies -- to airline systems for immediate bookings. The company expects between a 5% and 7% increase in bookings this year compared with last year. Abacus is supported by 10,000 agency locations and over 26,000 terminals in 20 countries. About 70% (840) of travel agencies in Malaysia use the Abacus system.
- MH had conditionally agreed to take back rural air services in Sabah and Sarawak that were earlier transferred to Fly Asian Xpress. MH agreed to this subject to the aircraft being returned in good condition and losses from such services could be recovered through a subsidy from the Government. The Government agreed with the arrangements.
- On the 1Q2007 operating results, the airline's load factor improved to 71% from 68.6% in corresponding three months last year, while yield – the average fare per kilometre – rose 15% to 26.1 sen from 22.6 sen.
- The airline's workforce was trimmed by 15%, or 3,000, to 19,700. The employees left through a separation scheme, retirement and expiry of contract. MH CFO said this was an ongoing process and that this year the workforce was projected to be reduced further by about 650 people through similar means.
- MH reorganised of the office (structure) of executive director and CFO to enhance the airline's efficiency in implementing its business turnaround plan (BTP).
- MH managing director Datuk Idris Jala became the first Malaysian to be elected to the International Air Transport Association’s Board of Governors, who will sit on the board until 2010.
- MH has asked for an independent audit on the 12 planes currently used by FAX to operate the Rural Air Services before it takes over the routes on Oct 1. The audit was to ensure that the planes – seven Fokker F50s and five Twin Otters – were “in the same operational condition” as when MH handed them over to FAX in August last year.
- MH will be able to move into e-ticketing completely now that the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has postponed the deadline for its members to go completely electronic. The new deadline is May 31, 2008.
- MH has short-listed at least three vendors to replace its 20-year-old spares inventory system with a more modern ‘’enterprise-wide system’’ capable of tracking all work functions at the engineering and maintenance (E&M) unit. The new system, which would provide greater efficiency, was estimated to cost the airline up to RM70mil and would be fully implemented within two to three years.
- A survey of 10,000 readers of UK's Daily Telegraph newspaper on their experiences in luxury travel has placed MH among the finest of Asia's airlines. MH is among four runners-up in the category of Best Asian Airline behind a clear favourite; Singapore Airlines.
- MH has hedged 61 percent of its 2007 fuel needs at an assumed price of US$60 (euro44.84) per barrel of crude oil to protect itself against volatile jet fuel prices. The company has also hedged 18 percent of its needs for 2008 at US$62 (euro46.32) a barrel.
- MH was still in talks with Airbus SAS on the late delivery of the Airbus A380, ordered in 2003. “We are still exploring various options. It could be compensation for MAS for the delay in delivery of the A380 aircraft or replacing it with a different model, depending on the pricing."
- MH's maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) business would continue to grow this year. The airline expects its MRO revenue to rise to RM300mil this year. Last year, the MRO business brought in about RM200mil in revenue, up from RM100mil the previous year.
- On more code-sharing arrangements, MH was also close to signing agreements with airlines in China and India, and had started initial discussion with a US airline for such an agreement.
- MH is likely to conclude a code-share agreement with Guangzhou-based China Southern Airlines (CSA) in the next three months, giving the former access to potentially 120 destinations throughout China.
- MH cabin staff and local artistes will take to the stage on July 21 to raise funds for six organisations at a charity dinner in Putrajaya called "Journey of Dreams” gala night. The event will be held at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre. Dinner table packages are available from RM2,000 to RM10,000 for groups of 10.
- MH is given rights to Lahore, Pakistan. MH in total has 14 rights to Pakistan, 7 each to Lahore and Karachi.
- MH is trying to re-align cabin crew rest hours and flight time limitation. Savings from this can improve productivity, improving future remuneration packages and better base salary.
- Proposal for new retirement age of female cabin crew has been prepared. Waiting for the recommendations from MH's HRD.
- Come 31st August, MH will participate in the Merdeka Parade. About 100 staff from various department will wear Malayan Airways uniform as they will march under the Tunku Abdul Rahman era (Malayan Airways-MSA).
- MH's CEO 4 major objectives as revealed by an interview with The Edge. Firstly, MAS will focus more intensely on costs going forward, with a view to bring them down further while the second point is the focus on improving yield and the customer flying experience with MAS will continue. Thirdly, capacity and network expansion would take a back-seat until revenue enhancement and cost reduction initiatives are substantially in place. Fourthly, MAS needs to be prepared for possible future industry-wide overcapacity, due to the large numbers of aircraft orders being placed currently.
- As for MH joining an alliance, there is no timeframe given by AF/KL as told by MH's CEO. BTP clearly stated the period/phase of “joining an alliance”. But Isz1 leave us wondering by what 19 July ... 7 days left... has anything to do with MH joining an alliance.
- AK is considering flying to Guilin, Xiamen, Haikou and Kunming in China. AK will also start a 4 times weekly flight from BKI to Xiamen.
- AirAsia X is considering Tianjin, Hangzhou, Chengdu and Chongqing.
- AirAsia will consider a dual listing in the United States or Europe in the future, but quashed speculation that such a move was in the works.
- AirAsia expects RM15mil in annual revenue from its cargo division via an agreement with cargo management firm, Leisure Cargo GmbH. Under the two-year agreement, Leisure Cargo will serve as the budget airline’s air cargo provider on the latter’s regional routes from the Kuala Lumpur hub.
- AK's subsidiary, Tune Money Sdn Bhd, which is due to launch its no-frills online financial services by the fourth quarter, has received its first regulatory approval from Bank Negara to issue prepaid cards – credit cards without debt – in Malaysia. It also received the central bank's approval to perform international remittances, meaning that Tune Money prepaid cardholders would be able to transfer funds overseas using their cards.
- Virgin's Sir Richard Branson wants 20% stake in AirAsia X for US$6.9 million (euro5.1 million).
FLY ASIAN EXPRESS
- FAX has blamed the “culmination of unexpected and periodical maintenance” of its planes for flight disruptions for 72 hours on 9 June 2007.
- FAX received humongous amount of critics over the way they handled RAS.
- FAX has revised its timetable, with reduced flight frequency to certain locations. This comes in the wake of criticisms against the airline, whose services have been described as unreliable and affected rural travel and tourism in Sabah and Sarawak. The new schedule took effect from June 16 and would be in force until Aug 31.
- Woes over FAX's unsatisfactory RAS service caused the government backbenchers (in the parliment) to express doubt over the safety of AirAsia flights and urged the government to monitor the situation.
- For the LCCTs in KUL and BKI, the airport tax for domestic travel would be reduced from RM9 to RM6. For international travel, the tax will be reduced to RM25. Airport charges at the KLIA main terminal and other airports in the country would remain.
- LAGs (liquid, aerosol, gel) ruling implemented in KUL from 21 May 2007.
- On the incentive scheme for airlines, MAHB had extended it to Dec 31. The new scheme might come up before the end of the year.
- Passengers who are on transit at KLIA will have the chance to experience Kuala Lumpur despite their short stay. Now, those who are on transit for at least four hours will able to take a quick tour of the city as part of many ongoing efforts by KLIA and its partners to attract more tourists and visitors to the country. Called the Discover Kuala Lumpur programme, visitors will be whisked away on the high-speed KLIA express train to KL Sentral before they visit the many interesting places within the city. There is also a special package to Menara KL, which includes a guided tour, nature walks and meals.
- Low-cost carrier Firefly has received the green light to operate from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang but will only be permitted to fly domestic routes currently not serviced by AirAsia or Malaysia Airlines. The current restrictions mean that it can only fly to Ipoh, Malacca and Kerteh from Subang. The news shocked AK.
- A consortium of Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), India's GMR Infrastructure and Turkey's Limak clinched the rights to Istanbul's second airport on July 9 with a 1.9 billion-euro (RM8.9 billion) bid. The winning bid does not include 18% value added tax.
- A proposal was made by Equine Capital on the potential development of a new airport in Penang at a cost of RM1.2bil in Batu Kawan (mainland) and take over the land where the current airport is sited (island).
- Kulim is poised to be a Smart City by 2020 complete with a Light Rail Transit (LRT) system and a regional airport. A regional airport for light and medium aircraft has been proposed in Padang Meha. The proposed airport will not create air traffic conflict because it is located 50km away from the Penang International Airport in Bayan Lepas and 100km away from the Sultan Abdul Halim Airport in Alor Star. It will cater for private jets, community airline services such as Malaysia Airlines' FireFly and medium-sized cargo planes.
- Prime Minister announced that travellers could look forward to a bigger airport in Ipoh however, the state government may not use the RM40mil allocation from the Federal Government to extend the runway of the Sultan Azlan Airport in Ipoh if the airport remains underused.
New carrier/additional frequency/upgrade/downgrade/movement to Malaysia:
- Qatar Airways has announced that it will offer an additional three flights for the Kuala Lumpur-Doha routes due to strong customer demand. The new flights were effective on 14 June 2007 increasing its seats capacity to 2,500 seats weekly.
- Royal Brunei Airlines will start flying thrice weekly from Bandar Seri Begawan to Kuching, Sarawak in November, raising expectations of increased tourist arrivals to the state, particularly from Australia and northern Asia.
- PIA reroute KUL as KHI-KUL-KHI with A310 and 743, previously this service was routed as LHE-KHI-KUL-SIN and ISB-KHI-SIN-KUL with A310 only, Singapore has been dropped from network.
- Tourism Malaysia is working with travel agents in China and Malaysia to resume chartered flights between Urumqi and Kuala Lumpur.
- The Czech Republic hopes that AirAsia X can finalise negotiations to fly to Prague by December 2007. Ambassador Dana Hunatova said there was much expectation that AirAsia would be granted landing rights to fly to the capital.
- The Malaysian and French governments will begin formal talks in October on Malaysia’s request for more landing rights in Paris. Malaysia is requesting the weekly flights to Paris to be doubled to 14 weekly from 7 weekly presently in view of the increasing load factor between the two cities.
The previous Malaysian Aviation Threads can be found here:
Malaysian Aviation Thread (by 9MMAR Dec 29 2006 in Civil Aviation) Malaysian Aviation Thread 2 (by 9MMAR Feb 10 2007 in Civil Aviation) Malaysian Aviation Thread 3 (by 9MMAR Apr 6 2007 in Civil Aviation) Malaysian Aviation Thread 4 (by 9MMAR May 28 2007 in Civil Aviation)
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