Is Honda committing economic suicide for Japan by having factories all around the globeJump to post
KUALA LUMPUR: There are several parties that have expressed interest in buying the troubled national airlines Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAS), says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/03/20/dr-m-i-love-mas-but-it-seems-like-we-cant-afford-it/#...Jump to post
So the Minister of Finance says the PM's statement is misconstrued, that the airline is not to be sold off or closed down. And the blame for the confusion should go (as always) to the former PM. https://www.thestartv.com/v/guan-eng-pm-never-said-malaysia-airlines-to-be-sold-off Mahathir mentioned t...Jump to post
"I was not panicking. I was only thinking of passengers' safety": Pilot of AirAsia X Flight D7237
https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017 ... -airasia-x
The disruptive passenger being restrained
all is safe
apparently the passenger was drunk?? http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/05/31/kaprawi-disruptive-passenger-on-melbourne-kl-flight-was-drunk/ PETALING JAYA: Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Seri Aziz Ab Kaprawi has confirmed that the "disruptive passenger" who caused flight MH128 to ...Jump to post
I hope its just a nutcase passenger that taught pulling a prank on Malaysia Airlines would be "fun"
Even if it turns out it was a prank attempt, I hope he goes to jail for disruptive behavior.
If by some chance (hey they brought back the 744) they decided to bring back the 772, I'd only hope they'd repaint it into the new livery. Anytime I look at their 772s, I can't help but feel sad and think about the two accidents. All they did was repaint one 744 with a retro livery and never actual...Jump to post
MH had difficulty to fill 772 previously. At current service level, network connection and ticket price, mab is playing second fiddle to me3. Doubt mab could break even on 280 pax aircraft on long haul.Jump to post
Malaysia Airlines plans A350 arrivals Speaking with Business Traveller, CEO Peter Bellew said: “The first long-haul route will be Auckland, I think, and Tokyo, and a new destination we don’t currently fly to. It’s under negotiation. We are talking to three or four airports and there’s one that’s in...Jump to post