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Nabiel Haniff

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  1. same like me can't join in any cadet program but received a letter from DCA for a private cadet. but it cost me approx RM250k . so i chose a different field but in the same industry . based on my spirit of "aviation is my passion", i am now taking a diploma in aviation management . so far this diploma is quite happening and it is suite for me . anyway, good luck for you !! .
  2. they supposedly buy a new technology and new version of aircraft. A350 or B787 are such a good aircraft right
  3. not meet the requirement! Mathematics, English - B3 Physics - 4B uwaaaaaa
  4. Hello! Sorry if i duplicating the topic. Hi everyone.. Anyone will join this interview? or any of MW members are involve as a interviewer in this interview soon? I will try my lucks for this interview.hehe The candidate's registration will start at 8.30am this saturday. Guys, just wish me luck for this interview. I'll try to snap some pictures during this interview. For those who will involve in this interview either as a candidates or as a interviewer, please let me know. hehe. thanks guys!!
  5. Hi Mwinger! Just wanna ask u some advice about this career. After explored MH's website, i've found this advertisement. So here, i have several questions to ask. firstly, what is technician all about? secondly, is that a complicated job? lastly,What is their job prospect? Thanks for view and replies. your cooperation much appreciated! Copy from MH's Website. If you love a challenging career and a secure job environment, join us as a Trainee Junior Technician. Requirements: * Malaysian citizen. * 18 to 23 years of age as of assessment date. * Minimum SPM or its equivalent qualification recognised by the Malaysian Government with a credit in Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mathematics and Physics/General Science or any other technical related subject. * Those with Diploma or Trade Certificate in engineering related fields will have an added advantage. * Good command of verbal and written Bahasa Malaysia and English. * Physically and mentally fit - good eye sight, good hearing and not colour blind. Station: Kuala Lumpur Venue: Malaysia Airlines Academy, No. 2, Jalan SS7/13, Kelana Jaya, Selangor Date: Saturday, 26 September 2009 Registration time: 8.30 am to 12.00 noon Please bring along your letter of application, resume, original and certified true copies of academic certificates, IC and a recent passport-sized photograph (non-returnable). Candidates are advised todress appropriately (office attire) for the interview. (T-Shirt, slippers and jeans are not allowed). Candidates are required to bring along a calculator and stationery. Successful candidates are required to undergo a comprehensive training program for 2 years or more. The entire training cost will be borne by the Company and the Trainees will be given a monthly allowance during the training period. Upon completion of training and meeting our requirements, you will be eligible for employment with MAS. Successful candidates will be required to enter a bond to serve Malaysia Airlines for at least 5 years. Copy from MH's Website.
  6. Yeah i hope so this flu will end soon because this june i will depart to STN by D7.. hehe
  7. PUTRAJAYA: The influenza A(H1N1) virus has landed in Malaysia. The first case of the flu with pandemic potential was confirmed when a young student who returned from the United States on Wednesday de­veloped a fever and was hospitalised. Test results yesterday confirmed that the student had the virus. Taking precautions: Staff in the emergency department at the Sungai Buloh Hospital attending to their duties while wearing face masks Friday. — AP The 21-year-old student, who flew on Malaysia Airlines flight MH091 from Newark, New Jersey, to the KL International Airport (KLIA) via Stockholm in Sweden, has been placed in an isolation ward at the Sungai Buloh Hospital since Thursday evening and is being treated with anti-viral medication. Acting Health Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said all five family members of the patient, who live in the Klang Valley, had been placed under quarantine in their home and their condition was being monitored. They will be observed for a week before they can be declared clear of the disease. Kong said the ministry was trying to identify all those who came in con­tact with the student since he re­­turned home so that they could be tested. “We are also working with MAS to trace all passengers and crew members on board the flight so we can have them tested as soon as possible,” Kong said. He said it was possible that not all those on the flight were still in the country as Kuala Lumpur may have just been a transit stop before they continued their journey but the ministry would be providing information on the case to the World Health Organisation. Asked if it was possible that some passengers on the flight may not want to be identified for fear of being placed under quarantine, he said the measure was to ensure their safety and that of others around them. “We urge all those on the flight to contact the nearest hospital or the ministry so that they can tested and not wait for us to contact them or for the symptoms to show before acting,” he said, adding that they should immediately go to a hospital if they had symptoms linked to the disease. Kong said all major hospitals in the country had already set aside space so that patients testing positive for the A(H1N1) virus could be placed in isolation wards. He said that the patient managed to pass through the scanners at KLIA undetected but did not mean that they were ineffective as it was possible the student did not show any symptom at that time. He said the virus had a two- to three-day incubation period during which symptoms linked to the disease were not visible and that could have been why the scanner did not detect a fever after his flight landed at 7.15am on Wednesday. Kong said the Health Ministry would continue to use the scanners at entry points and take all precautionary measures. “The ministry has taken all the possible precautionary measures to control and contain the disease after the WHO issued a level-five alert. We are urging the public not to panic as the situation is under control,” he said. In Malacca, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin expressed confidence that the Health Ministry and other government agencies would be able to contain the spread of the A(H1N1) flu. He told reporters after opening the national-level Youth Day celebration yesterday that the fact that the health authorities managed to detect the infection revealed the effectiveness of the National Pan­demic Preparedness Plan implemented by the ministry. Source : The Star
  8. yeah.. thanks2.. btw,currently im waiting for dca approval letter.. hehe
  9. no im not selected. my height n weight aka bmi is unqualified..
  10. Yeah.. Last 3 days i bought a ticket for KUL-KBR sector. once i click at the select seat,the page will corrupt and said,pls refresh page n bla2...
  11. the candidates yesterday around 1000 even more than that. but,i was unlucky because my height n weight is not suitable for that position. starting today,i will gain my weight more n more.. hahaha.. it was a very nice and valuable experience to me.
  12. We’re on the look-out for individuals who fit this description, • Happy, fun personality • Inexhaustible smile • Boundless energy • Genuine interest in customer service • Fluent in English & Bahasa Malaysia • Good communication skills If you’re interested to be our Flight Attendant, come talk to us! Venue : Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel Room : Function Room 3 Registration : 9.00am – 4.00pm Date : 18 April 2009 InsyaAllah,I will try my fate there..hehe.. Anyone interested? If you wish to try,tell me...hehe.. Wish me luck...
  13. WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AFP) - - A woman who gave birth in mid-air left the baby behind when she disembarked in Auckland, Television New Zealand reported Thursday. ADVERTISEMENT Police and Pacific Blue -- the airline which operated the flight from the Samoan capital Apia -- were saying little about their investigation Thursday, but mother and child were said to be recovering in hospital. Television New Zealand reported that the Samoan woman gave birth in one of the aircraft's toilets during the flight to Auckland early Thursday. The infant was found by an airline worker in the toilet rubbish bin more than an hour after the plane landed. There was no suggestion any of the 150 passengers or crew were aware that the woman, reportedly aged 30, had borne a child in mid-air. But the television station said authorities discovered something was wrong after she approached them saying she had misplaced her passport. They noticed she was pale and blood-stained. A police spokeswoman said an investigation was underway, but police had not been able to speak to the woman because she was having surgery in hospital. Pacific Blue's website says women need medical clearance to board a flight if they have passed the 36-week mark in their pregnancy. "We are relieved to have been informed that both mother and child are reunited, are well and are now being looked after in hospital," the airline said in a statement.
  14. Assalamualaikum,Hi,Hello,Sawadikkap,Arigato.... I'm so sorry if I did the same post or the same event. Actually, I am thinking about MW Gathering.Any info about this event? or there is no plan yet to organise the gathering? If no, I got some plan to organise.hehehe :D I am now waiting for University calling right,so I have a few months to enjoy before back to study and study.. So,I've planned to visit Singapore instead of Australia or China or Hong Kong. Or Maybe we can use this sector KUL-SIN - AirAsia/Jetstar and SIN-australia by jetstar. Anyone insterested with this event? :D For Singapore,we just visit for 3days 2 night.It will be a nice visit if any Singaporean join because they can be our tour guide. Same also with Australia or China Or Hong Kong. We can use any budget airlines such as Tiger Airways,Jetstar,AirAsia.. Anyone? hehehe THANKS Comments,tips and feedback are welcome
  15. Yay! Maxis and MAS.. M&M is very suitable for M&M seats.. ( out of topic ) Luckily its Maxis not the other operator.. Go Maxis !...
  16. Done!.. I try to try write a blog but not submit yet
  17. Oh God.. Very hard to be an airasia's pilot..
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