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  1. Airbus A320 -251N 8795 9M-RAM AirAsia delivery 07-08mar19 TLS-DWC-KUL ex F-WWIR source: skyliner
  2. Bangkok DMK - Tianjin 4/7 from 3rd may
  3. AirAsia Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Terengganu from 4 times daily new 6 times daily from April Kuala Lumpur - Cochin from 14/7 to 17/7 ab April Kuala Lumpur - Kota Bharu from 7x daily new 8x daily from Mai And AirAsia have now traffic rights for: Kuala Lumpur - Surat Thani Kuala Lumpur - Jinjiang Kota Kinabalu - Seoul !!! AirAsia India Colkata - Mumbai daily from 15th April
  4. "lower" than last year.... Would be nice to get some numbers ;-)
  5. Only flex and Business available....yes looks like they are going out! They open some new routes but no new jets, so they have to canx other routes. Looks like no fresh money from indonesia for Malindo...
  6. https://atwonline.com/airlines/source-nok-air-thai-airasia-consolidation-highly-likely
  7. AirAsia India Dehli - Indore 1 daily *new* Dehli - Srinigar from 2x daily new 3x daily Dehli - Bangalore from 2x daily new 3x daily Dehli - Pune from 2x daily new 3x daily From 25th march, 7th A320 for Dehli
  8. http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/business/2019/02/28/regulator-warns-airasia-on-takeover-of-nok-air/
  9. Thats not possible cause the majority of the airline must stay in Thai hands.
  10. Do you know that AAP ist just the Holding for Thai AirAsia and nothing more? And is owned by 45% by AirAsia.... They cannot do anything "on their own" All Jets from NOK are leased, so you can say goodbye to all the jets maybe within a year or 2. And then turn over the slots in the morning to Thai AirAsia. And of course end then the cooperation with SQ on Nokscoot. You can be sure that AAP will not buy just 5% stake on NOK to give them some fresh cash ...
  11. AirAsia Kuala Lumpur - Da Nang from 10/7 new 14/7 from 8th April Da Nang will then be served 3 times daily from DMK, 2 times daily KUL and daily CNX. Vietnam network
  12. https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/thai-airasia-owner-in-talks-to-buy-stake-in-rival-nok-air NOK is near the end, cheap to buy. A lot of Slots at DMK and you can close NokScoot on the LCC-Longhaul market out of DMK.
  13. Thai AirAsia ChiangMai - Da Nang daily from 12th April
  14. Could that be? Sabah ( KK ) to Manado 4/7? https://manadopostonline.com/read/2019/02/24/Air-Asia-Hiasi-Langit-Manado-Mulai-April-2019/53590
  15. AirAsis Indonesia Soon AirAsia will announce a new destination: Labuan Bojo on Komodo Island daily from Denpasar!
  16. From the AirAsia X report for 2018 out a few minutes ago: "Up to 5 A333 for Thai AirAsia X in 2019" ( one was delivered in Jan ) "Malaysia AirAsia X will stay at 24 A333."
  17. https://www.dw.com/en/air-ticket-wars-meager-profits-for-asias-budget-carriers/a-47605900
  18. Back in 2017 there was the discussion about Malindo Air: http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/malindo-relocated-klia-because-it-full-service-carrier-%E2%80%94-deputy-minister So in 2017 KLIA1 was more comfortable in the eyes of Malindo... And folks, yes its really a difference if you are walking around in the satelitt, the quality of the shops, state of the art departure gates... Compare that to the long and dark waiting area in KLIA2 with nearly no shops when you are waiting at the gate. But in the end, Malaysian airports have to decide if they want growth! LCC-Growth all around the world goes in line with lower costs, "cheaper packages" or whatever you call it. More growth means more passengers, more tourists etc...
  19. As a passenger who uses KLIA several times every year?
  20. In your book ok, but i see it from my point of view :-).
  21. But its not as good as Terminal 1! And thats the core of the question.
  22. http://www.theborneopost.com/2019/02/20/sarawak-having-its-own-airline-a-good-idea-mayor/
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