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  1. Hye guys, just wanna share this. I found this blog on net, its really inspiring about a malaysian pilot and the journey. http://rolandabrahamthomas.blogspot.com/2009/07/moment-to-remember-milestone-to-cherish.html
  2. I did my PPL flight test on that aircraft(9M-CLK) back in 2005.
  3. i found this website about all the 9M registered aircrafts and the a/c holders. click here -----> http://www.skmm.gov.my/registers1/aa.asp?cc=38791118969974396441129&vl=&aa=AAAero&fpg=1
  4. AirAsia X wants to lease five A340-300s:CEO Long-haul budget carrier AirAsia X wants to lease up to five Airbus A340-300s so it can fly to new markets in Europe and New Zealand, its chief executive said Thursday. "For the right price, we would like to lease five A340-300s, although they are in tight supply," chief executive Azran Osman Rani told Dow Jones Newswires. "Depending on the availability of the aircraft, we want to move to new markets like Germany, France and New Zealand." AirAsia X, the long-haul unit of Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd, currently flies to Australia's Gold Coast, Perth and Melbourne, and Hangzhou in China. It will start flying to London next month. The carrier currently has a fleet of three A330s and one longer-range A340. An affiliate of regional low-cost carrier AirAsia and Virgin Group, AirAsia X was launched in January 2007. AirAsia and AirAsia X have common shareholders, including AirAsia founder and CEO Tony Fernandes. Richard Branson's Virgin Group has taken a 20 percent stake in AirAsia X. More airlines are opting to lease aircraft than buy them as the global economic downturn puts a squeeze on corporate finances, Singapore-based aircraft leasing firm BOC Aviation said last month. Azran has said previously that he sees "a lot of business opportunities" despite the deteriorating global economy. AirAsia X said last month it hoped to launch flights to at least three destinations in Japan by year-end.
  5. thanks for the video!!.. that was a remarkable life saving!!.. anyway the flight's captain was Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III, a former United States Air Force captain who, during his military career, served as a fighter pilot and flew F-4 Phantom II's from 1973 to 1980. After leaving the Air Force, he began a career as a pilot for Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) and later US Airways after PSA was acquired by that airline.
  6. here are the 3 parts of MALAYSIA AIRLINES Nonstop: The Boeing 777 Story on youtube!!.. check this site..
  7. i will go for B777-200LR for long houl.. MD-11 for regional and B737BBJ for domestic...
  8. The Board of Directors of TGB wishes to announce that on 16th November, 2007, Transmile received an order from the United States of America Department of Transportation ("DOT") directing, inter alia, Transmile to discontinue flights to the United States originating and terminating at Malaysia's Subang Airport. For more report click this site http://www.transmile.com/news/transmile-18-jan-2008.pdf
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