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  1. This matter is simple to recognise the caused why the sudden hike of airport charges. It is because both Hyderabad and Delhi Airports are operated by MAHB


    Delhi: http://www.malaysiaairports.com.my/index.php/component/content/article/194.html

    Hyderabad: http://www.malaysiaairports.com.my/index.php/component/content/article/193.html


    In Malaysia, we do recognise the sudden price hike with not good and valid reasons. This is why AirAsia is so angry with the drastic price hike without thinking the benefits of airlines bringing good revenue to the airport and the tourism industry. Therefore, I am not surprise with Delhi is hiking up their airport charges as the main department who make those decision are the same department running our airports in malaysia

  2. but one question did pop up when i saw this news, is it necesary for the 3rd runway to be built? <img src="http://www.malaysianwings.net/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/unknw.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":unknw:" border="0" alt="unknw.gif" />


    Well AirAsia burns alot fuel when they taxi their aircraft from LCCT to the active runaway. By this the 3rd runaway will be built close to the new LCCT for faster take off and landing procedures. Plus with AirAsia's 100 Airbus on the way, its a certain to avoid heavy traffics on the runaways. Another reason will be is runaway 14L/32R will be far for the new LCCT for its depature and landings

  3. In my mind, the best thing about that article from Azran - is the honesty, that D7 can admit to its mistakes and then, move on with a revised product. Very few airlines can admit that it has had problems or disappointments or cutting back on frills, but will hide behind some media spin. (Remember the 97% approved,very healthy finger sandwiches in snekboxes by MH or the laughable lame excuse by a certain MH senior management guy on the leased 738 "business class" seats?)


    Yes indeed AirAsia do take passengers view very seriously. The CEO, Mr Azran always discuss with his passengers on how they feel with their flights no matter with AK or D7 flights. I observe this when I was in LCCT in which he was talking to few Aussie visitor of the problems of D7's previous economy seats.


    Bravo to him as he makes Malaysia proud is building great hospitality and branding

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