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Ariff A.

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  • Birthday 09/26/1997

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  1. Taken On 14/12 9M-MMK Unknown 9M-MMG 9V-SLS 9M-AFY Malindo ATR72-600 9M-MQB 9M-AFC 9M-AHF 9M-FYF 9M-LNK 9M-AFO Taken On 15/12 9M-AQY 9M-AFO Thank You
  2. Capture On 13 Nov On Board D7 A330... VN-A381 A6-EDA I think.. . United Airline B744 And Air China A333 VH-OJJ And VH-OEB Air New Zealand A320,Malaysia Airline B744 And Air Canada B777 VH-QON
  3. MH-B734,A333 BI-A320,B777 FY-ATR72 AK-A320,B733 D7-A343
  4. Source:http://airlineroute.net/2012/07/27/ek-kul-sep12/
  5. No news about this airline??Still waiting to see their B747..
  6. Btw,why only Indonesia Media show this news??
  7. Nice Picture Uncle Norman.......Love the RMAF logo.........Can't wait to see A400M in RMAF full colour.....
  8. The B747 Nose Look Cute.....Btw,Great Photo KS Ong... Zamir it China Airline not Air China......
  9. New era in budget travel to Asia as AirAsia X lands Save this story to read later By Angela Saurine news.com.au April 02, 2012 5:45PM First AirAsia X flight arrives in Sydney One-way sale fares to KL from $199 Airfare price war on Asia flights The inaugural AirAsia X flight from Kuala Lumpur to Sydney arrived today. Picture: Supplied Start of sidebar. Skip to end of sidebar. BUDGET airline AirAsia X's first plane landed in Sydney today, sparking a new era in cheap travel to Asia. The airline will operate daily flights to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, with new one-way sale fares from $199 for online bookings until Thursday. It also has fly-thru promotional fares to Japan, Bali, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam from $239. Singapore Airline's budget offshoot Scoot will also begin flying from Sydney to Singapore in July. The new airlines will make it quicker and cheaper to get to Asia than ever before, with AirAsia X offering links to more than 80 destinations. Sydney is AirAsia X's fourth Australian destination after the Gold Coast, Melbourne and Perth and its move into the Harbour City had been highly anticipated for some time. The airline had previously been denied permission to fly from Sydney by the Malaysian Government, despite receiving the green light from local authorities, because it wanted to protect its national carrier from aggressive new price competition. In late 2010, the airline painted the phrase "Liberate Sydney. End the Monopoly'' on the side of its newest plane. AirAsia X chairman Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman-Rani and members of the airline's board of directors joined passengers on the inaugural D7222 flight. "AirAsia X's presence in Sydney is a game changer which will deliver more competitive fares and choice for Sydneysiders," Mr Osman-Rani said. "We are very excited to bring some much-needed competition to Sydney's skies and continue to live up to our brand promise of Now everyone can fly.'' Mr Osman-Rani said he had been delighted with the response to the Sydney service and the airline has recorded strong forward sales since it opened the route for sale in January. The sale fares are valid for travel from June 26 until September 30, 2012 and terms and conditions apply. Read more: http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/new-era-in-budget-travel-to-asia-as-airasia-x-lands/story-e6frfq80-1226316767994#ixzz1qsxvDAEd Source:http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/new-era-in-budget-travel-to-asia-as-airasia-x-lands/story-e6frfq80-1226316767994
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