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  1. Hmmm... so which operators are not adhering to standards I wonder?
  2. just found this:https://www.expatgo.com/my/2019/11/05/air-asia-doubles-flights-from-kuala-lumpur-to-singapore/?fbclid=IwAR2AktTEMoz_4uV1Ah4DAP1uKvFzN42Q7BG3T-ZIbYw3f-hiXbElybPpWic Starting on 10 November 2019, Air Asia has recently announced that they are increasing their services and seat capacity from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore with an additional daily flight on their wide-body Airbus A330 aircrafts. AirAsia’s regional commercial head, Amanda Woo said, “We are very excited about the commencement of flight services using our fleet of wide-body aircraft Airbus A330 in response to the increased demand for Kuala Lumpur bound flights, all thanks to the constant support of our passengers. Ahead of the Visit Malaysia Year in 2020, we hope to be able to contribute and help to promote Malaysia tourism with our value fares. Guests can also look forward to trying out our award-winning premium flatbed and other perks at attractive prices.” Flight schedule: Route Flight Number Depart Arrive Frequency KUL – SIN D7 672 0800 0905 Daily SIN – KUL D7 673 1005 1110 Daily KUL – SIN D7 678 1240 1340 Daily SIN – KUL D7 679 1440 1545 Daily AirAsia’s SIN-KUL sector has recorded a steady 14% year-on-year increase having flown over 1 million passengers to date, with 24% being Singapore passport holders. With the rise of increased demand for seats on this particular sector, AirAsia has now added almost 400 extra seats per day with their wide-body A330 aircraft operations
  3. That's a lot of extra capacity on the route and surprised that they finally went ahead with D7. Wonder how long it will last?
  4. Similar things happen on the the KUL-SIN sector with business promo tickets at around RM900 return when a flexi/semi flexi Y ticket is more.
  5. I quite like XSP, its simple, quick to navigate and a little quicker to get to my place in SG. Whilst SZB is closer to my apartment in KL the extra flight time means that that the overall journey time isn't much quicker. Major dislike is the lack of ground AC on the ATR 72.
  6. Any recommendations for an ID monitoring company?
  7. and now Penang is impacted https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2019/09/18/haze-forces-six-flight-diversions-in-penang-emergency-centre-activated/1791732
  8. 4 years on and the same problem with Ipoh airport impacted https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/549-passengers-stranded-ipoh-airport-haze-sultan-azlan-shah-11903456 Any idea how low the visibility was? Do they not have ILS?
  9. came across this on Quora and not sure if it was taken from another site What is an airline pilot's day on his very last flight before retirement like? https://qr.ae/TWyEbw
  10. Its mentioned in the podcast that the MAB/Brahims have a deal, the price is low and with the rising cost of materials you cannot expect to get more (5* etc )
  11. I listened to this recently. Plenty of content re:MAS/MAB https://www.bfm.my/podcast/morning-run/the-breakfast-grille/bg-dato-seri-ibrahim-bin-haji-ahmad-brahims-cooking-up-a-plan-to-bring-brahims-up-to-speed
  12. I travel weekly for business and these days my schedule isnt that flexible. Last time this caused a knock on delay that impacted evening flights hence my concern.
  13. Wonder what, if any changes this will bring.
  14. unless it knocks out the schedule for the day and then your flight is delayed Missing up the airspace up the airspace of the main gateway to the country isnt smart.
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