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  1. My concern is that AK is only interested in taking out its competition. There will be no pride in what MH stands for or drive to make MH ‘great again’. They have tried it before with the share swap deal - MH ended up worse off. I really hope they don’t fall into the hands of TF. What we need is a foreign investor who have the knowledge, expertise and experience of performing a turnaround. JAL seems to be the best bet. KUL is definitely not as premium as SIN but I feel that there is still room for both full service carriers and low cost carriers. the only reason why Khazanah would want to do that is that the board members will benefit from something! It is a no brainer. Hope Dr M prevails this time!
  2. Such rubbish from Khazanah. Air Asia, as you have all mentioned, will be interested to take MH out of the equation. They are in it for themselves only. Just like what Mueller did with EK and MH’s European ops. they need to think long term - and if JL or AF/KLM can not only invest in MH but also make KUL a more competitive hub... that will be much better for both. Remember Lee Kuan Yew said that if given the choice, he would prefer for SIN to continue being an international air hub rather than protect SIA. this is why SIN and SQ are where they are now...
  3. JAL will be most welcome, especially if KUL becomes one of their hubs. air Asia not so much. We’ve been there and failed. Not again.
  4. What an embarrassment... one of the six countries in category 2. How did it get so bad? Politicians busy with airing each other’s dirty laundry and enriching themselves. this will take a lot of time to sort out
  5. Alamak uncle Tony, Heathrow can manage many more pax with two runways. I’m sure you’ll make do with the same
  6. I have a feeling this is going to benefit SQ more than it will benefit MH. Funnelling our Europe bound passengers via Dubai (mueller time) and now vis Singapore as well.
  7. That was a huge mistake by the previous CEO. I did not understand why they did it. MAskargo under JJ Ong was also very profitable. they were desperate to show some positive numbers so decided to downsize rapidly - but all in the wrong areas. Very shortsighted as you say
  8. Finally! Oneworld cooperation for MH has been abysmal. The airline that sponsored MH into OW was QF, and they dont even fly to KUL. I was so surprised that MH and BA didnt codeshare on their KUL-LHR flights. CX pulled out of Malaysia and left us with KA service only. But I guess MH codeshares with CX out of HKG. MH codeshares with QR and AA - so at least thats something. MH used to codeshare with AA and their onward flights to 🇺🇸 (To and fro CDG, FRA and AMS)
  9. Good, at least there are some reasonable people out there
  10. Sigh, what can we do. Have to ride it out I guess
  11. More shenanigans on the way ... ill Get the popcorn out
  12. Very disappointing news... i always thought that khazanah was a well run company but the recent selling spree and the fact that they didnt learn from last time with regards to air Asia and mas tells me otherwise!! Wow. These are people entrusted with billions of ringgit. Just chuck them down the drain lah. So stupid. Also, have they forgotten about TF and his jibby liveried airplane??
  13. Thanks Kandiah... great to have some good news about KUL sometimes!
  14. Nice one Craig... I completely agree with your comments. We know that the tourism ministry is getting less allocation compared to other ministries, which is a shame considering tourism is number 3 in terms of income for Malaysia. There were a few officers from tourism Malaysia who have been arrested for corruption, and I think the previous tourism minister has been taken to task for using the allocated money for her own benefit.
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