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I'm curious - the airlines in T2 are LCCs, which AFAIK don't have interline agreements with airlines in T1. How will the bags be transferred?

 

I'd be very surprised if the airlines (especially those in T2) are willing to re-tag bags behind the scenes.

The bags will probably be transferred with the passengers & then reclaimed before they proceed to check-in for their LCC flight.

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I'm curious - the airlines in T2 are LCCs, which AFAIK don't have interline agreements with airlines in T1.

 

I believe this will change soon. Hm....

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I believe this will change soon. Hm....

Yes, MTB is reaching its capacity and MAHB has been a little tardy with its expansion plans.

 

As such, it is trying to persuade more airlines to use klia2, whether they are LCCs or not. A side effect of this is to reduce the dominance of Airasia Group at klia2.

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Airasia X Preliminary Operating Statistics

For the 3rd Quarter of the Financial Year Ended 2017


AirAsia X Berhad (“AAX” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce its operating statistics for the 3rd quarter of 2017 (“3Q17”).


The operating performance in 3Q17 continues to reflect the Company’s advancement. The number of passengers carried during the quarter under review saw a surge of 23% year-on-year (“YoY”) to a total of 1.50 million passengers, surpassing the Company’s Available Seat per Kilometers (“ASK”) capacity growth of 21% YoY. This growth in number of passengers carried is made possible with strong demand amongst Malaysians during end of August, when the National Day long weekend coincided with the Term 2 school holiday and Eid celebration in Malaysia.


The Company continues to stimulate demand to fill up additional capacity injected in 3Q17 despite the third quarter being traditionally one of the leanest quarters, with Passenger Load Factor (“PLF”) improving to 79%, up 1 ppts YoY, on the back of 18% YoY gowth in ASK to 9,135 million.


During the quarter under review, AirAsia X Malaysia added frequency on one route: Kuala Lumpur – Taipei, in-line with the Company’s strategy to strengthen the North Asia market. The fleet size remained at 22 A330s as no new aircraft was added into AirAsia X Malaysia in 3Q17.


On the associates, AirAsia X Thailand had been able to record a robust PLF of 86%, up 1 ppts as compared to 85% a year ago. During the quarter under review, AirAsia X Thailand carried 359,941 passengers, up 3.2% YoY. There was no new route added into AirAsia X Thailand’s network in 3Q17 as Management remains concentrated on fine-tuning AirAsia X Thailand’s forward strategy following the successful recertification of its Air Operator Certificate (“AOC”) back in June 2017. No additional aircraft was added into AirAsia X Thailand during the quarter under review hence their fleet size at the end of September 2017 remained at 6 aircraft.


The re-launch of AirAsia X Indonesia’s A330s service since 2Q17 had since went through considerable growth from its two routes, Denpasar – Mumbai and Denpasar - Narita. During the quarter under review, AirAsia X Indonesia recorded a PLF of 76%, up 12 ppts from 2Q17’s 64%. The number of passengers carried by AirAsia X Indonesia had also increased by more than 100% YoY, from 62,722 in 3Q16 to 152,385 in 3Q17. AirAsia X Indonesia fleet size remained with 2 A330s, hence bringing the total fleet of AirAsia X Group (“the Group”) to 30.


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The worlds busiest air route isnt London to Paris or New York to Los Angeles, but the trip between Seoul and a tiny island off the coast of South Korea.

 

Planes made 65,000 trips between the Korean capital and Jeju island -- a journey of little more than an hour -- in 2017, equivalent to 178 flights a day, according to data from OAG Aviation Worldwide Ltd. Thats almost double the 35,000 trips on the busiest North American route: Los Angeles to San Francisco.

 

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-08/world-s-busiest-air-routes-tiny-island-beats-london-new-york

 

Believe years ago kul-sin was on the list.

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KLIA's 2017 full year figure is released.

 

http://ir.chartnexus.com/malaysiaairports/website_HTML/attachments/attachment_5014_180111184116_7486.pdf

 

KUL handled 58,517,000 passengers in 2017, up 11.2% from 2016. Let see how this fares in the world ranking. KUL was at no. 24 in 2016.

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I think we will be really closing the gap with Changi this year.

 

If MAS can continue its recovery we might just top them in the coming years.

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AirAsia Group 1Q passenger traffic up 16%

 

KUALA LUMPUR (April 27): AirAsia Group Bhd, which comprises the low-cost carrier's operations in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, carried 16% more passengers at 10.65 million in the first half of this year (1Q18) from 9.15 million a year ago, in line with the added capacity.
In a statement today, AirAsia Group said its capacity grew 19% year-on-year (y-o-y) in 1Q18. However, passenger load factor fell 2 percentage points to 87% in the current quarter under review.
"In 1Q18, AirAsia Group's total fleet size grew to 123 aircraft, comprising 87 in Malaysia, 15 in Indonesia (PT AirAsia Indonesia Tbk) and 21 in the Philippines (Philippines AirAsia Inc).
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A flight linking Singapore and the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur has become the busiest international route in the world, research shows.

 

Planes made 30,537 trips between the two airports in the year to February 2018, OAG Aviation said.

 

The figures mean an average of 84 flights per day plied the route.

 

The route is operated by a host of budget carriers such as Scoot, Jetstar, Air Asia and Malindo Air as well as the two country's flagship carriers Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines.

 

In terms of passenger numbers the flight between Hong Kong and the Taiwanese capital remains the busiest with 6.5 million passengers on the route. The second busiest was Singapore-Jakarta (4.7 million people) and Singapore-Kuala Lumpur (4 million).

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-44000000

Edited by KK Lee

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Preliminary Operating Statistics For the 4th Quarter 2018 and Full Financial Year Ended 2018


AirAsia Group Berhad is pleased to announce the operating statistics for the 4th Quarter of the Financial Year 2018 (“4Q18”) and the full financial year ended 31 December 2018.


AirAsia Group Berhad Consolidated AOCs[1] continued to deliver growth over the 4th Quarter, with total passengers carried increasing by 16% to 12.1 million in the seasonally strong quarter. Load factor was recorded at 84%, down 4 percentage points (“ppts”) as a result of a significant increase in capacity.Available Seat Kilometres (“ASK”) grew by 14% year-on-year. This was in line with our strategy to continuously grow our market share.


Malaysia recorded a 9% increase in ASK, and introduced a good mix of domestic and international routes for the 4th Quarter. Total passengers carried saw growth of 9% to reach over 8.5 million pax. Load factor was down 5 ppts to 84%, owing to the sizeable 16% increase in capacity year-on-year.


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Per the numbers from the amazing Mr. Bubbalo, KLIA failed to surpass the 60 million passengers mark with the slightest margin. But as a consolation, there is still a small growth from 2017's number.

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Per the numbers from the amazing Mr. Bubbalo, KLIA failed to surpass the 60 million passengers mark with the slightest margin. But as a consolation, there is still a small growth from 2017's number.

 

Yes indeed. The reason given is lower than expected travel for the GE14. Haha!! Are they valid reasons?

 

By the way who is Mr. Bubbalo?

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Impressive growth for TWU, TWU is now operating beyond its capacity. Not sure what is the airport expansion plan for the next few years.

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