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Now that fuel prices have plunged, they have a reasonable chance of success. But choosing Langkawi as their first route might not be optimum in terms of passenger demand. It is probably more lucrative to fly to Phuket or Bali.

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I met the ground service manager Mr. Mohd Hadi(Rayani Air representative) who attended the hash event in Melaka. They will start with 2 B737-400 (Retired MH 737) and commence flight in March 2015.

 

In March 2015? Yup, rumours they will using previous MH's B734. I believe it's depends to how fast they will get an ASL to qualified scheduled flight operators by the MOT.

 

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dari post : kotabharuairport.blogspot.com

memang tepat sekali post ini..
taniah RAJA KELANTAN.

Sunday, March 15, 2015
Rayani Air ashik promosi "coming soon" pah ceroh

"Coming soon" pah ceroh!
SYARIKAT penerbangan Rayani Air masih gagal mengotakan janjinya untuk beroperasi pada Januari lepas setelah beberapa kali memberikan penangguhan untuk beroperasi. Terbaharu, salah seorang kakitangan Rayani Air meninggalkan komen di laman Facebook Rayani Air bahawa mereka akan mula beroperasi mulai Jun nanti.

Berdasarkan maklumat yang kami peroleh, Rayani Air masih teragak-agak untuk mengumumkan tarikh sebenar operasi komersial kerana mereka masih gagal mendapatkan Lesen Perkhidmatan Udara (ASL) daripada Jabatan Penerbangan Awam (DCA).

Antara syarat-syarat untuk memperoleh ASL, sila klik pautan ini:-http://www.mot.gov.my/…/Lesen%20Perkhidmatan%20Udara%20%28A….

Dalam pada itu, Rayani Air juga dipercayai masih belum memiliki atau memuktamadkan pembelian pesawat terpakai milik Penerbangan Malaysia (MAS) yang masih disimpan di Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah di Subang, Shah Alam, Selangor.

Pesawat yang dimaksudkan adalah pesawat jenis B737-400 yang kini tidak lagi digunakan oleh MAS untuk operasi komersial setelah digantikan dengan pesawat B737-800.

Dengan ketiadaan lesen dan pesawat untuk beroperasi, Rayani Air tidak sepatutnya memainkan perasaan atau memberikan harapan palsu kepada bakal-bakal penumpangnya dengan iklan promosi tiket dan juga penggunaan perkataan daripada bahasa Inggeris "coming soon" dan "very soon".

Berdasarkan pemerhatian penulis, pihak Rayani Air menggunakan perkataan "coming soon" sejak hampir setahun yang lepas lagi. Mereka mempromosikan iklan dengan memasukan perkataan "coming soon" pah ceroh (tiada kesudahannya). Adakah mereka sebenarnya betul-betul faham maksud "coming soon" (akan datang) dan "very soon" (tidak lama lagi dah) dalam konteks atau maksud istilah perniagaan?

Kempen 'jualan' atau promosi harga tiket Rayani Air di laman Facebook rasminya juga didapati mengalahkan kempen atau promosi jualan tiket syarikat-syarikat penerbangan lain terutamanya AirAsia, Firefly, dan Malindo Air. Perkara ini dipersetujui oleh ahli-ahli laman Facebook rasminya yang memberikan komentar yang sama.

Lima laluan dari Lapangan Terbang Melaka (LTM) yang sudah dicanang oleh Rayani Air hampir setahun yang lepas ialah Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Kota Bharu, Pulau Pinang, dan Pekanbaru (kini diganti dengan Pulau Langkawi). Destinasi-destinasi lain dari Melaka yang akan diadakan ialah Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu, Alor Setar,

Pada 10 Mac 2015 pula, Rayani Air sekali mempromosikan "coming soon" di laman Facebook rasminya dengan cadangan untuk menjadikan Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Langkawi (LIA) sebagai hab keduanya selepas LTM.

Antara lain, Rayani Air akan beroperasi dari LIA untuk penerbangan ke Pulau Pinang, Kota Kinabalu, Johor Bahru, Kota Bharu, Kuching, Pekanbaru, Medan, Phuket, Bandung, Melaka, Kuantan, dan Kuala Terengganu.

Promosi "coming soon" yang diterbitkan di laman Facebook Rayani Air pada 10 Mac 2015.
Sebelum itu, sepanjang Januari - 9 Mac tahun ini, Rayani Air juga mempromosikan "coming soon" sekurang-kurangnya lapan laluan dari atau ke Kota Bharu, iaitu Melaka, Pulau Langkawi, Alor Setar, Johor Bahru, Ipoh, Kuching, Bandung, dan Singapura.

Secara ringkasnya, antara laluan "coming soon" Rayani Air ialah (1) Melaka - Kota Kinabalu; (2) Melaka - Kuching; (3) Melaka - Kota Bharu; (4) Melaka - Pulau Pinang; (5) Melaka - Langkawi; (6) Melaka - Kuantan; (7) Melaka - Kuala Terengganu; ( 8) Melaka - Alor Setar; (9) Pulau Langkawi - Pulau Pinang; (10) Pulau Langkawi - Kota Kinabalu; (11) Pulau Langkawi - Johor Bahru; (12) Pulau Langkawi - Kota Bharu; (13) Pulau Langkawi - Kuching; (14) Pulau Langkawi - Pekanbaru; (15) Pulau Langkawi - Medan; (16) Pulau Langkawi - Phuket; (17) Pulau Langkawi - Bandung; (18) Pulau Langkawi - Kuantan; (19) Pulau Langkawi - Kuala Terengganu; (20) Kota Bharu - Alor Setar; (21) Kota Bharu - Johor Bahru; (22) Kota Bharu - Ipoh; (23) Kota Bharu - Kuching; (24) Kota bharu - Bandung; dan (25) Kota Bharu - Singapura.

Dengan promosi "coming soon" yang boleh dikatakan cukup agresif ini, Rayani Air seolah-olah sudah mempunyai sekurang-kurangnya 10 buah pesawat B737-400 untuk beroperasi 'tidak lama lagi' (very soon).

Dalam pada itu, pemilik-pemilik kenderaan yang mengambil bahagian dalam kempen menampal pelekat kereta (sticker) yang mempromosikan syarikat penerbangan ini sudah pastinya tidak sabar-sabar lagi untuk mendapatkan baucer tiket penerbangan percuma.

Kempen menampal pelekat kereta ini telah diadakan dengan agresif sekali pada hujung tahun lepas melibatkan beberapa buah negeri terutamanya Melaka, Kelantan, Pulau Pinang, Kedah, dan sehinggalah ke Selatan Thailand.

Kempen ini akan mencapai tahap matang, iaitu selepas enam bulan menampal pelekat yang dijangka akan matang pada Mei dan Jun ini. Adakah Rayani Air sudah bersedia untuk menunaikan janji untuk memberikan tiket penerbangan pergi-balik secara percuma kepada semua peserta yang mengambil bahagian nanti?

Ada kemungkinan besar syarikat-syarikat penerbangan tempatan yang lain terutamanya Malindo Air dan Firefly yang akan terlebih dahulu memasuki pasaran dan membuka laluan baharu nanti. Sebelum ini pun, Malindo Air telah membuka tiga laluan baharu dari Melaka, iaitu Melaka - Pulau Pinang, Melaka - Kota Bharu, dan Melaka - Pekanbaru yang tidak perlu promosi "coming soon" bagai nak rak pun.

Ketiga-tiga laluan ini memang dicanangkan oleh Rayani Air terlebih dahulu tetapi Malindo Air yang akhirnya menawarkan perkhidmatan terlebih dahulu. Akhir kata, tunggu sahaja "coming soon" itu!
Posted by Raja Kelantan at 10:39:00 AM
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utk info..royaniair ni blm ada kapal..xde duit utk beli kapal, baru byr deposit, tu pun lebih 3 bln, xde lesen dari dca, kemungkinan x dpt krn kesuntukan masa, xde pilot, xde pramugara/ri, xde enginiir, xde staff.

kepada para peleket kempen kereta, xkan dpt tiket percuma..chek dgn opis mrk di melaka atau shah alam..0355185786..jawapan xbetul...

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So... what's the latest on this one? I see on their FB page they do a lot of good charity kebajikan work (bagus.. pahala banyak) ... but maybe company name Rayani AIR isn't so suitable....

 

It's not an airline... from what i can see ....

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So... what's the latest on this one? I see on their FB page they do a lot of good charity kebajikan work (bagus.. pahala banyak) ... but maybe company name Rayani AIR isn't so suitable....

 

It's not an airline... from what i can see ....

Rayaniair is a joke. They kept stating their ex-MH B734 is being refurbished, until today it doesn't see any day light.

 

At least YOU Wings did fly. With inflight magazine, and a functional booking engine (a bit cacat)......

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With that sort of track record, maybe they can change marketing tagline to - Layani lah HOT AIR :lol:

 

Guess it has proved more difficult than anticipated to get the hard cold cash flowing in nowadays

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See the politicians are meddling again. If this airline takes off, it will crash soon after. Too much political interference...

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Well they just updated their facebook page with a picture of their plane.

 

If i'm not mistaken, it's a Boeing 737-4TW

 

 

*tidak wujud

Hahas! Laughing so hard now!! You win internet again!

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Their new logo looks a lot like PLUS Highway's...shades of royal blue and green....;

 

Yeap thats very true. Expected plan is to start with 2 B737-400. Sometime end of october/early november.

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To be honest, I work with the B737-400 that destined for the RayaniAir. They actually are still in refurbishing progress. To the matter of fact, it is Mas who causes the problem. After the workforce cut down, they lack of engineers that can actually make the aircraft airworthy. So give this new airline a good perspective. Like an old saying, the fall of a monster is the rise of few little monster. We see FlyMojo, Rayani and few more to come rises from this fall down of Mas. It is actually very good for our Aviation industry and also for us, logically, more airline, more competition, more competition, more discounts. I know some people compare same scenario as AirAsia first came into service and beat Mas down, but that was because Mas sat in the comfort zone for too much and forgot to strengthen their base in this country. So let's be a lil positive, delay is not caused by the airline. Think of ANA on 787 commencing into service delay when you think its an airline fault when there's delay. Sorry for the long expression. This is just opinion and anyone who think this is wrong, do let me know. Pardon grammar error too. ;(

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Thanks for giving us an insiders view point. I agree with you it's good for the industry to see more players arise and make an effort. To me that's healthy.

 

 

I'm glad to hear the airline is in progress and one day will fly. I think to a certain extent the negativity you sense may arise from the fact that the flying public is skeptical. I don't want to sound overly harsh but it stems from the Rayani PR/media machine.

 

It is doing some good things like charity work, not to take anything away from it, but those activities do not convince the public that there are planes ready to fly. When it comes to airlines, where confidence in the service is king, maybe a different PR approach would work better. (engineering tours, documentary, interviews with staff etc)

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To be honest, I work with the B737-400 that destined for the RayaniAir. They actually are still in refurbishing progress. To the matter of fact, it is Mas who causes the problem. After the workforce cut down, they lack of engineers that can actually make the aircraft airworthy. So give this new airline a good perspective.

Sound like mh is thawing the launch of this airline else mh's 737s are not airworthiness.

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When it comes to airlines, where confidence in the service is king, maybe a different PR approach would work better. (engineering tours, .....)

It would seem they are at complete beg and mercy of MAS engineering, description of which above is less than impressive. So, maybe scrub the hangar visit off the PR trail for now ?! :D

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It would seem they are at complete beg and mercy of MAS engineering, description of which above is less than impressive. So, maybe scrub the hangar visit off the PR trail for now ?! :D

Better than nothing mah. Right now nobody believes it's even a proper airline to begin with :)

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is there any cadet pilot recruitment for RayaniAir ?? Just asking

 

Don't think so. Plenty of CPL holders out there looking for a job so they should've have difficulties finding pilots. From what I heard, first batch of pilots are doing their type rating course now.

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