AirAsia vs MAHB: The gloves are off

4 December 2011 AirAsia‘s public campaign against the airport tax hike imposed by Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) that took off on Thursday may have taken some by surprise, but the low-cost carrier’s discontent with MAHB has been brewing for a long time. Abasir: AirAsia is operating in an environment increasingly shaped and governed by … Continue reading AirAsia vs MAHB: The gloves are off

Be professional, not personal

4 December 2011 By Andrew Lo Infighting in organisations can be minimised if members constantly drill into themselves to focus on the job at hand. I HAVE often lamented about the sorry state of affairs of the trade union movement in our country. Less than 7% of government workers are members, and in the private … Continue reading Be professional, not personal

Stop the blame game

4 December 2011 Kang Siew AirAsia Bhd attracted the attention of the people recently when it launched a verbal attack on Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) over the new budget terminal in Sepang (klia2) and the latest hike in airport tax. In an ironic twist, new documents released by the airport operator over the … Continue reading Stop the blame game

AirAsia: NO to airport tax increase

1 December 2011 Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) has increased the airport tax* for all international outgoing flights starting 1st December 2011. AirAsia views that this increase is not justified as the current airport facilities are not up to par. List of affected airports: Airport Airport Code Old Airport Tax (RM) New Airport Tax (RM) … Continue reading AirAsia: NO to airport tax increase

AirAsia: Stop harassing our staff

2 December 2011 AirAsia has issued an official warning letter to Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad (MAHB) for allegedly harassing its staff. The company’s commercial director Jasmine Lee claimed MAHB had told airline staff to remove the “Say No to Airport Tax Increase” stickers on their uniform. She claimed that the airport operator also removed posters … Continue reading AirAsia: Stop harassing our staff