E-hailing app launched in KLIA to help taxi drivers be more competitive

15 December 2018 The “caLLme” e-hailing app for taxis, which was officially launched at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, is aimed at giving taxi drivers a boost in competitiveness against larger, deeper-pocketed e-hailing platforms. Created as a collaboration between the National Cooperative Movement (Angkasa) and Malaysian Taxi Drivers, Limousine and Car Rental Operators Association (Petekma), the … Continue reading E-hailing app launched in KLIA to help taxi drivers be more competitive

Travel and taxes are a bad combo

15 December 2018 By Philip Golingai THERE’S a meme going around in connection with AirAsia’s two chartered flights to bring Harimau Malaya fans to Hanoi for today’s second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup final against Vietnam at My Dinh Stadium. The first of the meme’s four panels shows cheering Malaysian fans. The second shows … Continue reading Travel and taxes are a bad combo

Sleepless in areas near KLIA

14 December 2018 FOR residents of Taman Saujana KLIA and Kota Warisan, aircraft noise has become the bane of their life. The thunderous noise would cause roof tiles, metal grilles to vibrate and car alarms to go off, such daily torture is worse than a nightmare, as they cannot even sleep. Saujana KLIA residents want … Continue reading Sleepless in areas near KLIA

Increased buggy service, free wheelchairs and strollers for klia2

13 December 2018 Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) has boosted accessibility in klia2 by ramping up its free buggy service while also introducing wheelchairs and strollers for the convenience of senior citizens and parents with small children. Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook today launched the new wheelchairs and strollers which passengers can use for free. … Continue reading Increased buggy service, free wheelchairs and strollers for klia2

Malaysia, Singapore to meet on ILS issue mid-January – Anthony Loke

13 December 2018 By Zanariah Abd Mutalib Malaysia and Singapore should be given space to sit down and discuss on pending disputes between the two nations next month. Transport Minister Anthony Loke said all quarters should cease commenting and prolonging the issues at hand until leaders of the two countries had met. Transport Minister Anthony … Continue reading Malaysia, Singapore to meet on ILS issue mid-January – Anthony Loke