AirAsia Executive Chairman Kamarudin Meranun expressed "deep regret and remorse," saying the latest issue of "travel 3Sixty" magazine was printed before the Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people disappeared March 8 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
The logo of Malaysia's low-cost airline AirAsia Berhad is pictured on a structure as its staff undergo training at its academy in Sepang outside Kuala Lumpur on Sept. 13, 2013. The controversial text appears in the latest edition of the seatback Travel 3Sixty magazine, which AirAsia pulled from its aircraft Saturday.
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In a strongly worded letter, the aviation ministry has outlined the chronology of events that have taken place since foreign direct investment (FDI) was allowed in civil aviation in September 2012. The ministry said AirAsia is close to getting the licence.
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AirAsia apologizes for in-flight magazine blurb saying pilots would 'never lose a plane'. The paragraph in the magazine read: "Pilot training in AirAsia is continuous and very thorough. Rest assured that your captain is well prepared to ensure your plane will never get lost."
He said that the latest issue of 'travel 3Sixty' magazine was printed before the Malaysia Airlines plane disappeared on March 8. Kamarudin said the article was a monthly aviation column prepared well in advance by a retired pilot, who had worked for both AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines, the report added.
Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd has complied with almost everything AirAsia Bhd requested for the airlines to operate from the new low-cost carrier terminal, MAHB senior general manager (operations services) Datuk Azmi Murad said. "But the main point is we wanted a low cost terminal and safe and secure terminal.