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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Another Chapter

Closing one chapter and turning to a new one. Listening to some classic tune from The Beatles, and feeling this moment. For now, a part of me has died off and bringing a new part of life. I don't know why but all I am feeling right now is I'm really being loved.

For some reason, everything just seems right. Well, somehow inner peace and happiness are priceless. Looking at some points in life, everything reminds me of this beautiful song - "The Blower's Daughter" At the very end, pleading towards a memory. And finally with a beautiful stanza - I will find somebody new.

I guess for every reason we make, it just reflect how things could turn out to be. Tomorrow will be a challenging day for me but yet, I know it will be just fine. I guess love triumph over all. For once in my life, everything seems to be in place. I think I came to a point I find that peace with myself.

Tickets are all confirmed, and all now is just how time flies and I will be home again soon. Letting go sometimes is a very hard thing to do. But it everything will take baby steps. And yes Ad, if you are reading this, just you know you aren't going through this period alone. Something we share together. Baby steps.

Well, I guess I will be away for a few days before I am back here again. Just wishing everything will turn out well. Listening to Temporary Home now is just a perfect thing to do. The only question now in my mind is, how can go on from here. Should I tell or should I just hold it till time explains everything? Still don't know how or what will I do. Let's see where I go from here.

Painting Procces Of The A350 XWB MSN0001 Undergoing.

Vertical Stabilizer for MSN001 painting at Toulouse
The A350 XWB design favours environmentally-friendly materials in the manufacture of the aircraft.
One way of reaching the objective is to replace the standard chrome-plating process with a more environmentally-friendly thermal spray alternative. This dry process produces a dense metal coating, which gives the same properties as chrome plating – including wear resistance, corrosion resistance, low oxide content, low stress, low porosity, and high bonding strength to the base metal.

The painting of A350 XWB MSN001 in "Airbus" colours uses an environmentally-friendly, chromate-free primer paint. In addition, following best practices from the auto industry, Airbus uses a new base coat/clear coat system that requires less paint and less solvent. This eco-efficient painting process also means that less detergent will be needed when washing the aircraft. Inside, the jetliner, Airbus will use, wherever possible, water-based paint – one of the most environmentally-friendly types of paint available.

The picture of the MSN001 completely painted is expected to be published in comming days by Airbus.




人生就是这样吗?七年以来,我说渴望的宁静生活,爱情,都离我很远似的。無法達成共識的,放手就讓他走吧,重點是留下來的要有意義更耀眼的往前邁進。但为什么那么痛呢?聽著這種淡淡憂傷的調調....眼淚自然就會流出來... 就这样痛下去吧。


在愛情世界裡,所有的僵持對峙是極愛極恨的延伸。你是我最無法收斂的那句歡呼,就算一廂情願的 可以看著就好了。你是我最意想不到的一次投入,就算總會失去的 空虛之前我要更用力慶祝。已经四年了,偶尔,你会在我脑海里出现。我们乘拥有的的确是很美,以前,我一直努力去忘了你,但我没发现,你已经在我心中里烙印。没有痛了,只是我们的过去。。。不能有完美的愛情,至少,我們可以有完美的分手。


「失落沙洲」開場緩緩流動的弦樂一出,立刻領人進入一股緩慢的哀傷裡,沉靜中盡顯孤寂­,極具渲染力。“面對失去的悲傷”、與 “接受失去的遺憾” 的思緒轉折。我終於撫平 時間的刻痕也不再 懷疑你的選擇,我會期待幸福 不在乎那會有多曲折。

Friday, March 29, 2013

Malaysia Airlines Airbus A380 Program Completed

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) took delivery of its sixth Airbus A380 aircraft on Friday, the last of a purchase order made by the carrier in Dec 2003.

MAS group CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said the plane was also the 100th A380 to be released from its assembly plant in Toulouse, France.

"It's a long time coming, and we're very happy to receive the sixth aircraft," he told reporters at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

According to MAS, the aircraft departed from France on Thursday before arriving in Malaysia at around 3:30pm.

With a capacity of 494 seats, MAS plans to use the plane as part of the A380 fleet's double daily trips to London and single daily trips to Paris.

The A380s will also fly daily trips to Hong Kong, starting May 1, 2013.

Ahmad said the A380 will replace MAS' single daily flight to Hong Kong with its Boeing 777 flight, as the carrier was confident of an increased passenger volume.

On the possibility of adding new A380s to the MAS fleet, Ahmad said the company wanted to get used to the aircraft first before making any decisions.

MAS' first A380 touched down in KLIA on May 30 last year. The airline received another three aircraft in 2012, with the fifth arriving in February.

Ahmad added that MAS was looking for more pilots with the expansion of its fleet, and actively recruiting cabin crew.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) senior general manager (operations) Datuk Azmi Murad congratulated MAS on its latest addition.

He said that MAHB had upgraded KLIA's runaways, taxiways, parking aprons and gates to prepare for the arrival of the A380s.

According to Azmi, only Emirates and MAS operated A380s at KLIA so far.

He added that KLIA would serve as an "alternate aerodrome" for Singapore International Airlines in the event of bad weather or Changi Airport's closure.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Tell Me

Just one of those time that I sink myself into my choice of music. Really happy to get my hands on some new music. This is one song that I really like. Words were as usual, emo to many but just perfect for me. I know that the singer could do better. But still, it was a good record.

Well, I'm not gonna talk about the record on this post. Finally, I made up my mind on something that is gonna change my life. Drawing a line to things that kept me bleeding all this while. Maybe for once, I gotta learn to live with a life without you. I know you will always be there in my life. But just in a different approach I suppose. Yesterday night was one painful night. But somehow, I gotta pull myself through.

I know now my life that is filled up with one little fella. Glintan. I shall name him that. Well, don't ask why. Cuz only he knows why. I was speaking to Ad just like minutes ago. And I realize with the amount of support I was having from Glintan, that is the reason why I am still here in one piece. I would have fallen into pieces. He is like this little brother that I never had. It's not just about the amount of smiles we shared. But also the pain and past. Sometimes, no words could express how things are. And  I don't know why, I just made it clear that he will be pampered as one little small boy. Maybe in a way, it is a way for me to show my gratitude. I know he will be saying that this is nonsense. But it isn't for him to decide.

Well, I know I am a bit off topic now. Anyway, I have gotten my ticket ready. Called up Cow and told her about the news. And yes, I'll be heading back to Boston via New York. When I got Glintan's long winded mail in the middle of the night, it kinda struck me that  I was pushing myself away from everything. One thing Glintan does is raping my mind all the time. He just have this thing that sense every vibe I sent out. I am not complaining about it, but I cherish that a lot.

Anyway, I miss Rainer and G a lot. Since they left, I really feel empty in ways. But we still gossip almost once a week when we can find that common time we have together. Anyway, keeping this post short (Which I know epic failure as this is like so damn freaking long) I wanna share the words of this song. Exactly the feeling I am going through. But I know that I am happy for everything that it is finally over. I guess...

There are nights when I can't help but cry
And I wonder why you had to leave me
Why did it have to end so soon
When you said that you would never leave me

Tell me, where did I go wrong
What did I do to make you change your mind completely
When I thought this love would never end
But if this love's not ours to have
I'll let it go with your goodbye

Why did it have to end so soon
When you said that you would never leave me

Oh, tell me, where did I go wrong
What did I do to make you change your mind completely
When I thought this love would never end
But if this love's not ours to have
I'll let it go with your goodbye

Why did it have to end so soon
When you said that you would never leave me

Oh, tell me, where did I go wrong
What did I do to make you change your mind completely
When I thought this love would never end
But if this love's not ours to have
I'll let it go with your goodbye

Engines & APU Installed on MSN001.

Airbus has installed on the first flight-test A350 XWB (MSN001) its two flight-ready Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines and is also installing the new Honeywell HGT1700 auxiliary power unit (APU) at the FAL.
The new Trent engines were both received from UTC Aerospace Systems (formerly Goodrich) which had recently prepared the fully integrated powerplants prior to their installation on the aircraft’s pylons.
The Trent XWB has already the Type Certification from EASA, and has been flying on the A380 Test Bed since more than a year, demonstrating a high level of maturity.

In parallel to the mounting of the two Trent XWB engines in Toulouse, the A350 XWB is also this week being fitted with its new specially developed APU – the Honeywell HGT1700 which has greater power density and higher efficiency than the previous generation APUs.

With the installation of its engines and also the APU, the A350 XWB MSN001 becomes essentially a ‘completed’ aircraft. Following the ongoing ground tests, other preparations and also painting in the coming weeks, MSN001 will then be handed over to the Airbus Flight Test team to start preparations for ground runs and maiden flight in few months.

Monday, March 25, 2013

MAS Links To Five More Cities In The US

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is offering seamless one-stop air connectivity between Kuala Lumpur and several American cities through a code-sharing arrangement with American Airlines, one of its partner airlines in the oneworld alliance.

The national carrier said the code-sharing, effective today, will enable customers in Malaysia and the US to book direct with them and take advantage of the 136 weekly connection options between Kuala Lumpur and Chicago, Dallas, New York, Miami and Raleigh through any one of its three European stations, namely London, Paris and Frankfurt.

MAS said all code-sharing services between Europe and the US will be marketed as Malaysia Airlines flights, thus simplifying ticketing to one document issued by the national carrier.

Commenting on the arrangement, MAS Group chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said this provides an excellent opportunity to expand its US network without having to mount its own flights to the various cities there.

It also gives the US customers more options to choose from to travel to Malaysia and is also expected to greatly contribute towards increased tourist arrivals into Malaysia, he said in a

MAS suspended flights to New York some years back as part of its route rationalisation but has now reactivated the route through the code-sharing which allows a total of 15 weekly connection options to that city via its twice daily A380 flights to London and daily A380 flights to Paris.

The return from New York to Kuala Lumpur is also now possible through 21 weekly connections to the national carriers A380 flights from London and Paris.

Likewise, customers from Malaysia can now travel on MAS' A380 services to London and Paris as well as the B777 services to Frankfurt to connect the 19 weekly services to Dallas.

Return travel from Dallas to Kuala Lumpur is possible through 14 weekly connections to Malaysia Airlines' flights from London, Paris and Frankfurt.

Access from Malaysia to the idyllic holiday destination of Miami in Florida is now possible through either a transit in London or Paris which provide 14 weekly flights to the US city.

There are also 12 weekly air travel options from Miami to connect Malaysia Airlines A380 flights from both London and Paris to Kuala Lumpur.

As for Chicago, it can now be reached through MAS' A380 flights from Kuala Lumpur to London and Paris using 16 weekly connections between the two European cities and the US city in each direction.

Raleigh-Durham in North Carolina, US, is yet another city that will be connected with Kuala Lumpur through this code sharing, through twice weekly services from the UK capital and for the return travel on any one of the daily flights to London and continue their journey with Malaysia Airlines to Kuala Lumpur.

This code-sharing cooperation is part of the strategy of Malaysia's national carrier to develop commercial cooperation with oneworld alliance members.

It is also part of the national carriers initiative towards enhancing air connectivity with key priority markets overseas for increased tourist arrivals into Malaysia as required by the governments Economic Transformation Programme.

Sunday, March 24, 2013



Saturday, March 23, 2013

Don't Have To See The Whole Staircase To Take The First Step

Every imperfection has something perfect in it. From the most beautiful thing could just be the most painful memory. But yet, every step will be worth it when we look back once a while. The whole night, we were just cuddling up and talking what the future will be like. Still our lives inter-wind in the strangest way possible. From here till where I will be heading, it is all just about taking the first steps.

For once after a long time, I just have to be myself. Nothing to be afraid, not afraid to be judged, not afraid to be seen. It was just that kinda time where you just have to be you. Finishing each other's sentence the whole time till we fell asleep. Somehow we knew there isn't any concrete foundation for us to move forward from here. But yet, it just never felt wrong when we are around each other.

I know as creepy as it may sound, but I do find it is some sorta blessing. I know everyday in my life, I just wanted to be like everyone else. Since G and Rainer left, everything seems so far in so many ways. Mr D is the only one left around me. But not for long before he is moving again. But I am not complaining anything at all. I am happy for them as it is all for the best, except G maybe. Cause I really hated him checking in into places and countries I wanna be. NON STOP! It is like every week he will be flying from Finland to Beijing to Tokyo, then Cape Town to Canada and Mexico and the list goes on.

Well, not to see anything in the way they are, but just taking all the baby steps. For now, the journey is just a plain path. Listening to Dave Barnes on my iPod, having a hand to hold on to, nothing seems to matters. I know all of these are just a temporary home. But for now, I just wanna sink in to this moment and soaked it all in. For now, everything seems right... At least, for now... That is more than what I could ask for in life.

Time For It To End

My Chemical Romance has called it quits, the rock act announced on its website on Friday. The long-running group had been together for over a decade, releasing four studio albums.

"Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We've gotten to go places we never knew we would. We've been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible," the group said in a statement. "We've shared the stage with people we admire, people we look up to, and best of all, our friends. And now, like all great things, it has come time for it to end. Thanks for all of your support, and for being part of the adventure."

My Chemical Romance's most recent effort was "Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys," released in 2010. The album bowed at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, moving 112,000 copies.

The band's career ascended as they toured with Green Day, played Warped Tour and launched their own headlining run in 2005 as "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge," their major label debut, climbed up the charts. The album went platinum, a success matched by 2006 release "The Black Parade," which bowed at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Jessica Sanchez Gives First Online Performance Of “Tonight” At Yahoo!

Jessica Sanchez is a petite girl who's about to have a very big 2013. The Season 11 "American Idol" runner-up just released her first single, an uptempo duet with R&B superstar Ne-Yo titled "Tonight," and she performed it on "Idol's" top nine results show to major fanfare. Her debut album, Me, You & The Music, is finally set for an April 30 release, and this May, the 17-year-old babydiva will join the cast of "Glee" for this season's final three episodes, portraying a powerhouse singer at a rival school--clearly a role she was born to play.

The morning after Jessica's big performance of "Tonight" with Ne-Yo on "Idol," she swung by Yahoo! Music's HQ to sing a new, rare acoustic version of the song. And even without all the booty-popping dancing and electronic instrumentation (and even without Ne-Yo himself), her star power and the song's surefire-hit catchiness came shining through.

Jessica also sat down with Yahoo!'s Reality Rocks to talk about her album, her recent dancing and acting lessons, the youthful urban-pop sound of her new music, her superstardom in the Philippines, her role on "Glee," and much more. She already seems to have grown up a lot since her "Idol" run last year, and it looks like she has a great future ahead of her and a good head on her tiny shoulders.

Something Different

Foe once, everything seems feeling right at this point. To begin with, being able to see through what is just right in front of you. I guess somehow I come to peace with myself. Not that it really matters to anyone. And for this time, things could possibly be a little different from where I am heading.

Every turn in life, we sometimes are in denial with what have changes. Well, I am too all the time, being a big part of it, I guess life has a new definition to me. Living by the edge and I seriously am lying if I say I never miss those days. But somehow, every little bits of it being put together and all I can say I am blessed.

Right now, just you sitting beside me and listening to Kara Dioguardi's music, nothing more is needed. And one of the funny part of it is we don't really have to say anything to understand each other. Every smirk and smiles when something run through our minds. Oh lord, how much I really miss all these time we use to spend together.

Maybe for now, I just didn't wanna think what will be for us now. Let it just be this beautiful memory in the making. No matter how it would be, it is something worth for me holding on. I guess. Even looking back the days from James till now, everything really happened with a reason. Somehow that forgiveness is just all it takes to change everything painful into something beautiful.

Yes, no doubt, I really wish this moment will not end, being here with u sharing the head phone, not caring about how others see us through the long hall way. It was a world that is enough for us to be who we are. And I guess I kinda made up my mind of what will I do. In just two more weeks, I guess, I could be somewhere I could call home. I know everything that everyone wanted for me is the best. But I need to do what is best for myself. Or at least I think I am.

Whatever the heart will lead me, I guess I will just let it go with me. For a long time, something different that made me feel the same. I don't even know if I made sense. But it is the first step taken from here. Shall see where my path will lead me from now. No matter where it will ends, it is a journey I will travel along.

Malindo Air Inaugural Flight

I read this post on OD's inaugural flight from KLIA to BKI. Posted by Fairul at skyscrapercity forum. From what I see, I would definitely choose OD's flight in the future comparing with AK. Seat pitch are way better and with the IFE on board. Here you go, I hope you guys enjoy reading this. I strongly believe OD would bring Low Cost Airlines services to another level.

Hello guys, Want to share this TR from the flight today. Made a day trip to BKI onboard OD's 737-900ER.

Who: Yours truly flying on OD’s very first service to BKI

What: OD1002 KUL-BKI, B737-900ER Rego 9M-LNF (7500thBoeing 737 delivered)

When 0650, 22/3/2013

Where KUL MTB Gate A4

Why: 2013 resolution/Drop by at KK’s Hard Rock shop

I left home at 355am and reached KUL MTB 50mins later. Not much activity at this hour. I noticed lot of pax heading to JED/MED for their Umrah. OD occupies few counters at Row F.

Check in process was bit slow, first flight, fine with me.

The boarding pass. Ground staffs are from OD itself.

Another technical problem for MH’s A380?

One of the OD kebaya girl. Look nice up close.

My ride to BKI, 9M-LNF, 7500th Boeing delivered.

The IFE, AVOD, available in 5 languages. Very smooth indeed with no glitches. Comes with USB port.

The safety card. Doesn’t resemble Lion’s safety card at all. Lion’s is in red and folded in half.

Seat 22A. Very spacious indeed!

Safety demo was done manually.

Took off from 32R. Everyone was clapping with joy.

The IFE. Quite a number of selections.

The comedy selections. FRIENDS, HIMYM, Modern Family etc2..


They even have the jukebox. Great!

No earphone/headset available. The crew did apologize for these. I brought my Boss just in case.

Halfway there.

The free snacks. Egg mayo sandwich and mineral water aka air putih.

Cruising at 37000ft.

Approaching RWY02 of BKI


Seat was very comfortable.

One final look at the Y class.

The business class seat.

The Captain and one of the FA. Great service indeed!

9M-LNF, the 7500th 737 delivered.

Friday, March 22, 2013

AirAsia, Lion Air Bosses Spar Over Plane Orders

AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes questioned his rival's growth plans after Lion Air struck a $24 billion Airbus order, while pledging to preserve his own ties with the European jetmaker.

As competition intensifies between Southeast Asia's largest budget carriers, Lion Air co-founder Rusdi Kirana shot back by targeting sharp growth in AirAsia's domestic Malaysian market.

In a realignment of industry loyalties, Indonesia's Lion Air loosened exclusive ties with Boeing this week to place a 234-plane order with Airbus, which is also sole supplier to AirAsia.

Asked if he was upset about the blockbuster deal between his top supplier and his closest rival, Fernandes said, "Why should I be? I think Lion has probably bitten off more than they can chew. We are focused on ourselves".
Lion Air co-founder Rusdi Kirana mocked any suggestion that the airline had over-extended itself.

"Is he an angel? Does he know the future?" Kirana said when asked about Fernandes's comments.

The two airline chiefs discussed the deal in separate interviews with Reuters.
Lion Air is preparing to launch services in Malaysia on Friday through a partially owned venture, Malindo Air, while AirAsia says it is filling planes successfully in Indonesia.

Kirana said Malindo hoped to operate 100 Boeing aircraft within 10 years.
The rapid rise of both airline groups has been channeled through exclusive partnerships with jetmakers Airbus and Boeing -- making the two airline bosses star players in a broader power struggle in the $100 billion jet industry.

Those battle lines were abruptly redrawn when Lion Air announced the Airbus order in Paris on Monday, doubling up on a similar order placed with Boeing just over a year ago.

AirAsia has taken delivery of over 100 Airbus A320 aircraft out of a total of 475 it has ordered.

Airlines can save money by running one type of fleet but can also obtain good pricing by forcing suppliers to compete.


Fernandes, who bought AirAsia together with its fleet of two Boeing 737s in 2001 and then built it into the largest operator of Airbus A320s, pledged to stick with the European planemaker.

Asked whether he might consider Boeing for future orders, he reiterated he wanted to stick with one type of aircraft. The Malaysian entrepreneur studied new jets from Canada's Bombardier before striking his most recent Airbus deal, however.

"I run a proper business not an emotional business," Fernandes told Reuters in an electronic interview.

"They have to sell planes. How can I stop them?," he said of Airbus's three-year courtship of Lion Air.

Low-cost airlines prefer operating one type of aircraft to reduce the cost of parts and separate crews. But the sheer size of some of the world's largest fleets has raised questions over whether one supplier can meet the needs of the largest airlines.

Air Berlin and Norwegian Air have a mixed portfolio of jets.

Bankers and lessors have expressed concerns that a series of record-breaking orders risks flooding Southeast Asia with too many narrowbody planes, despite projections of sharp growth.

"The world is big. There is a lot of space for everybody. We should accept that competition is normal," Kirana said.

Asia is expected to double its fleet in the next 20 years.

Where Am I?

Starring into the dark night, there is no better time I feel I could be free. No one could see what I've been seeing right in front of me. From everything that has happen so far, no words I could find to describe how I feel. Today is my sixth day since I came back. But what do I really feel? I'm not sure myself. Looking at every flight taken off and landed, but where do I belong?

There is this part of me that is still missing. I've tried really hard, I tried.. But nothing seems genuine. It didn't feel like it either way. I know, I can't survived another night alone here. Right now, all I feel that everything is in the way I wanted it to be. I'm in the right place at the wrong time.

To me now, I just needed everyone to let me be. I feel what I felt and how could things turn out for me is every decision I have made. For now, I wanted to be me and I really don't care what others may think of me any more. I am surrendering myself to myself. Mr D isn't at a very good shape now. And all in my mind is for him to get well. That is one pillar in my life that I will never wanna lose it.

And also today I met with A. It is good to see a face like him. But I guess what is written on my face is really obvious. Cut everything short, he gave me a kiss on my forehead and whisper
Whatever decision it will be, I will be just here. 
 I really tried to talk about this. But everything doesn't seems right. Everyone wanted the best of what they wanted for me. But it isn't at all what I wanted. Deep down, the more anyone that came and tell me about how I should go about, the easier for me to shut myself up.

Simplicity is the one thing in the world that is all I ever wanted. And yes with a price to pay for that simplicity in life. I guess the only person that could understood what I am trying to say is Leo. Simplicity is a simple term but it isn't a thing that anyone could have. The more I see everyone that is around me, I do see a lot of people are wanting things or life that they couldn't possibly wanted. Not that they couldn't have it, but actions and speech is one thing you could see. Oh well, I am one fucked up case as well.

Looking out at the snow falling at the terminal, every single human being surrounded me has their own way of showing what they feel. I realize simplicity doesn't comes in only one form. But when you are clear about what you wanted about the little simple things, it is all good for me. I think Leo will be really happy if he ever read this, for the first time after a long time, this smile was genuine.

I guess when you are tired in some way, you tend to see life in a different light. And when that happens, it is clear who meant to you in life. And just surrender to it. Life - everything happens for a reason.

Thursday, March 21, 2013


I don't know it is either Idols or it is just me. While indulging with Beatles, there is one classic song that really hits me. Yesterday. The lyrics were haunting and beautiful. Such a simple song, yet beautiful. It's one of the few (very few) songs I like of this band. While we all know this song was originally called "Scrambled Eggs", I'm not sure how far Paul got with this first version of the song.

But I somehow was being pulled into the beautiful words of it. And the moment when everything starts to pull me in it, every word make sense. The bitter sweet of the melody, everything of it. It just did to me. And I do strongly believe everyone can relate this song to whatever they are going through in life. Simple words, simple melody and that is all it takes.

These few days since I am "back", and yet still so many things, event by event that keep hitting me. But I am not saying that I am being defeated. But just accepting it with welcome arms. What else can I do right. Waiting now for the next chance for me to get back to see dad. But I guess he was doing just fine. Mom told me that they sneak out to go to the hawker for "Bak Kut Teh" So... all that really strike my mind was now I know where all my sneaking out came from. It is in the blood.

4th day now, and I have been trying really hard to be what I should be. But I couldn't find any words that could describe how I really feel. Still, there is still something missing. What was missing? I really wished I knew. I wish I could just filled it up. Being in between the realms of dreams and reality. I just have to fucking giving any more excuses and start admitting that I am fucked up and lost.

But none of this defines me. I guess there are times, all these moments are good. At least to me. Realizing about all the blessings around me, defying that fate that everyone thinks about. From the moment I woke up and realizing that you were always there for me, everything doesn't really matters to be honest. You knew all the dark secrets, and you were there all along. And i was just like yesterday when you were still here.

Anyhow, I will stop crapping myself here. And I do wanna share this beautiful lyrics with all of you out there. Beautiful things are meant to share right?

Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away
Now it looks as though they're here to stay
Oh, I believe in yesterday

Suddenly, I'm not half the man I used to be
There's a shadow hanging over me.
Oh, yesterday came suddenly

Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say
I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday

Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play
Now I need a place to hide away
Oh, I believe in yesterday

Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say
I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday

Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play
Now I need a place to hide away
Oh, I believe in yesterday

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Turkish Airlines To Start Direct Flight To KL

Turkish Airlines is flying back to Kuala Lumpur next month after a hiatus of 10 years and expects the Istanbul-KL route load factor to average about 80%.

“Istanbul-KL is a big potential for us. We hope to carry as many passengers as possible. Our target is to have a daily flight direct from Istanbul to KL,” Singapore general manager Cengiz Inceosman said at a briefing to announce its inaugural direct flight to KL on April 25 with three flights per week.

The Turkish flag carrier will increase its frequency to four flights per week from June 17. The airline terminated its flights to KL via Bangkok in 2002.

Inceosman said the airline was “confident” it could fill its aircraft. “Our strategy is to have different type of passengers and that opens up possibilities. We are not dependent on only one group of customers. We have been successful with Hong Kong, Jakarta and Singapore routes.”

“We are no longer a point-to-point airline but a network airline. We offers connectivity,” Inceosman said, adding that 23% of its total revenue derived from Asia region.

Turkish Airlines has a total of 210 aircraft including cargo freighters.

It would begin flying to KL using A340 aircraft and subsequenly to B777. It had ordered 20 new B777-300ERs. Turkish Airlines would also leverage on the local Umrah market to Jeddah and Madinah through Istanbul.

Meanwhile, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd general manager (marketing) Mohamed Sallauddin Mat Sah said the resumption of the service would strengthen the Malaysia-Europe connection, thus boosting traffic development between the two countries.

Monday, March 18, 2013

CX Changes Flight Frequency For London LHR

Let me update you on the latest Cathay Pacific and Dragonair operations:

Cathay Pacific Service Reductions for London and Paris Operations in October 2013

The airline will temporarily reduce operations to London/Heathrow and Paris/CDG from Hong Kong on select dates. Details and schedules:

Hong Kong London Heathrow:
Between 8 and 26 October 2013, service reduces from 35 to 32 34 weekly

CX255 HKG0035 0620LHR 744 D
CX257 HKG1005 1600LHR 77W *
CX239 HKG1025 1615LHR 77W D
CX253 HKG1440 2030LHR 77W D
CX251 HKG2355 0540+1LHR 77W D

CX252 LHR1230 0705+1HKG 744 D
CX250 LHR1820 1305+1HKG 77W D
CX256 LHR2015 1505+1HKG 77W *
CX254 LHR2220 1705+1HKG 77W D
CX238 LHR2235 1715+1HKG 77W D

*Service reduction for CX257/256 during following periods:
07OCT13 13OCT13 Day x234
14OCT13 20OCT13 Day x3
21OCT13 26OCT13 Day x234

Hong Kong Paris CDG:
CX279/278 cancelled on 4, 10, 11, 14, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, and 25 October 2013.

Dragonair to Boost Capacity to Kolkata in May/June 2013

The airline will upgrade its operational aircraft on its 4-weekly Hong Kong-Kolkata flight from an A320 to an A330-300 from 15 May to 3 June 2013. Schedule:

KA168 HKG2235 0025+1CCU 333 x124
KA169 CCU0120 0805HKG 333 x235

A380 Hits Century Mark

In reaching this “century mark” with an aircraft provided to Malaysia Airlines, the 100th delivery underscores the A380’s global reach – particularly in the Asia-Pacific market, where the jetliner responds to operators’ needs for growth, high levels of service quality and superior range performance. In fact, 65 percent of A380 capacity is to, from, or within Asia-Pacific, with more than 50,000 seats offered on nearly 500 services performed every week.

In addition to its high-profile Asia-Pacific presence, the double-deck jetliner is a familiar sight in Europe – with some 250 weekly services to destinations in this market, as well as in North America – performing over 200 services per week.

Overall, A380s regularly operate at more than 30 airports globally and cover some 65 scheduled routes that circle the world with the nine current operators: Malaysia Airlines, Air France, China Southern, Emirates, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways International.

Underscoring its attractiveness not only at major hub facilities such as London-Heathrow, Los Angeles International, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Frankfurt, the A380 performs scheduled operations to destinations that include Auckland, Manchester, Montreal, Jeddah and Johannesburg.

“In its sixth year of service, the A380 is delivering on all commitments, and exceeds the expectations, confirming that our motto: ‘Love at first flight’ is true for both the airlines and their passengers,” said Richard Carcaillet, Airbus’ Director of A380 Product Marketing.


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