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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Delivering Happiness

I got an InfoNotice from UPS at the door of my apartment on the 20th April 2010. The package states that this comes from the USA. I traced the package at UPS site and saw that the package was from Las Vegas and it took only 1 week to get here. Surely, I thought, it must be an important package.

The next day I called UPS about the package. A polite lady answered my call and said that the package will be sent again to my apartment in the evening. So I asked her if they could send it to my office instead, and they said yes, so I gave her the address. Lastly I asked if her if she could tell who it was from, they said it was from So I think to myself, it can't be.

I really wanted the book Delivering Happiness, and I couldn't wait till the book launch on 7th June 2010. So I tried to sign up for a free book as a blogger.

When the package arrived that afternoon, I got not one Delivering Happiness but two for FREE!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

AirAsia adapts product to long-haul

AirAsia's longer-haul brand is adding premium seating to accommodate those longer hours.
The KL-based AirAsia x is going two-class with the installation of premium flat beds in its A330s and A340.

The move recognises that not every traveller wants to do long-haul in economy seating, even if the pitch and recline are a bit more generous than on short-haul.

New flatbed seats for AirAsia X flights

PETALING JAYA: Passengers on long-haul AirAsia X flights can now enjoy greater comfort with the introduction of flatbed seats, making it the first low-cost carrier to offer such luxury.

AirAsia X chief executive officer Azran Osman-Rani said the airline admitted that the old seats on its airplanes were “neither suitable nor comfortable for long-haul flights.”


Monday, April 5, 2010

Air Asia still awaiting OK for Sydney-KL

Low-cost carrier Air Asia says it remains committed to starting services between Sydney and Kuala Lumpur on July 1 this year, despite a "frustrating" wait for Malaysian government approval.

Air Asia says everything is in place to make Sydney the Malaysian-based carrier's fourth Australian destination, following Perth, Melbourne and the Gold Coast.

All that is needed was for the Malaysian government to give the green light.

Take the Air Asia skybus from LCCT airport to downtown Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

If you fly from Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur on Air Asia, you'll find yourself landing at Kuala Lumpur's Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT). Air Asia also flies into Kuala Lumpur from most other major airports in south east Asia.

Once at LCCT passengers have to figure out the best and cheapest way to get to KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur itself, as LCCT is an hour away from the city. That's where the Air Asia Skybus comes in.


AirAsia X will add flights to Melbourne and Perth

SEPANG: AirAsia X will operate flights to Melbourne and Perth, with three more Airbus A330 aircraft coming in, as securing routes to Seoul and Sydney is a challenge.