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‘If I were someone who didn’t know my own family, and I was thinking about a flight to Singapore, I would look at my flight to Malaysia.
‘It’s easy to find reasons to dislike the system, but what you need to do is look at this system and think, ‘Well, who knows?’
‘AirAsia is going to be a real challenger. I have always believed in aviation, I have always believed in the benefits of modern aviation, I have gospelhitzalways believed that this is what makes the world a better place.
‘When I became Minister [Prime Minister John Howard] was a leader of the Australian Aviation Union, and he talked about creating a free enterprise system. But what he also realised is that the more the system is set up, the more the people who pay in are squeezed out and less money goes to invest in innovative thinking.’
A spokesman for AirAsia, James Latham, said the group is investing $10bn into upgrading its ticketing system with a $10bn ‘pilot program’ to find better ways to reduce delays. He said delays have now fallen by 45 per cent since the programme began last year.
He said he hopes the project will be completed by the end of the year.
In 2011, the firm signed a $18 billion agreement with Malaysia’s national carrier, KLM, to upgrade its fleet of 200 Boeing 737 aircraft and build its first two new 777-300ER planes in a country where the average age is only 38바카라사이트.