Showing posts from December, 2014

Search for Missing AirAsia QZ 8501 Intensified

AirAsia has set up an Emergency Tel Line for Family or Friends of those who may be on Board QZ8501. The number is + 622 129 850 800 or + 622129850801

Air AsiaAnother AirAsia AirBus A320 Flight No QZ 8501 with 2 Pilots and 5 Cabin Crew and 155 Pax, Total 162 On Board Missing on 28 Dec 2014
Captain : Capt Iriyanto
Pilot Captain Iriyanto had 6000 Flying Hours
First Officer : Capt Remi Emmanual  
Pilot Captain Remi Emmanual had 3000 Flying Hours

Carrier : AirAsia AirBus A320 
Flight No : QZ 8501 
Pax  : 162
Missing Date : 28 Dec 2014
From : Surabaya in Indonesia 
To  :  Singapore

The Pilot Captain Iriyanto had 6100 flying hours under his belt, while his first officer had accrued 2275 Flying Hours.

KUALA LUMPUR: A massive search is underway for the missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501 which lost contact with the Jakarta Air traffic control tower at 5.170 AM Malaysian time.

Indonesian authorities have mobilised search and rescue operation near Belitung Island. It has deployed five ships and a surveillance Aircr…

Nick Kyrgios forms partnership with Malaysia Airlines

Forget his Wimbledon heroics against Rafael Nadal, Canberra tennis star Nick Kyrgios rates a five-set loss to little-known Frenchman Benoit Paire "his favourite match" of his breakout year. 

Kyrgios credited the second-round match, where cramping crippled any hope of victory after he claimed the first two sets, as the spur that kickstarted his impressive first professional season. 

Kyrgios' star has risen so rapidly Malaysia Airlines announced him as their new ambassador on Monday, banking on his showmanship to lift their profile after two major incidents with their aircraft this year. 

The 19-year-old wants to avoid the dreaded second-year syndrome, and has confided in several of the game's biggest names on how to cope with the target on his back. 

The aggressive world No.52 ended last year early with bone stress in his arm, but is now injury free and better prepared to handle the rigours of five-set tennis at Melbourne Park next month. His summer campaign kicks off at …

Pilot Kevin Andrews new Defence Minister as Johnston dumped from Cabinet

Pilot Kevin Andrews new Defence Minister as Johnston dumped from Cabinet
Kevin Andrews has been named as the new Minister for Defence as part of a cabinet reshuffle announced by Prime Minister Tony Abbott in Canberra on Sunday.
Andrews, until now Minister for Social Services, will take on the portfolio from Senator David Johnston, who will leave cabinet despite the Prime Minister praising for him doing “a Fine Job” in the Defence portfolio.
“I record my gratitude to Senator the Hon David Johnston who will stand down as Minister for Defence. Senator Johnston has done a fine job in restoring investment in the Australian Defence Force after six years of neglect and has effectively managed the deployment of Australian Defence Force personnel to Europe and Iraq,” the Prime Minister’s statement announcing the ministerial changes reads.
“The Hon Kevin Andrews MP will become the Minister for Defence. He is one of the most experienced ministers in the government and his appointment will ensure we …