How Much is the AirAsia Wheelchair Charge?

Answer: If you look for the information on AirAsia wheelchair charge on search engines, chances are you will end up on this page. However, there is no external link specified in the page.

On September 29th 2017, AirAsia has published an article about wheelchair charges on the Support section of its website. The answer can be a bit complex and different

Steps to find the AirAsia wheelchair charge

Step 1: First, read about the airline’s types of special guests.

Step 2: Then, read another article about additional charges for passengers in wheelchairs.

Step 3: For the particular flight that requires a wheelchair service, choose its origin and destination and look at the charges on this page.

For example, you can find the wheelchair charge for flights between Kota Bharu (KBR) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) will cost you RM 63.60 if you pre-book the service or RM 127.20 if you book it at the counter. So, be smart and book early to lighten up the load on your wallet.

Note: This post is a follow-up post for the previous one, AirAsia Wheelchair Fee: Is It Still Relevant?

How to Land the Space Shuttle

This is a 17-minute video by Bret Copeland about the processes involved in landing the space shuttle. While the video is quite lengthy, it is very educational and suitable for all kinds of viewers, including those who are new to space exploration.

Among the information highlighted in the video is how steep the approach is. Apart from that, the space shuttle only has one chance to land once it begins its final approach.

The space shuttle is a type of reusable orbiting vehicle used by NASA to launch astronauts and cargo payload to space. Most of its trips is to the International Space Station (ISS). The ISS is a space station collaboratively built by several nations in the world.

Malaysia Airlines MH 128 Flight Incident

MELBOURNE, June 1st 2017: A Malaysian Airlines flight from Melbourne (MEL) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) was asked to turn back to Melbourne due to an act of disruption by a single perpetrator. The flight, MH 128, departed from Melbourne at 11.11pm yesterday (31 May 2017).

The disruptive passenger was allegedly trying to open the cockpit door. Fortunately, a number of brave passengers acted fast and managed to subdue the disruptive passenger before the passenger made it to the cockpit. While the event is unfolding, the flight crews managed to alert the pilots in the cockpit, resulting in the eventual turn back by the pilot.

The airline gave a brief statement on its official site. Here is the full statement:

MH128, which had departed Melbourne Airport at 11.11pm scheduled  to arrive Kuala Lumpur at 5.28am on 1 June, made a turn back to Melbourne after the operating Captain was alerted by a cabin crew of a passenger attempting to enter the cockpit.

Malaysia Airlines would like to stress that at no point was the aircraft ‘hijacked’.

MH128 safely landed in Melbourne airport at 11.41pm.

Following the incident on MH128, the disruptive passenger has been apprehended by airport security. Malaysia Airlines together with the Australian authorities will be investigating the incident.

Safety and security are of utmost priority to malaysia airlines. The airline wishes to apologise for the inconvenience caused.

Passengers have safely disembarked the aircraft and will be screened by Australian authorities.

They will be accommodated at hotels and offered on the next available flight or on other carriers.

Updated as 12.19am (GMT+8), 1 Jun 2017.

 

 

klia2 Parking Management Contact Information

Segi Astana Sdn Bhd (916663-H) is the company responsible for managing parking space at klia2. Here is their contact information:

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Segi Astana Sdn Bhd 2017-04-11 22.10.54

Address

Level 1, Terminal klia2
KL International Airport
Jalan klia2/1, 64000 KLIA, Sepang,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Tel No: +60 3 8775 6500

GST Registration No.: 0007 8733 3120

Malaysia Airlines MH2718 Flight Incident

SIBU – Saturday, April 8th 2017: A Malaysia Airlines Flight MH2718 carrying 61 passengers and 6 crew members has skidded on the runway of Sibu Airport upon landing at 10:17 PM that day.

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Sibu Airport 2015-03-27 16.17.04

Everyone onboard had safely disembarked from the Boeing 737-800 aircraft via two side rafts. The cause of the incident is still unknown.

April 10th 2017 Update: Malaysia Airports said the runway at Sibu Airport has been reopened at 0000 hrs on Sunday, April 9th 2017. Due to the runway closure, 48 lights and 3,787 passengers were affected.

Source: The Star