Incentives given to all airlines, not just AirAsia: Fernandes


Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, in his latest Twitter post, said the airport regulator and operator should have supported the stakeholders -- both the airlines and passengers -- with fair treatment.

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Chief Executive Officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes in his latest tweet acknowledged all the incentives provided by Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) to nurture low-cost travel growth, but pointed out that they were given to all airlines and not just AirAsia.

“Malaysia Airports press releases have given @AirAsia a great opportunity to reply to give our side of the story on Kota Kinabalu and incentives. Also the lack of support on developing low-cost travel and the lost billions to the Malaysian economy.

“Incentives are given to all airlines. Not just @AirAsia. We built a huge business for Malaysia Airports. In support, quite the opposite was given in giving us support. Klia2 was the last Thor of airport @AirAsia. Anything would have been better than that,” he said in a string of tweets in response to MAHB. 

Incentives are given to all airlines. Not just @AirAsia . We built a huge business for malaysia airports. In support quite the opposite was given in giving us support. Klia2 was the last Thor of airport @AirAsia . Anything would have been better than that.

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