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Air Asia Will Popularise Air Travel in South India

Air Asia Will Popularise Air Travel in South India
by ramkey on August 4, 2013 in India

If the Air Asia executives are unable to grease the palm of the Indian politicians and officials in the Civil Aviation department, the airline is unlikely to start and even if it starts may be facing hitches. Then there are competitors like Spicejet who are jealous about Tatas. They may influence the government officials to block the operations of Air Asia.

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Business Model Air Asia – Low Cost Airline

Business Model Air Asia – Low Cost Airline
by doddid on August 8, 2012 in Air Travel

Now Everyone Can Fly, that’s Air Asia tag line, something that they want to achieve 11 years ago and I think more or less they already achieve their vision. Air Asia become a successful low cost airline in Asia, flying more than 100 millionth passenger across Asia, Australia and Europe. Below I’ve tried to sketch Business Model of Air Asia – Low Cost Carrier using Business Model Canvas created by Alex Osterwalder.

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Natural Wonders of The World: Goreme National Park and Mount Ararat, Turkey

Natural Wonders of The World: Goreme National Park and Mount Ararat, Turkey
by Mr Ghaz on April 18, 2011 in California

Goreme National Park has one of the strangest landscapes on earth. Over millions of years, volcanoes in the area covered the land with thick layers of soft tuff stone, which were then covered with layers of lava that hardened and sealed the top.

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Natural Wonders of The World: Jostedalsbreen Glacier Field and The Maelstrom, Norway

Natural Wonders of The World: Jostedalsbreen Glacier Field and The Maelstrom, Norway
by Mr Ghaz on April 8, 2011 in Norway

Here you will find some of the world’s most awe-inspiring scenery, carved out of the terrain by thousands of years of constant glacial activity.

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The Miracle of Borobudur: Famous Wonders

The Miracle of Borobudur: Famous Wonders
by Mr Ghaz on September 6, 2009 in Indonesia

The temple of Borobudur (the word means “the monastery on the hill”) was built around a natural hill. More than two million cubic feet of stone was worked by craftsmen to create a giant symbol of the universe. The symbolism can be fully appreciated only from the air – a view none of the builders could ever have had…But in 1973 UNESCO launched the Borobudur Restoration Project. At cost of $25 million, 700 men worked for 10 years to restore the temple to its former glory.

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Malaysian Montage of Unique Diversity

Malaysian Montage of Unique Diversity
by Mr Ghaz on April 9, 2009 in Malaysia

Eight April 2009..Malaysia’s ethnic diversity remains the most important component of its uniqueness. The nation is a compendium of multicultural and multiracial people that has earned it reference as a great melting pot. Malays, Chinese and Indians are the three main ethnic groups.

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Experience the Wonderful Tropical Islands in Sabah, Malaysia: Dive Sites Rated to be Among the Top Ten in the World

Experience the Wonderful Tropical Islands in Sabah, Malaysia: Dive Sites Rated to be Among the Top Ten in the World
by Mr Ghaz on May 5, 2010 in Malaysia

Many scuba enthusiasts from around the world come to dive at Sipadan, an island resort off the east coast of the state. Sipadan, ranked as one of the top ten dive sites in the world, is actually a tall limestone “tower” rising from the bed of Celebes Sea, supporting vast numbers of marine species.

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The New Level in Shopping Experience: A Visit to Malaysia

The New Level in Shopping Experience: A Visit to Malaysia
by Mr Ghaz on April 6, 2009 in Malaysia

Six April 2009..the shopping scene in Malaysia has always been a lively and exciting affair, with multitudes of activities and sales happening nationwide throughout the year. Added to that is the amazing range of merchandise on offer, from sophisticated electrical equipment and hip accessories to ultra modern fashion, unusual knick-knacks and souvenir items.

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Visit to Blue Lagoon, Port Dickson, Malaysia: Blue Waters and Relaxation

Visit to Blue Lagoon, Port Dickson, Malaysia: Blue Waters and Relaxation
by Mr Ghaz on March 30, 2009 in Malaysia

For those who would rather remain dry, sitting on a mat placed on the sand in the shade is one of the most enjoyable experiences to be had. The breeze is cool and soft. One can hear birds chirping and squirrels scurrying about on the trees nearby. Then there are always the blue waters to rest one eye on. Ah, life is gentle and peaceful..

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Life in the Tropics Country – Malaysia

Life in the Tropics Country – Malaysia
by Mr Ghaz on March 29, 2009 in Malaysia

Most visitors to the beach prefer to rest under the cool shades of trees or man-made structures. The more adventurous people may frolic in the sea. The sun can be so hot that after a session or two of intense sunbathing, the foreign participants would be most careful in venturing out for more. Life in the Tropics Country, Malaysia.

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