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Air Asia Plane Crash


A concerned Malaysia Uncut reader, Kay, forwarded some pictures reputedly of an Air Asia plane crash. He/She said: It would be scary if news like this (provided it is true), is suppressed by the Malaysian Government…

Further details are unavailable. The source and authenticity of the pictures could not be verified. Could someone shed some light on this? Here are more pictures of the alleged crash:





Monday, March 19, 2007 - Posted by | Commentary, Issues, News, Others, Politics


  1. The photos were doctored and faked. Air Asia does NOT have planes of this colour design

    Air Asia planes are colored differently.

    Click here to see the various planes owned by Air Asia

    Any air crash MUST be reported to the International Air authorities by the airline or by the Govt.

    Somebody presumably working for or on behalf of MAS is trying to discredit Air Asia.

    Comment by Frank | Monday, March 19, 2007 | Reply

    • All the planes are Airbus. where are all the Boeing Airasia use before they bought Airbus???

      Comment by Detelley | Thursday, June 4, 2009 | Reply

      • There are still some Boeing 737s which are still in use for shorter destinations. There are still some of them in LCCT even now.

        Comment by Anonymous | Thursday, September 10, 2009

    • it is true this is air asia plane that is in kota kinabalu. they used boeing 737 to fly and i have flown in this lat cartoon aircraft that is not a fake.u can check in the net.

      Comment by danny | Monday, July 27, 2009 | Reply

      • The picture was taken in KK, I recognise the top picture the Police is Sgt Kamis working at KKIA VIP Room.

        Comment by mono | Sunday, August 9, 2009

      • This picture is true and not fake. AirAsia flies 737-300 aircraft before thyey replced them with the A320. This incident came out on the front page of every Sabah papers and caused massive delays.

        Comment by Johann Leong | Tuesday, January 11, 2011

    • dear frank, nothing to do with MAS. this incident happened few years ago. please read an article from the star news dated in nov04. i used to travel with this bloddy old airplane. poor air asia, low class airline. cheap airfare but too much charges behind. prefer to travel with sia, mas, silk air n thai for asean region.

      Comment by elle | Thursday, October 29, 2009 | Reply

      • shut up la…..

        Comment by mesha | Friday, December 2, 2011

  2. yup, definitely fake. look at the tagline ‘now everyone can fly’ did not quite match for all pics.

    Comment by Gary | Monday, March 19, 2007 | Reply

  3. It is a relief to read that the pics are doctoredIt would be scary if it wasn’t. On the other hand, it is sad to know what people would go through to cause unrest to innocent people. I sent this set of photoes to Malaysia uncut seeking authentication and am thankful of the response I read here. Now, I have some peace of mind and confidence restored in flying Air Asia once again.

    Frank, I feel it would not be right to assume this is the work of MAs to discredit AirAsia.. for all you know some cheeky youth with too much time in hand and nothing better to do, did all this, ya?

    Comment by Kay | Monday, March 19, 2007 | Reply

  4. Look like emergency drill… People were seem relaxing… taking their sweet to work around…

    Comment by ChenLiu | Tuesday, March 20, 2007 | Reply

  5. i think its covered
    but not sure if this is the one its refering to

    Comment by deploid | Wednesday, March 21, 2007 | Reply

  6. 7 Nov 2004 – AirAsia 737-300 over-runs runway in heavy rain

    KOTA KINABALU – AirAsia in a statement said due to heavy rain and bad weather, its aircraft bound for Kota Kinabalu from Kuala Lumpur skidded lightly off the runway after it touched down at Terminal Two of the Kota Kinabalu International Airport. In the 5.10pm incident yesterday, two passengers and the two pilots suffered minor injuries.

    The 111 passengers on board AirAsia’s Boeing 737-300 flight from Kuala Lumpur had an uneventful journey till the plane landed at Kota Kinabalu. One of the injured, a five-year-old girl, sprained her left wrist during evacuation from the Boeing 737-300 aircraft, the Star reported.

    The passengers, including six top Laotian government officials, were shaken by the incident that occurred during a downpour.

    Flight AK104 from Kuala Lumpur skidded onto the grassy patch towards the south end of the runway, forcing passengers to be evacuated via emergency chutes as Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) fire engines and ambulances rushed to scene.

    A DCA official said the nose-wheel of the Boeing 737 was bogged down in soft soil and engineers were finding it difficult to extricate the aircraft because of nightfall.

    The shutdown of the country’s second-busiest airport resulted in the diversion, rescheduling and cancellation of dozens of flights, affecting at least 2,000 travellers.

    Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, scheduled to depart on his executive jet at 9.30pm after a short visit, left at 10.45pm. He was here to break fast with Umno members.

    Although the DCA has “closed” the airport, it has allowed individual airlines to land or take off at their own risk.

    A Universiti Teknologi Mara student who identified herself only as Zilla said the whole plane shook badly before it hit the grass. “I was afraid. I thought we were going to die,” she said.

    Raymond Danker, from Penang, who was visiting with his Sabahan wife and three children, said it was their first trip to the state since their marriage 10 years ago. “We were so happy about it and this had to happen,” he said. He said his daughter, Tracie, suffered a sprain to her left wrist while sliding down the emergency chute, and his wife and two sons, aged three and seven, were shaken by the whole episode.

    Among the passengers was Laotian deputy director-general of the Cabinet Committee for Planning, Houmpheng Souralay, one of the six senior Laotian officials here for a study tour organised by Yayasan Sabah. “I am thankful that nothing serious happened,” said Souralay.

    According to passengers, there were moments of pandemonium on the plane as they pushed and shoved each other towards the emergency exits during the evacuation.

    The passengers were then ferried to the VIP terminal and given medical examinations before they were taken to Terminal Two and allowed to collect their luggage at about 7pm.

    Comment by deploid | Wednesday, March 21, 2007 | Reply

  7. It’s not a fake… it did happen in 2004 as rightly pointed out by deploid.

    Comment by frostee | Friday, March 23, 2007 | Reply

  8. correct me if i’m wrong. but i’m quite new here. just one q to the moderator, we are still yet to reach 4th march but the above comment already surpassed that date.

    Comment by oli | Tuesday, April 3, 2007 | Reply

  9. Err…OLI…but your post shows 3rd April!!!

    Comment by Moderator_Not_Logged_In | Wednesday, April 11, 2007 | Reply

  10. The first 2 commenters above seem so confident with their comments.. the first even mentioned the airline competitor, while the second agreeing on photos with such quality. Experts indeed..

    Comment by Checker | Friday, April 20, 2007 | Reply

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  12. Dear concerned public & Air Asia Personnels,

    If the pictures are doctored, what about the people shown in them?

    If the photos come out in the Star newspapers, probably the truth will stand out.

    If it is true, it only acts as an alert to travellers. If the incident did not happen, we are all too happy for that.

    Please make an effort to verify the truth.


    Comment by JENNY TAN | Sunday, May 20, 2007 | Reply

  13. This wasnt a plane crash… it’s fake….

    But there was a case in KK where an actual plane overshot the runway… but nothing seriously. I happen to know a few people with MAS (management) which i was having dinner with that night and they got called up to go to KK since the airport was closed till futher notice. That was about 15 months ago if I remember right.

    Comment by Okidokie | Monday, May 28, 2007 | Reply

  14. Im living in Kota Kinabalu and i would like to confirm that airasia ,in fact, had encountered this experience. Not to discredit Airasia but due to this unfortunate event thousands of travellers were stranded and a relative of mine had to reschedule her flight back from KL to KK.Yes it happened in Kota kinabalu international airport about 2 years ago if im not mistaken. It was indeed raining heavily and the photos are genuine. It was widely reported by all local newspaper. Sadly only a few photographs being published by the newspapers as if the authority was trying to cover up the case. Thanks for the photos.

    Comment by RICHARD VUN | Friday, June 8, 2007 | Reply

  15. I don’t want to upset you guys but the foto’s are definately real. I’ve been to Malaysia in august 2005 and recently in april 2007 and I have flown with Air Asia a lot. Maybe over 12 flights (all smooth, safe flights). However, the airplane on the picture I’ve seen many times on KLIA (2005) and KLCC (2007). It’s true most of the Air Asia airplanes are colored red, but this painting does exists.
    But still, if this is the only serious accident in the existence of Air Asia there is no reason to be scared.

    Comment by Tom Jonsthovel | Wednesday, June 27, 2007 | Reply

  16. the woman in yellow raincoat is my mum’s friend. she works with AirAsia before.

    Comment by annoyer | Sunday, July 29, 2007 | Reply

  17. If the authority tried to cover up the case, then it’s really bad..

    Comment by picoHat | Sunday, August 12, 2007 | Reply

  18. thats pict arereal not fake….i sure that.

    Comment by fauzia | Saturday, September 1, 2007 | Reply

  19. woahhh

    Comment by bob jensen | Wednesday, September 19, 2007 | Reply

  20. so realy realy bad. so amazing bad.WOUEAH!!!

    Comment by ikhwan yang hensem | Thursday, September 20, 2007 | Reply

  21. Somebody presumably working for or on behalf of MAS is trying to discredit Air Asia.

    Well, don’t try to drag Malaysia Airlines into this if you don’t have any proof. It could have been anyone. Oh well, do i have to mention about millions and millions of ringgit being bribed to Chan Kong Choy until he fell sick because of not being able to carry so much money? proof? Just read malaysia today!

    Comment by apat | Saturday, September 22, 2007 | Reply

  22. Referring to comment no.1, the link that you provided is for air asia’s AIRBUS plane and does not include BOEING plane which air asia has. This news is true and it is also under air asia’s article in wikipedia.

    Comment by low | Friday, September 28, 2007 | Reply

  23. it is not fake, Air Asia do have that plane before by the registration 9M-AAP..they called it as Lat Aircraft. But it was not an air crash. It’s just a skidded in Kota Kinabalu airport. Crew managed to evacuate all the passenger less than 90 seconds and everybody is safe.Nothing to do or blame with MAS.This incident really happened. All the 3 crews now are still working with airasia.This is the only incident happened to airasia since it started operated and i hope it will be the last.Thank you to the crews for acting the situation quick and they did not panic.

    Comment by Elizabeth | Tuesday, October 9, 2007 | Reply

  24. this is fake, plane crashes don’t look safe like this.I dont see no smoke or anything. FAKERS !

    Comment by sineeeeedudu | Thursday, October 11, 2007 | Reply

  25. al kemak

    Comment by Al-Kimak | Monday, October 15, 2007 | Reply

  26. Why it’s hard to know the truth….?
    Seems like cold war times….

    Comment by loveprince | Tuesday, October 23, 2007 | Reply

  27. Elizabeth Oct 9 is right…its nit a fake. It happened. Aircraft skidded and yes Air Asia does operate the Lat Aircraft…and this incident has nothing to do with MAS so don’t, please don’t drag MAS into this…accidents happen. Be thankful that it was niot fatal.

    Comment by );-( Samurai | Thursday, October 25, 2007 | Reply

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    • air asia mmg dpt hak pendaratan kt singapore tp cuba tgk skrg apa dah jadi…
      1 airlines tambang murah dari msia lawan 3 airlines tambang murah dari singapore.
      air asia(msia) vs jet star(spore), tiger airways(spore), silk air(spore)..
      sapa yg pandai skrg….

      Comment by mohamad | Saturday, December 25, 2010 | Reply

  29. well… wether it’s fake or not… i still believe air asia now is doing the best in safety… if this is real… this airplane must only skid, coz nothing to be worried bout in this pic…

    Comment by Naim Husni | Sunday, October 28, 2007 | Reply

  30. Its real. Its not fatal. The aircraft overshot the runway.
    Its recorded in the NTSB database.

    Comment by Wai Hung | Monday, November 5, 2007 | Reply

  31. I can’t believe you guys think these pictures are fake. First of all, it was a case of an a/c skidding off the runway in heavy precipitation and not a “crash.” The first two “experts” who commented obviously don’t know their planes, claiming Air Asia doesn’t have such a paint scheme. Absolute fools. Are you unaware of the fact that one of Air Asia’s 73’s had comic illustrations on it?

    Look at the facts, Gary and Frank. You weren’t at BKI airport, u guys weren’t personal witness to all the chaos and news crew who were present. You guys weren’t affected by the consequential delays in KLIA and diversions into Labuan that night.

    So before you run to Air Asia’s defense and pin the blame on MAS (I fly neither, so don’t accuse me for taking any sides), may I suggest that you get your facts straight before you begin using words like “NOT” and “MUST” to underscore your baseless claims.

    Comment by Ken | Thursday, November 15, 2007 | Reply

  32. To answer two questions: Was it a crash? No. Are the pics real? A resounding Yes. Case closed. Let the public decide if they still trust Air Asia.

    My hat goes off to every ethical journalist and photographer out there.

    Comment by Ken | Thursday, November 15, 2007 | Reply

  33. This is an AA plane. Comment #1 is wrong.

    Comment by annonymous | Monday, November 26, 2007 | Reply

  34. It is definetly real . It is not a crash , the plane just skidded off the runway

    Comment by rm | Friday, December 14, 2007 | Reply

  35. i was on the plane i thought i was going to die but i knew there was some problems because the plane had tirbilance and really bad weather and i was praying for my family but then finally nobody.

    Comment by james cook | Monday, December 24, 2007 | Reply

  36. I bet more than 70% of you didn’t know there was plane crash in Tawau in the nineties and even involved fatalities including the pilots. And it was a MAS plane. For goodness sake the AirAsia plane was just skidded due to heavy down pour. What is it to be scared you school boys/girls….

    Comment by craptologist | Wednesday, January 2, 2008 | Reply

  37. hey guys… for sure look into this report. air asia do have such airplane ( lat cartoon painting on boeng 737 ) and i did fly with that airplane going back to sabah from klia…( lcc under construction on that time )

    and i did read the report about the mas crash in tawau sabah… crashing into the housing area just before the airport… and it`s sad that most of the passengger was dead including some of the people on that housing….

    Comment by tanakwagu | Saturday, January 19, 2008 | Reply

  38. I was shocked to see pictures of above in my forwarded mails, with note saying tat air asia has this covered, therefore i did a research on this matter..
    I am relieved to find that this was an unlucky event happened in 2004 due to bad weather.
    I am sure Air asia has been trying its best in maintaining a “zero crash” records as they wouldnt want people to have doubts in flying in their aircraft which will affect their profit. I had doubts in Air asia when it first started as its a budget airline, but to date, i am glad that they are doing quite a good job. I have been using airasia eversince it started and conditions of the plane are better than ever.

    Comment by justina | Sunday, February 10, 2008 | Reply

  39. yup, definitely fake. look at the tagline ‘now everyone can fly’ did not quite match for all pics.

    doctoredit? ridiculous! colour can be change.dont u notice?like u change the car paint?it cost penny for air asia to save their ass..duh!

    Mas discredit Air asia? WTF? they are in different league and different market.Air Asia cheap low class and for those who stupid enough to pay much money for that small space & same as RM9.90.MAS target the high end.duh!

    ass hole

    Comment by joe | Friday, February 15, 2008 | Reply

  40. yup, definitely fake. look at the tagline ‘now everyone can fly’ did not quite match for all pics.

    what do you mean ‘quite’ stupid gary?.Thats what you get for low quality some book!

    Comment by joe | Friday, February 15, 2008 | Reply


    Comment by sam doole | Tuesday, February 26, 2008 | Reply

  42. I could definitely confirm that those pictures are genuine. I was one of the affected passengers and I have pictures taken from Kota Kinabalu International Airport.

    Check my posting:

    Comment by Cikgu Lee | Tuesday, March 11, 2008 | Reply

  43. No Lah, You See The Airport Scuruty Use Old Uniform.
    This Photo Is Taken on 2004.

    Comment by jenice | Thursday, March 13, 2008 | Reply

  44. Well obviously its not fake coz Air Asia DOES have this aircraft design/livery of Lat and the crew from Kampung Boy, It is Air Asia 9M-AAP. For people who said its fake in the biggining coz of its design is kinda stupid. You should know more about aviation before commenting, coz this is quite a serious topic.

    Comment by Someoneingermany | Saturday, March 29, 2008 | Reply

  45. this is true, not fake,its happen on 7 nov 2004, but none seroius injured, this is cause by bad weather during landing in the airport at kota kinabalu, the plane slide off the runway
    newspaper got publish it that time, u all can check wiki,google about it

    Comment by pacific900 | Tuesday, April 1, 2008 | Reply

  46. Memang Betul Pesawat Airasia ni.. Pesawat ni terbabas di Kota Kinabalu International Airport masa hujan.. tapi tak la terhempas. Dah pernah masuk news ni dan Berita Pukul 8 malam. Aku sendiri nampak kapal terbang ni disimpan dekat garaj kapal terbang lepas kejadian ni berlaku..

    Comment by airasia fun | Tuesday, April 1, 2008 | Reply

  47. this picture is real maaa. air asia kan ader minat LAT yang lukis kartun paling famous kat malaysia lukis kartun kat body aircraft time tuh. macam dia buat kat body airbus yang ader player MU. aper laaa. comment yang 1st dengan 2nd tu mmg cam tak betol jer. aiyooo

    Comment by jarkoo | Saturday, April 5, 2008 | Reply

  48. apa la.. frank and gary.. kalau tak tau apa apa. baik diam la.

    Comment by airasia fun | Saturday, April 5, 2008 | Reply

  49. Air Asia should give a formal statement and not let rumours to circulate around. It will be worst to keep silent and pretent nothing did happen.

    I took AA once and I have no fear about budget airline. It is a matter of time when we see more and more people relying on budget airlines for local travels. So, please keep up your safety checks regularly and consistently. There should be no room for errors.

    Comment by Seow | Tuesday, April 8, 2008 | Reply

  50. These pictures are not fake! come on guys! the first few comments are really really really DUMB~! how ignorant of you bunch to say that these photos were superimposed and the font doesn’t quite match in every picture? WTH! how stupid is that?? the incident really happened in Kota Kinabalu and it was not a plane crash as stated! the truth is, the plane skidded off track due to poor weather. you lot should have done some research before posting such comments. so sad la you guys! shame on you! >:[

    Comment by *_* | Saturday, April 12, 2008 | Reply

  51. I cant believe these pictures are now being recirculated again via emails but with the tagline – CRASH IN KLIA…

    lets talk about fact:

    1) The news was not covered up.. it was reported in major newspaper then..

    2) This was not a crash.. the plane skided due to bad weather..

    3) there were no casualties..

    4) it happened in KK and not KL as per emails

    I have been flying with Airasia and will continue to do so.. AIr Asia has the latest and newest fleet amongst those in the industry..

    MAS and SIA also used to have plane crash.. that did not stop anyone from flying with those 2 airlines..

    Hence, the resurface of the emails now are just out to discredit AirAsia.. by whom? we will never know and will not finger point.. but looks like Air Asia may have pissed some of its competitors…

    I am taking Air Asia flight to KK on May 7th.. i took Air Asia flight to Singapore last weekend.. If other airlines cant compete, stop whining… let the consumers decide..

    Comment by zainol | Thursday, April 24, 2008 | Reply

  52. Haiyaa.. pasai ni pun nak bertekak ke? Lates take it face value. It happened, but no one is hurt. The choice to take any plane is up to individual. If Mas and airasia nak bertekak, let them la.

    Comment by Joker | Thursday, April 24, 2008 | Reply

  53. Whether is it real or whatsoever. i have to say. AIR-Asia if F-ing SUCKS! and it sucks badly! i was transit from international flight to domestic. thought of air-asia might do something good provided economic type of fare on top. so i decided to give it a try. and turned out i was using 8HOURS for a domestic flight which supposed an hour 1/2 of flying time. AND EXTRA charged me CA$200! thats’ insane! i was getting mad and what i been returned was, SORRY SIR, everything is in the back of the sheets, its printed. let me tell you something. nothing about educated, its a shame, air asia. better crush its own office with its own plane with all its BLACK AND WHITE in it!

    what the *beep.
    as i mentioned! NOTHING about moral or being polite! hey! black and white! hardly to diffenciate between ae! pages long. is that what you call, cheating? or con? perhaps, FOR ME! ya~ LIST it, like you doing business!
    what so premium thing, pay 40rm to stand in the front. well, now with what so policy for luggage charge. add all them up. no different with mas! i rather pay that bit more to have better service! and safety OFCAUSE!

    and air asia’s plane.. STINK!

    Comment by Kenneth.c | Thursday, May 15, 2008 | Reply

  54. if its real, i hope no one were hurt.

    Comment by chumpman | Wednesday, July 23, 2008 | Reply

  55. its a fake ! you all sick son of a B**** hope you all happy now…S*****

    Comment by al azeem | Friday, July 25, 2008 | Reply

  56. frank, to say that the photos are fake, and simply blaming MAS for something that they never do, you make me feel like vomiting. how can you be so sure that it was faked? do you really know air asia? if so, what aircraft is that? how old is it? what is the registration? who is the “international authorities” that u are talking about and which department in the govt is responsible to hand over the report to the authority?

    “Air Asia does NOT have planes of this colour design”
    you don’t know that air asia has a lot of painting designs isn’t it?

    i wonder do you really use your brain before stating your sour grapes comment.

    Comment by mat | Wednesday, August 20, 2008 | Reply

  57. for those who says it’s fake, then let them say what ever they want to say. For sure accidents do happen irregardless what ever airline it maybe. AirAsia is not a ‘super airline’. It is just another low cost carrier like others. But one thing for sure, it didn’t turn up well to this aircraft for this particular flight. We should be grateful that no casualties in this incident. Then perhaps, incidents like the concorde etc can be regarded as fake as well??!!

    Lastly for those who says it’s a fake, they themselves are also a FAKE!

    Comment by muharifz | Saturday, August 23, 2008 | Reply

  58. hmm…AIR-ASIA .??

    just want to share..nothing to do with the picture..but to those who always backing up the ‘5 star’ wannabe airlines

    today my flight to LCCT from PENANG, AK 6311,departure at this evening being CANCELLED n being MOVED to AK 6317 departure at 1045 pm.. WT*

    i’m not buying an evening ticket if i don’t have problem taking a bus/taxi at night.

    AIR ASIA said in their add, ‘if we are late, we’ll pay you bla bla bla’ how about if they are canceling a flight .?? hmm it is just a business gimmick.

    and for your info..the ticket i buy aren’t cheap too !!

    Comment by ding | Monday, August 25, 2008 | Reply

  59. Just left KK airport two days ago on Air Asia, i notice its runway are too bumby than normal. When we landed at LCC, i notice the runway is smoother. So i conclude its not the plane’s problem.

    Comment by tony | Saturday, September 6, 2008 | Reply

  60. hey you guys know why airasia has the cheapest rates? it’s because they have the quickest turnarounds on the tarmac (land, refuel, and leave in 40 mins), and employ the cheapest pilots.

    Comment by effarr | Wednesday, September 17, 2008 | Reply

  61. Air asia have one aircraft like this before….this the aircraft for air asia i think.

    Comment by ME | Wednesday, September 24, 2008 | Reply

  62. they design the aircraft and draw it based on kampung boy cartoon…malaysia cartoon….try to remember

    Comment by ME | Wednesday, September 24, 2008 | Reply

  63. hahahahaha…….. it may be a different between the pictures and the story. the report a plane overshot the runway may be true but the picture may not……… RELAX!!! of course everybody seems relax and the picture may be taken during a crash drill either in KLIA or KK itself. As most of the highrise building should have a fire drill at least once a year…. so do airlines…. it’s call a CRASH DRILL… whether it is full emergency or otherwise within the MAB and FIAA regulations………….

    Comment by pekanrider | Monday, October 6, 2008 | Reply

  64. hem….. b4 i forgot… last year’s air asia crash drill in KLIA was during the raining days……. it was not a full emergency….. as full emergency it requires lots of rescuer and medical reponder………………………….

    Comment by pekanrider | Monday, October 6, 2008 | Reply

  65. YOU BUY YOUR LICENSE?!!! Apa pande peng tgh2 jalan? pande x bk belon?

    Comment by loosaa!!! | Friday, October 10, 2008 | Reply

  66. Safety check this!!

    Comment by Wan | Wednesday, October 15, 2008 | Reply

  67. i know the woman with the rain coat at 1st pic. shes the operation officer in Kota Kinabalu Terminal 2 (Air Asia) now. May be, this is true.

    Comment by Alanghani | Wednesday, December 24, 2008 | Reply

  68. bengap btul comment no 1 ni.. Kapal terbang air asia memang ada terbabas di kota kinabalu tahun 2004. Aku sendiri tengok Kapal terbang ni. Memang Air Asia ada model kapal terbang ni tapi sekarang dah tak da sebab air asia dah tukar Airbus semuanya…

    Comment by noname | Wednesday, December 31, 2008 | Reply


    Comment by CHRIS | Wednesday, January 7, 2009 | Reply

  70. Just go on spreading rumours around……. If anyone out there don’t have the confidence on Airasia in this case, don’t fly with it……. hahahahaha

    Comment by pekanrider | Friday, January 9, 2009 | Reply

  71. I can see a lot of AA’s PR staff trying to cover up for their company here. The pictures are real, please read news report from The Star with similar picture.

    Stupid AA’s staff don’t ever denied again.

    Comment by natio | Wednesday, February 25, 2009 | Reply

  72. It’s a true images happend in KOTA KINABALU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, air asia never cover up this story, it was on front page of DAILY EXPRESS- sabah local news paper several years ago, the plane skidded from the track due to heavy rain and broke the front landing gear, as far as i no one died in this incident.

    Comment by nico | Saturday, May 2, 2009 | Reply

  73. meowwww….meowwww

    Comment by miauu | Friday, May 15, 2009 | Reply


    Comment by Blair | Monday, May 18, 2009 | Reply

  75. i was little much feared to see this images. i will pray my god before stepping in to the air asia plane.

    with regards,

    Comment by anithakalathi | Tuesday, May 19, 2009 | Reply

  76. There was an incident atnd it was not covered up. It was reported in the medias let it be TV or paper (FYI I work with Utusan). A plane belongigng to Air Asia did skid off the runway and as a result it broke the front landing gear. This happened in either Kota Kinabalu or Kuching 2 years back.

    Comment by Maman | Thursday, May 21, 2009 | Reply

  77. This picture is authentic. It is not a doctored .
    This aircraft bore the caricutures of Lat the famous cartoonist on both the port and starboard sides of the aircraft and signed by Lat himself. It is suppose to show th world the scenes of our Malaysian life.

    Comment by streetfighter | Wednesday, May 27, 2009 | Reply

  78. Dear viewers, I’ve seen all the planes that belong to Air Asia. However, the problem is, they are all Airbus. Before AirAsia bought these Airbuses, what flights they’re using? I’ve been flying and traveling with AirAsia since 2004 until today (2009), I’ve seen this plane before somewhere in KLIA, and I’ve heard about the news that a plane slipped from the runway while approaching land due to bad weather. I watched the news. But, there’s nothing to be worried of. Air crash could happened everywhere even to the best airlines in the world. I watch Air crash investigation everyday. Nobody wants misfortune, it is just, there will be a day that something or little thing goes wrong that results to accident.

    Comment by Detelley | Thursday, June 4, 2009 | Reply

  79. ok… let me explain 1st… actually in aviation world, anything can happen… but, we as technical crew from eng. department will make sure all the aircraft safe to fly… thats why u pay more to fly… the money u pay is for the ppl who sign and declared that the airplane is safe to fly.. then, we dont have to worry to fly… then, there were many minor accident was not covered in media even involved the 5-star airliner, that will bring down the name of company… but, every accident will be investigated thoroughly by the NTSB not by the airliner itself, thats why to get to know who are the one make mistake takes 4-5 years. so, dont worry… in aviation world, theres no bribe and corruption. then, i can tell u that air transport is the safest way to go…
    enjoy ur flight…

    Comment by lutfi | Sunday, June 14, 2009 | Reply

  80. This pics and incident is absolutely real, AA plane was slipped from runway. Fortunately nobody die or serious injure. But said tat AA covered up the news is not true, tis news was published on media, juz that AA was not tat popular tat time, u all might b ignore the news…

    AA doing quite well recent yrs, actually tis company is applying the strategy as US and other western countries’ company did – low cost carrier. However many suspected tis company cut it’s cost until ignored the plane basic safety requirement, I quite object those ppl who claimed tis.

    Comment by no name | Thursday, June 18, 2009 | Reply

    • This is a true incident. Not an crash, but the aircraft lalnded and skidded off the runway.

      Air Asia did not cover this up. Not a total blackout, but the story diminished. An airplane that skidded off a runway is BIG news, but this got so little publicity. I wonder why…

      Their “engineers”/ground staff tried to tow the aircraft that was bogged down using “home brew” methods (Read: Bantai ajeee.) Which actually bent the aircraft from the nose till the foward doors. (Read: ‘Chasis’ sudah koyak) THEN, they called MAS for help as they do not have the skills to move the aircraft, the correct way. Go figure…

      Air Asia HAD used Boeing 737s. Now they are using Airbuses.

      Comment by What! | Friday, October 2, 2009 | Reply

  81. Stop being such a pussy.
    Shit happens all the time.
    If your time is up, it’s up.
    No matter what safety measurement they improvised, when its time for you to die, you die.
    Anyways this crash is nothing compared to those major ones.

    Comment by No one | Monday, June 29, 2009 | Reply

    • To “No One”,

      Brave words. Brave words indeed. Maybe shits do actually happen to you quite a number of times.

      Pity there’s someone like you on this planet. What a waste.

      Comment by Firestorm | Tuesday, October 27, 2009 | Reply

  82. The incident are so true! FYI, Air Asia could not lift up the plane so they have to asked for MAS to pull the plane..and I am one of the people who were at the scene & worked under MAS (Traffic Cargo). MAS take over coz have to make ways for other plane to arrived.

    Comment by Mars | Friday, July 17, 2009 | Reply

  83. this is true accident…my friend in the flight

    Comment by kk | Tuesday, July 28, 2009 | Reply

  84. Alright guys, the ultimate truth is that .. IT’S REAL. Yes. I’ll never repeat this again. End of discussion.

    And seriously everyone (including myself) doesn’t want to experience this kind of mess, right? Look at those images yourself. Even though that aircraft just overran and skidded past the runway limit due to some heavy downpour, doesn’t mean that it’s safe and to repeat it again and again! In fact, it IS dangerous b’cause anything worst could happen in seconds like a chain reaction that could lead to an explosion in the process. Or maybe it could skid all the way and hit some structures that would cause total fatalities? Please guys, stop making fun and saying statement that’s considered just plain blank! Any form of aircraft accident is of high risk and not too funny.

    AirAsia, if you’re reading this, please I sincerely suggest you STRONGLY improve the safety of your flights in the future. You wouldn’t want to be like some pity low-quality, low-cost airlines like in Europe and all, am I right? Sure you want to get profit. BUT PLEASE DO NOT COVER THE TRUTH OF ANY INCIDENT. This isn’t some fascist or communist country! Suppression of information’s ridiculous!

    (Just a notice for Malaysians: Well, let us not use any form of harsh words like “son of a B****” or “S****”, even though it looks okay when censored. We’re Malaysians. Take note.)

    Comment by Firestorm | Tuesday, October 27, 2009 | Reply

  85. To “No One”,

    Brave words. Brave words indeed. Maybe shits do actually happen to you quite a number of times.

    Pity there’s someone like you on this planet. What a waste.

    Comment by Firestorm | Tuesday, October 27, 2009 | Reply

  86. franks is a ball polisher……

    Comment by falcon | Sunday, November 15, 2009 | Reply

  87. Any thoughts about the significant neglect on this AirAsia 737-300 – The article also talks about the crash, that was 100% covered up by Malaysia’s press [read govt.]

    Comment by Diddy | Tuesday, December 1, 2009 | Reply

  88. I am a pilot in airasai. This is just a small mistake due to worst condition of weather. Airasia pilots are highly trained. So do fly with airasia. Now everyone can fly. God bless!

    Comment by Jason | Thursday, March 11, 2010 | Reply

  89. Its not even a crash…I am not pro air asia or what.. just remember 1 thing, if it is fate, u will be died anywhere even in ur own home. btw, how abt others plane crash happen last year.. no one commenting on that.. even though full board missing..

    Comment by Rianna | Thursday, March 25, 2010 | Reply

  90. Whatever all the comments you guys are saying about this picture, let me sum it up. I was the one who did the flight testing of this aircraft after being repaired for the mishaps. I was also the TRI/TRE for the Captains who flew this mishaped aircraft. What ever the finding on this mishaps I don’t really wanna know because the I was the first person the Captain contacted after the mishaps explaining to me on what happen. SO STOP MAKING STUPID ASSUMPTIONS, ACCUSATIONS, BECAUSE YOU GUYS WHO MADE THE NEGATIVE REMARKS ARE NOT THE EXPERTS NOR THE AUTHORITIES!

    Comment by Razlah | Sunday, March 28, 2010 | Reply


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    Comment by Airasia | Wednesday, May 19, 2010 | Reply

  92. I flew with this aircraft to Bangkok and it is real! The aircraft is nw HS-AAU with Thai AirAsia

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