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jay_dee Post time: 2014-3-12 05:06
So much for KL being on the best lists.
They rave about the Petronas Towers but can't keep track of  ...

Actually to be fair only half a dozen countries in the world use the Interpol stolen passport list to check passports with any regularity, those countries include the USA, UK, Australia.  Most countries including the vast majority of the EU don't use it on a regular basis.

This situation may change in light of recent events but that remains to be seen.
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Ratfink Post time: 2014-3-14 01:11
Impossible with large commercial aircraft. The manufacturers keep records of every single serial n ...

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slimpanda Post time: 2014-3-12 05:08
i can tell you that the country does not have radars or its broken...
good source told me years ag ...

What was the source? Oh yeah the back of your cornflakes packet.  What a stupid and pathetic load of old crud.

Your ignorance of Air Traffic Control and how it is implemented is astounding, however your racism is patently obvious for all to see.

Only 1/3rd of Borneo or less is under Malaysian control, the rest is Indonesian Airspace.  Kota Kinabalu is a the second most busy international airport in Malaysia with over 67,000 movements per year.  The entire Malaysian Borneo region has 12 ATC control towers each with radar that is fully operational.  

The Radar system meets ICAO guidelines as does Air Traffic Control.  Indeed Air Traffic Controllers are fully trained to ICAO standards and that means they are trained to the accepted international standards and can work in virtually any country.  

Having areas of no radar coverage is quite normal and acceptable practice as tracking an aircraft's location is done in a number of alternative methods including satellite based (GPS transponders), Radio via an area controller and ADS-B  (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) which is already active in the region though not all carriers are using it as yet, however all MAS 777's are as far as I am aware fitted with it as are most of their fleet. The ADS-B system is due to be fully phased in by 2020 globally. The lowest take up levels so far are in the USA where airlines are often slow to implement the latest technology and have in comparison to Asian Airlines far older aircraft.

Sources: various printed documents.

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Ratfink Post time: 2014-3-14 11:57
What was the source? Oh yeah the back of your cornflakes packet.  What a stupid and pathetic load o ...

id.iot~
if i got this in written paper...i'm already dead~
mor.on~

my source is in the military~ ranking lieutenant commander~ high rank enuf? mor.on~
u dont even know a single sh1t in this Banglasia~
900++ tanks = only 10% is combat worthy~
all military aircraft is not combat worthy = only can fly~ those MiGs bought yrs ago...already rusted~!
submarines got not guns and missiles~

have u been to the Banglasia naval combat boats? u can get any sailors to tell u...if the know u well enuf...that their canon on the ship were blown off, when testing fire~

if u dont know sh1t~ so shut the fc.k up~
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Ratfink Post time: 2014-3-14 11:57
What was the source? Oh yeah the back of your cornflakes packet.  What a stupid and pathetic load o ...

everyone can write anything on paper~ its intel~ nothing is true~
no country on Earth will tell anyone their true power...even in US~

MO.RON~!


u even can ask any Singaporean soldiers~
every military combat exercise with the Banglasia~ Singapore can easily topple them~ Easily~!

u dont even know this:
Singapore tool only 30 minutes for their fleets to reach Malacca port in the combat~ destroyed all Banglasia fleets in the progress...

in this military game...Singapore only took 30 minutes finish off Banglasia~
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This post was edited by Ratfink at 2014-3-15 16:36
slimpanda Post time: 2014-3-15 07:05
everyone can write anything on paper~ its intel~ nothing is true~
no country on Earth will tell an ...

Military radar has nothing to do with civilian air traffic control but I guess you are confused and unable to differentiate fact from fiction.

The rest of your drivel isn't worthy of a reply.

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Ratfink Post time: 2014-3-15 09:42
Military radar has nothing to do with civilian air traffic control, but what would you know about  ...

then ur the one who doesnt know anything...military radar can detect all crafts...be it civilian or military...how dum.b u can be?

and soldiers have contact with aviation as well as customs...so the national defence knows every craft that comes in and go out~ MO.RON wit capital letter suits u well~

then u know sh1t about Singapore capabilities~ so u better shut the f.ck up in this affairs~


u failed~!
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