So, is it any wonder they keep crashing?
Speaking of news, why is it that every time that AirAsia comes to grief, no Malaysian newspapers cover the accidents? Why do we always have to find out from bloggers, not Malaysian journalists? The last couple haven't cracked a mention. Are they reported?
This is indicative of AirAsia's overall lack of attention to detail when it comes to maintenance. Rest assured, we do not use any digital retouching of any of our photographs; indeed, more often that not, we collect them from various blogs across the Internet.
Is anyone going to die because of a bit of chipped paintwork? No. Our concern is the same lax attitudes go deep beneath the skin of the AirAsia aircraft. In the case of the video up above, those were not simply 'cosmetic' faults. Nor had these issues been remedied. Keep in mind, the photos were taken on an aircraft in mid-flight.