He said this was conveyed to him by French President Nicholas Sarkozy during their meeting at Elysee Palace in Paris on Wednesday.
“The details will be worked out by the officials later,” he told Malaysian journalists before flying home later Wednesday night.
The French leader had given his approval for the budget airline to land at Orly Airport, southern Paris, barely 24 hours after Najib had raised the matter with French Prime Minister Francois Fillon.
Najib had noted in that meeting that AirAsia was the Airbus A320’s biggest customer in the world.
Source : STAR
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