Company Announcement

 
 
klia2 Interior Design video (click here to watch)
 

Site Selection of klia2

The present site for klia2 was selected based on the recommendation in the National Airport Master Plan (NAMP) (2008) after a detailed and comprehensive study involving all stakeholders including Ministry of Transport, Department of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Home Affairs and all airlines. The original KLIA Master Plan was reviewed so as to take into account the latest development in the aviation industry such as growth of low fare airlines and their specific requirements, rationalisation of routes, liberalisation of air service agreements and aviation security requirements. Major issues such as location, soil condition, airside/landside connectivity and existing infrastructure were also taken into consideration in the study.
 
This NAMP has superseded the original KLIA Master Plan (1992).

December/14/2011
 

Malaysia Airports’ Brief Comments On Issues Raised by AirAsia

Malaysia Airports wishes to provide a brief clarification on some of the issues raised by our partner at its Press Conference held earlier today.

December/6/2011 [more]
 

Malaysia Airports’ Initial Response to AirAsia’s Press Release Dated 5th Dec

We refer to AirAsia’s press release dated 5th December 2011. We have taken note of the contents of the release and the attached correspondences. For purpose of completeness, we wish to attach just two (2) letters at this stage that have not been included in the correspondences. We also wish to highlight that so far a total of forty-seven (47) meetings have been held between Malaysia Airports and AirAsia since April 2010 until now to discuss and address all of AirAsia’s requirements. A workshop with all stakeholders including AirAsia was also held in September 2009 where the Needs Statement for klia2 was formulated. The full agreed Minutes of these meetings will better reflect the detailed discussions held between both Malaysia Airports and AirAsia on the development of klia2. December/5/2011

 
Letter to Chairman AirAsiaX on klia2 Completion 10 October 2011
December/5/2011 [view]
 
Letter from CEO AirAsia on BHS 16 June 2011
December/5/2011 [view]
 
MALAYSIA AIRPORTS’ POSITION ON ADDRESSING ISSUES WITH ITS PARTNERS

December 5, 2011 - SEPANG –  It has always been Malaysia Airports' view that in dealing with our partners, issues raised by either party are best resolved through proper consultation. However, from time to time, we are duty bound to make clarifications so that the public receive accurate information and a balanced perspective.

Over the past few weeks, there have been many issues raised in the media concerning Malaysia Airports. We have therefore made available the relevant clarifications through the media and on our website for reference. We wish to continue working closely with all our partners to address any issues that may arise and will do so through a proper working forum as we believe this is the best and most objective way to do so.
 
Malaysia Airports believes that any disagreements in public are neither good for the image nor in the best interest of the country.

We wish to categorically state that we have played our role to support the development of air travel in Malaysia and will continue to do so for the future.

December/5/2011

 
 
Airport tax review doesn't affect domestic passengers
December/5/2011 [more]
 
WHY KLIA2 HAS TO BE BIGGER?

We have received many questions and comments on the size and facilities provided at klia2. There seems to be some misunderstanding and misconception on why we are building klia2 as a terminal for 45 million passengers with all the facilities that it is equipped with. We would like to share the information attached, to provide clarity on the matter for all concerned public and stakeholders.

December/2/2011

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Tapak projek KLIA2 jawab segala-galanya
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Many Have Wrong Picture Of MAHB, Says Its Chairman
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Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad announced its Financial
Results for the Financial Quarter ended 30 September 2011
October/25/2011 [more]
 
Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad announced its Financial Results for the Financial Quarter ended 30 June 2011
July/28/2011 [more]
 

 

 

Voices Of Support

 

  Dear Tan Sri, I fully support your plan to increase the airport tax. I think we are still very cheap as compared to other airport. And with raising cost it is only right that you increase
Dec/03/2011 [more]

 

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SEPANG – Malaysia Airports launched its inaugural “Green Day” programme, a two-pronged employee engagement programme which aims to stimulate environmental awareness and also to enhance camaraderie among its
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