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Malaysia Airports Appoints Dato’ Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh As Group Chief Executive Officer

SEPANG – The Board of Directors of Malaysia Airports is pleased to announce the appointment of Dato’ Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh as its new Group Chief Executive Office (CEO) effective from 2 March 2020.

Dato’ Mohd Shukrie first joined Malaysia Airports in May 2019 as the Chief Operating Officer. Subsequent to this, he was appointed as the Acting Group CEO in January 2020.

YM Raja Azmi Raja Nazuddin Leaves MAHB To Pursue Other Opportunities

SEPANG – The Board wishes to announce that YM Raja Azmi bin Raja Nazuddin has decided to leave MAHB as its Group Chief Executive Officer to pursue other opportunities with effect from today.  

YM Raja Azmi joined MAHB on 1 February 2016 as Chief Financial Officer before he was promoted to the position of Group Chief Executive Officer on 4 January 2019.  He has contributed significantly to MAHB during his tenure.  

The Board would like to thank YM Raja Azmi for his services and would like to wish him well in his future endeavours.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad Registers Revenue Of Rm3,868.7 Million On The Back Of A 5.1% Increase In Group Passenger Traffic In 9m19

9M19 Key Highlights

• Revenue stood at RM3,868.7 million, 7.5% higher than 9M18

• Core EBITDA for the Group increased by 8.2% to RM1,816.9 million

• Core net earnings grew 22.7% to RM507.5 million

• Passenger traffic for the Group’s network of airports grew by 5.1% to 104.6 million passengers

• Memorandum of Business Collaboration signed with Pos Aviation to facilitate airside transfer for passengers

• Strategic Partnership with Malaysia Airlines to promote Langkawi as a hub


Operations at KLIA Main Terminal has normalised over the last two weeks

SEPANG- We would like to announce that operations at the Main terminal of KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL) has normalised since 2 September when the operational response teams stood down. However, our IT teams are continuing to monitor the stability and performance of the network and systems. 

Malaysia Airports Will Abide By The High Court’s Decision Dated 18 July 2019 On The PSC

SEPANG – In its bid to continue conducting matters in accordance to the law, Malaysia Airports will be taking steps to collect the outstanding Passenger Service Charge (PSC) due to it from AirAsia, as decided by the High Court on 18 July 2019. The estimated value to be collected is RM41.5 million comprising the difference in the previous and current PSC for international non-ASEAN passengers as well as the late payment charges.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad Registers Revenue RM1,252.3 Million On The Back Of A 3.7% Increase In Group Passenger Traffic In 1Q19

1Q19 Key Highlights     
•    Revenue stood at RM1,252.3 million, 3.0% higher than 1Q18
•    EBITDA for the Group stood at RM565.8 million with the Group also reporting net earnings of RM149.6 million 
•    Passenger traffic for the Group’s network of airports grew by 3.7% to 33.4 million passengers
•    Partnership Agreements with Bousted Projects Limited and TP Aerospace Malaysia inked at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) 2019
•    Launching of the Langkawi International Tourism Promotional Fund (LITPF)

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