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Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Wed, 19 May 2021

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MAHB

Malaysia Airports Appoints Dato’ Azmi Murad As Chief Operating Officer

Sepang - Malaysia Airports is pleased to announce the appointment of Dato’ Azmi Murad as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) effective from 1 October 2020. The position had been left vacant since January 2020 when Dato’ Mohd Shukrie assumed the mantle of Acting Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO)and subsequently, Group CEO of Malaysia Airports.

Elevating Bumiputera Entrepreneurship Through Opportunities At The Airport

Malaysia Airports is committed in providing platforms to develop bumiputera capabilities in marketing their products.

KUALA LUMPUR – As a government-linked company (GLC) responsible for managing the nation's major gateways, Malaysia Airports has made it a key strategy to elevate bumiputera entrepreneurship by creating opportunities for them to develop and market their products at its network of airports.

Malaysia Airports Thanks Tan Sri Datuk Zainun Ali As She Resigns As The Group’s Chairman And Welcomes Dato’ Seri Diraja Dr Zambry Abd Kadir As The New Chairman

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) wishes to announce that YBhg Tan Sri Datuk Zainun Ali has resigned from her position as Non-Independent Non-Executive Chairman of MAHB after the close of Bursa Malaysia’s trading hours today (11 August 2020).

MALAYSIA AIRPORTS WORKS TO IMPROVE BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANS

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)

Malaysia Airports Strengthens Procurement Governance Through E-Market Place Platform Lapasar

Malaysia Airports Continues To Embrace Best Practices To Upkeep Transparency Of Business Processes

SEPANG– Malaysia Airports is strengthening its procurement governance by digitalising its processes on Lapasar, an e-market place platform. The implementation of an e-catalogue system through Lapasar is part of the organisation’s procurement transformation exercise in line with achieving its digital journey Airports 4.0. Through Lapasar, staff can make purchases online and manual documentations will be eliminated completely.

Cabinet Approval To Extend Operating Agreements Strengthens Malaysia Airports Commitment To Develop Malaysia As An Aviation Hub

SEPANG– Malaysia Airports is heartened by the confidence shown by the government of Malaysia in extending the tenure of the operating agreements (OA) for the airport operator to operate, manage and maintain airports in Malaysia until 11 February 2069.

Earlier this morning, the Ministry of Transport had announced that the cabinet had approved the OA extension, replacing the previous two OAs signed on 12 February 2009 with four new OAs i.e. OA for KLIA, OA for Designated Airports in Peninsula Malaysia, OA for Sarawak Airports and OA for Sabah Airports.

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