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Malaysia Airports

Malaysia Airports And Capital A Confirm The Discontinuation Of Legal Proceedings To Build A Stronger Platform For Malaysian Tourism And Travel Industry

SEPANG - Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), its subsidiary Malaysia Airports (Sepang) Sdn Bhd and Capital A Berhad (formerly known as AirAsia Group Berhad), the holding company of AirAsia Aviation Group Limited, have announced the discontinuance of legal proceedings between all parties.

Malaysia Airports Laksanakan Ibadah Korban Di Masjid Sultan Abdul Samad KLIA

SEPANG – Bersempena sambutan Hari Raya Aidiladha, Malaysia Airports bersama komuniti Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa KL (KLIA) telah menyempurnakan ibadah korban baru-baru ini dengan menyumbang sebanyak 6 ekor lembu. 4 ekor daripadanya merupakan sumbangan daripada pihak pengurusan ibadah korban Masjid Sultan Abdul Samad KLIA, iaitu sebuah masjid di bawah pentadbiran Malaysia Airports. Manakala, selebihnya  sumbangan daripada komuniti KLIA.

Malaysia Airports Group Well-Positioned For 2022

Financial Discipline and Strong Traffic Momentum in 2021 Generates Positive Outlook for 2022

SEPANG – The Malaysia Airports Group has reported EBITDA of RM220.3 million for its financial year ended 31 December 2021 (FY21), a significant improvement compared to the negative RM1.2 million recorded over the same period last year (FY20). The significant improvement in Group EBITDA was largely due to financial discipline with core operating costs reducing by a further 11.2% or RM172.3 million in FY21 on top of the 26% or RM575.5 million reduction achieved in FY20. 

More Than 1,000 Flood Victims And Families Around Sepang Receive Food Aid, Basic Necessities And Temporary Shelter

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports is helping more than 1,000 flood victims and their families around Sepang with food aid and basic necessities under the #MYAirportCARES initiative. These include the community who are seeking refuge at the Masjid Sultan Abdul Samad KLIA because the road access to their homes have been temporarily cut off. These families have been provided with packed meals, dry and instant food, baby care and hygiene kits to help address some of their basic needs.

Malaysia Airports Procurement Process Is Iso 37001:2016 Certified For Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS)

SEPANG- Malaysia Airports is committed in ensuring that the organisation upholds integrity to the highest level. One of the areas that this is practised strictly is in its procurement process which has achieved ISO 37001:2016 certification for its Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS). Malaysia Airports is among the first 50 establishments that have obtained this certification and it takes pride in joining the ranks of this group of multinational and government-linked companies that strongly believe in ensuring a corruption-free workplace. 

19 More Airports Nationwide Installed With Latest Safety Equipments

Installation of the latest thermal scanners and additional sneeze guards at 19 airports to keep airports safe

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports continues its efforts in keeping airport guests safe from the spread of COVID-19 by installing the latest thermal scanners and additional sneeze guards at 19 more airports nationwide. Visitors to the airports can be rest assured that they will have a safe airport experience as the airport operator continually implements various contactless and physical distancing solutions at critical checkpoints throughout the terminals.

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.

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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