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Airport Maintenance Team On High Alert During Inter-Monsoon Season

SEPANG – Since the start of the inter-monsoon season, the area within the vicinity of KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL) has been experiencing very heavy rains. Yesterday on 7 October 2019, we had experienced extreme weather condition causing several areas in and around KUL to take a hit including damage to the roof of the Airport Management Centre (AMC), flash flood around the perimeter road near Runway 2, fallen trees along the terminal roads and leakage to the roof of Flying Emporium, an outlet at the KUL Main Terminal domestic departure.

KLIA And Langkawi International Retain Positions As The World’s Best Airports In Q3 2022 Global Airport Survey

SEPANG – KL International Airport (KLIA) and Langkawi International Airport (LGK retained their positions as the world’s best airports by achieving perfect scores of 5.00 respectively in the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) survey for Q3 2022. Both airports had attained the same top spot in Q2 2022. For Q3, KLIA shared the achievement in the over 40 million passengers per annum (mppa) category alongside eight other airports. Meanwhile, LGK was the only airport in its category of 2–5 mppa to score full points in the survey.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making To Increase Operational Efficiency At KLIA

SEPANG – KL International Airport (KLIA) will be implementing Airport Collaborative Decision-Making (A-CDM) integrated system to increase operational efficiency its KLIA eco-system. The new initiative will see a collaboration between seven stakeholders at the airport including Civil Authority of Malaysia (CAAM), Malaysia Airlines (MH), AirAsia (AK), Batik Air (ID), Aerodarat, Pos Aviation and Ground Team Red (GTR).

Latest Global Airport Survey Places KLIA At No.1 In The World For Q421

SEPANG – KL International Airport (KLIA) has been placed at world's number 1 spot in the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) survey for Q4 2021. This placement is achieved alongside 9 other international airports in the same category of over 40 million passengers per annum (mppa) that had all received a perfect score of 5.00 in the global survey. The results were recently made known by Airports Council International (ACI) who is responsible for benchmarking the world’s best airports in terms of overall passenger satisfaction for terminal safety, facilities, services, and cleanliness.

Terengganu Airport Equipped With Water Pump To Mitigate Flood Risk

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports has geared up readiness and safety at all its airports in facing the annual monsoon season by equipping its airports with flood mitigation measures. Sultan Mahmud Airport, Kuala Terengganu (IATA Code: TGG) recently completed the installation of portable submersible water pump and generator to flow any excess water into the sea. This was done with the help of Jabatan Pengairan dan Saliran (JPS) Terengganu and it complements two existing pump houses already available at TGG. 

Accident On The Runway Of Subang Airport

SUBANG- This morning at approximately 3.20am, an accident had happened on the Runway of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport Subang involving a private aircraft and an airport engineering vehicle. We are saddened to inform that our staff who was the driver of the vehicle was critically injured. The staff is currently undergoing surgery and we are ensuring that he receives the best medical care, as we pray for his recovery. 

Malaysia Airports Helps MASKargo Tackle Rodent Infestation At Their Warehouse Building In Kuching International Airport

KUCHING– We are deeply concerned about the rodent infestation reported to be plaguing the MASkargo warehouse at Kuching International Airport (KIA). As the premises landlord, we have taken immediate measures by engaging our pest control team to work closely with MASkargo who has been occupying the building since 1984. We have set up rodent traps as a quick fix while we work on a long-term plan with them.

Malaysia Airports’ Efforts In Attracting Foreign Airlines And Boosting Inbound Tourism To Langkawi Win Award At Routes Asia 2019

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports’ significant contribution to the growth of both the tourism and aviation industries was further heightened when Langkawi International Airport (IATA Code: LGK) received the Highly Commended recognition in the ‘Under 4 million passengers’ category at the prestigious Routes Asia 2019 Marketing Awards that was recently held in Cebu, Philippines.

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