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3 New Airlines And Multiple New Destinations Introduced In 3Q23 Boost Continued Travel Recovery

SEPANG - The introduction of three new airlines and multiple new routes by existing partner airlines across the Malaysia Airports Group’s network of airports in Malaysia have boosted the continued recovery of air travel for 3Q23. Malaysia operations welcomed Salam Air, Super Air Jet and Sichuan Airlines at KL International Airport (KUL) while existing partner airlines added 12 new destinations and resumed 7 routes on top of their current services.


SEPANG – Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) had earlier announced an encouraging recovery momentum in its passenger movements at its network of airports especially the main gateway KL International Airport (KLIA). For first quarter of 2023, domestic passenger movements have reached 81.2% of 2019 level. Meanwhile, international passenger movements were at 78.4% of 2019. MAHB expects the positive momentum to continue in 2023 and 2024.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad Records 89% Higher Revenues As Traffic Continues To Recover Post-Pandemic

SEPANG – The Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad Group (the Group) today reported its financial results for the period ending 30 September 2022 (9M22), reporting Earnings Before Interest Taxes, Depreciation and Amortisation (EBITDA) of RM860.0 million on the back of RM2.12 billion revenues, or 89.4% higher compared to the revenues for the same period last year (9M21).

52% Increase In International Traffic In March Prior To Border Reopening

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports’ network of airports nationwide had recorded 52% increase in international traffic in March compared to the preceding month. The increase recorded by the 420,000 international passenger movements was due to the implementation of various Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) programmes between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, Bangkok, Phuket and Phnom Penh as well as between Penang and Singapore. 

Monthly Passenger Movements In Malaysia Passes 2 Million Mark For The First Time Since The Onset Of The Pandemic

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports’ network of airports in Malaysia recorded a total of 2.3 million passenger movements in November 2021, passing the 2 million mark for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in April last year. The 77% increase from the 1.3 million recorded in October was mainly contributed by domestic passenger movements which continued to improve since the easing of interstate travel restrictions. Airports in Malaysia recorded a total of 2.15 million domestic passengers last month, an 82% increase from 1.18 million passengers in the preceding month.

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