SEPANG – Safety remains a top priority for Malaysia Airports with the replacement of 17 aging fire vehicles, which are reaching their maximum lifespan, at 13 airports nationwide. The new fire vehicles are to serve the Airport Fire and Rescue Service (AFRS) and will be delivered in four phases by year 2023. This replacement exercise of fire vehicles is in accordance with the safety compliance guidelines by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in operating an airport.
Private Health Safety Screening Services At KUL Will Help Restore Passenger Confidence In Air Travel
SEPANG - KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL) is looking to upgrade its offerings by providing private health safety screening services for passengers to enjoy faster clearance upon arrival at the airport. This move is expected to enhance passenger experience as passengers can undergo the test and wait for their results in comfortable surroundings. This service is also expected to restore passenger confidence in air travel and aid in its gradual recovery.
Sepang – Airport safety measures continue to meet global standards as validated by the British Standards Institution (BSI) recently. BSI has certified our airport safety measures with the latest ISO45001:2018 and this serves as a further testament to the heightened emphasis Malaysia Airports has placed on passenger and airport community safety since the onset of COVID-19.
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.