SUBANG - Subang Airport (SZB) will be upgraded with 1,000 car park bays that are to bigger, brighter and safer, for the convenience and safety of the passengers and airport community. The project that is expected to complete by 3Q this year includes adding 200 extra parking bays to the current 800 available bays, improving lightings with heavy duty spotlights and enhancing directional signage for easy navigation. More importantly, we will be installing the latest state-of-the-art video surveillance cameras (CCTV) to ensure the continued safety of users.
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Stakeholders Display Highest Level Of Commitment To Protect National Asset During LTSAAS Helang Merah Exercise
Subang- Malaysia Airports successfully concluded the Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (LTSAAS) Helang Merah Emergency Exercise that was carried out virtually with the participation of over 200 personnel from more than 66 government and private agencies. The tabletop exercise that comprised players, observers, evaluators and as well as coordinators aimed to test LTSAAS’ readiness in responding to an emergency according to the set Aerodrome Emergency Plan (AEP).
Bringing Innovation And Technology Leadership To LTSAAS Through Collaboration With Teknopark Istanbul
SEPANG – Malaysia Airports sets out to bring innovation and technology leadership to Subang Aerotech Park with its latest collaboration with Teknopark Istanbul (TI), a world-class centre for technology excellence in Turkey. This is another step in fulfilling Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (LTSAAS)’s aspiration to be a preferred aerospace and business aviation hub in Asia Pacific. The collaboration will focus on aerospace and new generation technology sectors such as robotics, data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
A Comprehensive And Strategic Long-Term Plan To Develop Ltsaas (Subang Airport) Into A Preferred Aerospace And Business Aviation Hub In APAC
SUBANG – Malaysia Airports had submitted a comprehensive strategic plan for the long-term development of Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (LTSAAS) to the Government. The plan which has been verified through extensive benchmarking and stakeholder engagements, and further validated by independent parties is premised on three focus areas, namely Aerospace Ecosystem, Business Aviation and Urban Community Airport. It is meant to propel LTSAAS into becoming the preferred aerospace and business aviation hub in Asia Pacific in the next 5 years.
Malaysia Airports Harap LTSAAS Subang Kekal Sebagai Pusat Penerbangan Dan Aeroangkasa Selaras Perancangan “Subang Airport Regeneration”
SEPANG – Berikut merupakan kenyataan daripada Pengerusi Malaysia Airports, Dato’ Seri Diraja Dr Zambry Abd Kadir berhubung cadangan pengambilalihan isu Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah, Subang (LTSAAS Subang) susulan daripada mesyuarat ahli lembaga pengarah yang telah dijalankan pada hari ini.
Response To The Malay Mail Article “Airport Authority ‘Negligent’, Vincent Tan Says After Runway Crash
SEPANG- In reference to the statement made by Tan Sri Vincent Tan in the Malay Mail on the Subang runway accident, we wish to reiterate that investigations are currently still ongoing by the Air Accident Investigation Bureau under the Ministry of Transport as well as the Royal Malaysia Police. Any conclusions at this stage is premature and we urge the media and public to refrain from making any speculation until the investigations are fully completed by the authorities.
SEPANG- Malaysia Airports with a heavy heart wish to inform that our staff who was involved in the accident at the runway of Subang Airporthad passed away this evening. After two days of intensive medical care, the victim, Mohd Ruzaimi Iskandar bin Ahmad Razali, 39 passed away at 6.45pm today leaving behind a wife, Nor Azawiah binti Md Usuf and four kids age from 1 to 13 years old.
SEPANG- Malaysia Airports with a heavy heart wish to inform that our staff who was involved in the accident at the runway of Subang Airporthad passed away this evening. After two days of intensive medical care, the victim, Mohd Ruzaimi Iskandar bin Ahmad Razali, 39 passed away at 6.45pm today leaving behind a wife, Nor Azawiah binti Md Usuf and fourkids age from 1 to 13 years old.
Malaysia Airports Giving Full Cooperation To The Authorities In Carrying Out Full Investigation On Subang Airport Accident
SEPANG- Malaysia Airports is giving full cooperation to the authorities as they carry out a full investigation following to the recent runway accident at The Subang Airport. We are working closely with Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia (CAAM) and Air Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) under Ministry of Transport (MOT) on the investigation. In the best interest of all parties, especially the victim’s family during these distressing times, we urge all media and the public not to speculate on the matter further.