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Old September 26th, 2005, 01:53 PM   #381
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ERL targets SIA, Emirates for city check-in
By Jimmy Yeow in Copenhagen, 26 Sep 2005 2:18 PM


Express Rail Link Bhd (ERL), which operates the express and transit train services between KL Sentral and Kuala Lumpur International Airport, is wooing Singapore Airlines and Emirates to set up a city check-in facility to boost its ridership.

ERL chief executive Dr Aminuddin Adnan said responses from the two airlines were expected within the next few months.

Speaking to Malaysian reporters on Sunday at the World Route Development Forum in Copenhagen, he said ERL was also targeting other airlines to have their check-in facility at KL Sentral.

Currently daily, some 1,000 passengers of three airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Royal Brunei Airlines, are using the city check-in facility.

“If Singapore Airlines comes in, then there is a potential for at least 500 additional passengers daily,” he said.

He said apart from getting airlines to set up a city check-in facility at the railway station, ERL would be offering discounts to travellers using the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore shuttle service starting October.

“We will be running a few campaigns during the festive seasons up to next year’s Formula 1 race in Sepang,” he said.

He said ERL had seen a 10% increase in ridership for its KL Ekspres service and 40% for the KL Transit up to August this year mainly due to new airlines operating at KLIA and also its various promotions.

ERL carries 13,000 passengers daily comprising 6,000 on KL Ekspres and another 7,000 who used its KLIA Transit.

“The recent increase in ridership was due to our efforts in wooing Arab tourists to use the KL Ekspres services at the recent Arab Travel Fair and also the promotions for the KL Transit at Putrajaya.”

“In addition, we ran several major advertisement promotions during the period,” he said.
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Malaysia Airports To Host World Route Development Forum 2008
Updated : 27-09-2005
Media : Bernama


KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 27 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airports edged three other rivals Singapore, Bangkok and Beijing Airports to win the bid as host for World Route Development Forum 2008, the world's premier airport-airline networking event.

Malaysia will be the first Asian country to host this event, a traditional annual bastion of Europe.

For this year, the forum was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from Sept 25 to 27 where 600 airports and 300 airlines from around the world participated in the three-day event.

A signing ceremony for the hosting of this major event between Malaysia Airports and Routes, the event organiser, was signed at the Malaysia Airports booth at the World Routes in Copenhagen today.

Malaysia Airports was represented by managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad while Routes' managing director Mike Howarth signed on behalf of the company.

The signing was witnessed by Malaysian Ambassador to Sweden, Jasmi Md Yusoff, and Routes' chairman Michael Woodward.

'We are very pleased to have achieved the rights to host this world event and I believe this will be an excellent platform for Malaysia Airports to fast-track our marketing efforts to attract more new airlines to offer their services to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA),' Bashir said.

'Having had the experience of successfully hosting the spin-off edition of World Routes -- the New Route Asia for three straight years certainly played a part in this bid apart from our joint efforts with our partners to make a comprehensive and sterling presentation,' he added.

For this bid, Malaysia Airports worked closely with the Transport Ministry, Malaysia Tourism Board, Malaysia Airlines, Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd and Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Malaysia Airports manages and operates 39 airports in Malaysia, comprising five international, 16 domestic and 18 short take-off and landing ports.
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Malaysia Airports readies for record turnout
Updated : 27-09-2005
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Story By : B.K. SIDHU IN COPENHAGEN


THE encouraging turnout at the 11th Routes World Development Forum at Copenhagen has prompted the organisers to revise their estimate to 2,000 delegates when the event takes place in Malaysia in 2008.

'This is a year of records, but by the time it reaches Malaysia we should have 2,000 delegates,' Routes managing director Mike Howarth said.

This year, 1,700 delegates from 120 countries clocked in at Routes 2005, representing a 33% increase from last year. The number of airlines attending this year's forum also rose by 28% to 300 airlines. Officials from 600 airports were present this year.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) won the bid to host Routes 2008 in Kuala Lumpur over rivals Beijing, Bangkok and Singapore.

Yesterday, an agreement-signing ceremony between MAHB and Routes was held to formalise the bid. MAHB managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad represented MAHB while Routes was represented by Howarth.

Also present were Malaysian Ambassador to Sweden Jasmi Md Yusoff and Routes chairman Michael Woodward.

Bashir said: 'We are very pleased to have achieved the rights to host this world event and I believe this would be an excellent platform for Malaysia Airports to fast track our marketing efforts to attract more new airlines to offer their services to KLIA.

“Having had the experience of successfully hosting the spin-off edition of World Routes ?the new Route Asia for three straight years certainly played a part in this bid apart from our joint efforts with partners to make a comprehensive and sterling presentation.'

For the bid, MAHB worked closely with the Transport Ministry, Malaysia Tourism Board, Malaysia Airlines, KL City Hall, and Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd.

The event goes to Dubai next year, followed by Stockholm and then Kuala Lumpur.

Howarth said an interesting trend emerging at Routes was the growing number of airline officials requesting to meet their counterparts in other airlines.

This year, 3,000 airline-to-airline meetings have been scheduled on top of the 20,000 airport-airline meetings to be held over the three-day event.

Routes has astrategic role in the air transport sector as it provides a platform for airlines and airports to meet at a single place. It is the only forum in the aviation industry that brings the airports and airline route planners together.

Following last year's event, independent research confirmed that 52% of airlines were very or quite likely to establish a new route as a direct result at Routes.

Meanwhile, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), which resumed services to KL International Airport (KLIA) from Karachi this year, plans to double its current frequency from twice weekly to four times by December.

'We want to increase frequency as there are a lot of passengers travelling on that route. We also have the capacity to increase frequencies and we are looking at December to do that,' chairman and CEO Tariq Kirmani said at the Routes Forum..

India's Jet Airways representative, who attended the forum, said the airline was experiencing a 70% load factor for its daily flights from Chennai to KLIA, but he would not say if there were plans to increase frequency for its only flight to Malaysia.

In another development, Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERLSB) will begin offering discounts for shuttle travellers on trips to and from Singapore from next month.

The rail operator is also hoping that the setting up of a low-cost terminal at KLIA would help bring in more tourists and boost ridership of its rail services.

The ridership stands at 13,000 passengers daily and it is a stark increase from 600 when it began operations several years ago. “Offering discounts is part of our bid to capture the shuttle travelers,' ERLSB chief executive officer Dr Aminuddin Adnan said in Copenhagen.
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Old September 27th, 2005, 07:20 AM   #386
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KLIA expansion to be decided later
By Jimmy Yeow in Copenhagen, 27 Sep 2005 10:37 AM


The decision to expand the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) will be decided after the completion of the low cost carrier terminal and its financial restructuring exercise, said Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB).

MAHB managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad said the LCC, which will be completed by the first quarter of next year, would free some five million passenger capacity at the main terminal building.

He said MAHB recognised the need to reach an agreement with the government on its financial restructuring.

The outstanding issues that have to be resolved with the government include outstanding lease rental, international and domestic airport taxes, and commitment on airport development well as concession payment of RM846.7 million.

“We hope to settle the issues by the end of the year,” he told reporters in Copenhagen on Sept 26 after the signing ceremony with Route Development Events and Media Ltd to host the World Route Development Forum 2008 in Kuala Lumpur.

KLIA is expected to handle 23 million passengers in 2005 from 21.5 million passengers last year. For the eight months this year, traffic grew by 10% year on year with the growth fueled by the increase in frequencies and new services by carriers from China, India, Indonesia as well as Middle East.

Meanwhile, work on the RM108 million LCC is proceeding as scheduled and will be completed by the first quarter of next year. The LCC would have a capacity to handle 10 million passengers a year.

The users of the LCC will be AirAsia and its Thai and Indonesian units Thai AirAsia and PT AWAir. Bashir believed that the growth in low cost carrier traffic, which had been phenomenal over the past two years, was likely to stabilise.

On another note, Bashir said the tender for the RM110 million A380 facility at KLIA would be called for next month.

“Despite the delay of Malaysia Airlines taking delivery of its Airbus 380 by six months from the initial delivery schedule in January 2007, we will proceed with the development of the facility,” he said.

The project to be completed within a year would see KLIA equipped with five aerobridges capable of handling the wide-bodied aircraft.


Bashir said apart from Malaysia Airlines, Dubai-based Emirates had indicated that it would use the A380 for the Kuala Lumpur route.

To a question, Bashir said MAHB had not seen a slowdown in traffic or airlines postponing their plans due to the rising oil prices. “It shows that airlines have mitigated the impact with their fuel surcharge,” he said.

“Our charges are already the lowest in the region,” he said in response to a question on whether MAHB would be receptive to airlines request for incentives if oil prices continue to soar.

On MAHB's success in its bid to host the World Route Development Forum in 2008, Bashir said it was an excellent platform for the company to fast-track its marketing efforts to attract more new airlines to offer services to KLIA.

“Having had the experience of successfully hosting the spin-off edition of World Routes – the New Route Asia, for three straight years certainly played a part in this bid apart from our joint effort with our partners,” Bashir said.

MAHB's partners for the World Route Development Forum are the Ministry of Transport, Malaysia Tourism Board, Malaysia Airlines, Kuala Lumpur City Hall and Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd.
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Old September 28th, 2005, 09:30 AM   #387
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Malaysia Airports selects Preston Gate Allocation System

MELBOURNE, Australia, July 7, 2005 - Preston Aviation Solutions Pty Ltd, a Boeing [NYSE: BA] wholly owned subsidiary, has been commissioned by Malaysia Airports to replace the existing gate-allocation system at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) with its dynamic airport resource management system - Airport Solutions.

Airport Solutions will be installed at Malaysia's premier airport hub to assist the team at KLIA's airport operations to better manage the forecasted growth and ongoing expansion of the airport. Preston's integrated suite of decision support tools will provide KLIA with a sophisticated and reliable resource management system, which will meet the day-of-operations and strategic planning requirements of its gate and remote parking resources, check-in desks and baggage carousels.

"Allocating the right resources at the right time is a challenging task for any major international airport hub, which is why a system like Airport Solutions will enable us to confidently handle KLIA's current and future resource demands," said Dato' Seri Bashir Ahmad, Managing Director of Malaysia Airports.

"Preston's new resource management system will also assist us to evaluate past, current and future passenger processing operations at KL International Airport."

The implementation of Airport Solutions at KLIA commenced in February and is expected to be operational by September 2005.

Airport Solutions is currently in use by many of the world's leading international airports including: Auckland International Airport, New Zealand; Bangkok International Airport, Thailand, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong; Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted International Airports, London; Narita Airport, Japan; Stockholm-Arlanda International Airport, Stockholm; and Vancouver International Airport; Canada.

Preston Aviation Solutions is a leader in the development of advanced airspace and airport simulation, decision support and airport resource allocation systems. A wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, Preston is an integral part of the Boeing Commercial Aviation Services unit. The established market presence and reach of Boeing, coupled with Preston's world-leading technology and extensive customer base, allow Preston to offer unprecedented levels of aviation expertise, knowledge and support.

Malaysia Airports is responsible for the management, operation, maintenance and future development of KLIA and the provision of airport-related services. KLIA is the result of visionary strategy to meet the needs of aviation traffic in the 21st century. Managing over 21 million passengers a year, KLIA is recognized as one of the leading modern airports of the world and the ultimate gateway to Malaysia. ###

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Cameron Baillie Business Development Manager Middle East / South East Asia
Telephone: +61 39428 8899
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Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad
Dato' Seri Bashir Ahmad Managing Director
Telephone: 03-7846 3990
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Old October 27th, 2005, 04:51 PM   #388
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Business Times - 27 Oct 2005

Malaysia 'to woo regional carriers to new budget terminal'

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia will woo regional budget carriers to a new low-cost terminal that will be launched next year, although AirAsia is expected to be the main user, reports said on Thursday.

AirAsia, South-east Asia's leading budget airline, will occupy 24 of 30 parking bays available at the new terminal and account for half of its 10 million annual passenger capacity, Bashir Ahmad, chief executive of Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd, told the New Straits Times.

But he stressed that the RM108 million (US$28.6 million) terminal, located at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport or KLIA, is not built exclusively for AirAsia.

'We welcome airlines, which fall under the budget carrier category, to use this terminal. Even (Indonesian) boutique carrier AdamAir, which plans to fly into the KLIA next year, can use this facility,' Mr Bashir said.

The terminal will open by March or April 2006 and is expected to reach its maximum capacity 'within five to six years', he added.

Malaysia Airport Holdings is a government linked company that manages and operates all airports in the country.

AirAsia's chief executive Tony Fernandes told The Star that he was 'not opposed to other airlines' using the low-cost terminal, which will be linked to the main airport via bus service.

The government decided to build the dedicated terminal earlier this year to help KLIA compete as a regional hub and counter competition from neighbours Singapore, which is also building a terminal for budget carriers, and Thailand.

Malaysia's low-cost terminal will be five times bigger than the one being built at Singapore's Changi Airport, which can cater to 2 million passengers a year, officials say.

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wow!! KLIA looks cool and tremendous.
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November 16, 2005 22:37 PM

Airbus A380 Lands At KLIA


SEPANG, Nov 16 (Bernama) -- The Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial passenger aircraft which is on its maiden test flight, landed at the KL International Airport (KLIA) here Wednesday night.

Witnessed by senior officials from Malaysia Airports Berhad, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and Airbus and Transport Ministry officials, the seven-storey high 555-seater aircraft touched down at 8.30 pm at Runaway 2 and taxied to a MAS hangar nearby.

KLIA General Manager Azmi Murad said the aircraft carried 60 people, most of them technical staff who are monitoring its various equipment.

"The aircraft flew in from Australia after completing its test flight there. KLIA is its third destination after Singapore and Australia outside Europe," he said.

KLIA is one of the airports in the world that can accommodate the A380 without the need for any major upgrading work.

The A380, due to enter service in mid-2006, is said to be the most advanced, spacious and efficient airliner yet to be produced.

Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad (PMB) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus to buy six A380-800 aircraft for the national carrier, MAS. PMB is the parent company of MAS.

So far, Airbus has received 159 orders from 16 airlines for the A380 as the aircraft is said to be suitable for long-haul services and is a low-cost carrier (LCC) as it can carry a large number of passengers.

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Old November 18th, 2005, 05:13 AM   #391
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Went to see the plane last night but it was raining. So I managed to take some pics from the Observation Platform of KLIA. Too bad it is all 'backside' pics


Here's the Airbus A380 at Kuala Lumpur International Airport:

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Old November 18th, 2005, 11:40 AM   #396
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ok guys..the progress of KLIA's Low Cost Terminal..as of 17/11/2005







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thanks fairul.. any renderings of how the lcc terminal going to look like?
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its doesnt look bigger than the 747-400 nearby
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its doesnt look bigger than the 747-400 nearby

Here's a beter size comparison photo


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