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Old August 14th, 2006, 11:30 AM   #601
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MAHB completes backbone network at KLIA
14 Aug 2006 2:51 PM
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Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd has completed the upgrade of the backbone network at the KL International Airport (KLIA) allowing users to enjoy enhanced wired and wireless access.

In a statement on Aug 14, MAHB said the upgrade, which was implemented by its subsidiary Malaysia Airports Technologies Sdn Bhd using Cisco System's high-end network, made KLIA one of the world's most best airports in terms of network infrastructure.

It said the infrastructure covered and supported more than 150 sites, including the newly-launched low cost carrier terminal (LLCT), located some 15km from the Main Terminal building.

"This will now enable the airport community such as the service providers, tenants and the passengers to enjoy enhanced wired and wireless access.

"The deployment of the new high-end network at KLIA will enable Malaysia Airports to better serve not only the airline, but the KLIA community as well," said MAHB managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad.

He said the airport was fitted with a 10 gigabit ethernet network using Cisco's equipment, replacing the asynchronous transfer mode network that previously supported KLIA's total airport management system.

"To ensure that the infrastructure is scalable, we invested in a network that is modular from an architecture point of view.

"Now we will be able to continuously upgrade KLIA's network performance by adding new advance technology without redesigning or disrupting the newly implemented network architecture," said Bashir.

Cisco Systems Malaysia managing director, Kumaran Singaram, said with the implementation of the system, KLIA would become a role model airport for other international airports around the world.

"The newly deployed network allows Malaysia Airports to create a single integrated digital community in KLIA, as opposed to other airports, which have separate proprietary networks for different systems," he said.
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I've been in Kuala Lumpur and the airport is just amazing!!
Can't wait to visit Malaysia again!!
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You are most welcomed to visit Malaysia...There are a lots of places that need you to be their visitors.....I sincerely welcome you to explore the beauty of Malaysia..
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Kuala Lumpur is a great airport. Very excellent service and great ambience.
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Old August 16th, 2006, 05:38 AM   #606
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Malaysia Airports upgrades KLIA to take in A380
By Kamarul Yunus
August 16 2006
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MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) will spend some RM135 million to upgrade facilities at the KL International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang to accommodate the Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial aircraft.

MAHB senior general manager for operation services Azmi Murad said works include the provision of shoulder on both sides of the two existing runways as well as the taxiways, building additional aerobridges at the three departure halls, namely C17, C27 and C37, and enhancing the mezzanine lounges for upper deck passengers of the aircraft at the departure halls.

"All works are projected to be completed by May next year," he told reporters in a briefing on modification works at KLIA yesterday.

At the moment, he said works on the second runway and the C17 lounge have started and progressing well.

"We hope to be able to complete the lounges concurrently with works on the runways," he said.

Malaysia Airlines is purchasing six A380s.

In March this year, MAHB awarded Road Builder (M) Sdn Bhd the RM99.23 million contract to accommodate large aircraft operations.

The company took possession of the project in April 3 and it is expected to be completed on May 28 2007.

Meanwhile, Azmi said MAHB will and has undertaken several projects to improve the facilities at KLIA.

For instance, he said since July 1, the airport operator has introduced the "countdown" system for its passengers' baggage handling, both for the international and domestic flights.

Under the "countdown system", he said a timing desplay has been installed to enable passengers to know the time taken for their bags to arrive from the aircraft to the baggage carousel.

"The timing will kick-in once the first bag reaches the conveyor belt to the carousel," he said.
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MAHB targets 7% increase in passenger traffic
By Surin Murugiah, 15 Aug 2006 5:29 PM
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Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) targets a 7% rise in air passenger traffic this year to 24.5 million from 23 million in 2005, driven by the robust growth of low-cost carriers especially AirAsia Bhd, its senior general manager (operations) Azmi Murad said.

He said the inflow of passengers using other airlines was also a factor for the projected increase in air passenger traffic, adding that the first half of 2006 saw a 4.6% increase to 13.7 million from a year ago.

Speaking at a media briefing in Sepang on Aug 15, Azmi said the recent tightening of security for flights in the UK and US will not impact the air passenger traffic at KL International Airport (KLIA) or the other airports here.

He added that passenger traffic might also receive a boost from the interest expressed by at least two other low-cost carriers that wanted to fly to the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT).

On its RM135 million upgrading works at KLIA for Airbus A380 aircraft, Azmi said it is expected to be completed by May 2007. He said the runway works alone cost RM100 million and the remaining RM35 million was to install aerobridges, three A380 lounges and related facilities at the airport.

He said MAHB had also carried out other enhancements at KLIA, including working towards getting baggage cleared within 16 minutes of the first bag being placed on the conveyor belts, and the introduction of announcements in Arabic and Mandarin to assist travellers from Arabic-speaking countries and China.

He added that MAHB had also in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia recruited 40 students from two local colleges under the Friends of Visit Malaysia Year 2007 to assist Arab and China passengers at KLIA.
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KLIA upgrade to cost RM180mil

BY CHAN CHING THUT

SEPANG: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd will spend about RM180mil to upgrade facilities and services at KL International Airport (KLIA) this year, said senior general manager (operations) Azmi Murad.

The upgrading works include expanding the second runway, taxiway and lounges to accommodate the Airbus A380 aircraft.

“Work to expand the width of the runway began two days ago and will take three months to complete. The shoulder of the runway will be increased by 15 metres on both sides.

“Three lounges – C17, C27 and C37 – in the satellite building are being upgraded as well and work should be completed by end-May next year,” he told reporters after a ceremony to mark KLIA's 8th anniversary.


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The celebration was commemorated with a reception of its 138 millionth passenger (total passengers since KLIA began operations in 1998) and the 46 millionth domestic passenger.

Azmi said the airport was expected to handle 24.5 million passengers this year, a 7% increase over last year, which recorded 23.12 million in passenger movement.

“The target for growth in passengers this year also includes those at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal KLIA (LCC-T). We expect five million passengers to use the LCC-T this year, a 25% increase over the four million last year,” he added.

This year, KLIA has been voted as the World's Best Airport in the 15-25 million passengers per annum category in the Aetra 2005 survey. It also bagged the third place for both Best Airport Worldwide and Best Airport in Asia Pacific categories.
Upgrading Works At KLIA On Schedule
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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 1 (Bernama) -- Upgrading works at the KL International Airport, which commenced in June 2006, to accommodate the operations of Airbus A380 are on schedule.

According to a statement here Friday, the upgrading project is divided into several phases covering the upgrading of Runway 1 & 2 and the Boarding Gates of C17, C27 and C37.

Works on Runway 2 commenced on June 29, 2006 and was carried out concurrently with the Boarding Lounges and Boarding Gates modifications while upgrading works on Runway 1 will commence in January 2007.

It said Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad plans to carry out the works at night during off peak hours.

"To facilitate the morning aircraft peak operations and upon thorough consultation and agreement of the airlines and the relevant agencies, Runway 2 was made available for aircraft departures from 7.00am to 11.00am daily and will be extended to 3.00pm daily effective Sept 4, 2006."

Availability on 24 hour basis will be from Nov 2006, it said.

The statement said all plans and schedules of all the upgrading works were developed and done by Malaysia Airports in thorough consultation and agreement of all operating airlines and the agencies concerned at KLIA.

Currently, there are 46 departure gates out of which only three gates are being modified, one at a time.

"Therefore, there are sufficient gates to meet the required demand even at peak hours," it said.
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Old September 3rd, 2006, 05:30 PM   #609
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KLIA is an awesome airport... was there last month. The international terminal is amazing.
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Old September 4th, 2006, 03:16 PM   #611
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KLIA hub hopes threatened
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Plans to transform Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) into a major regional cargo transhipment hub in Southeast Asia will be denied as long as Malaysian authorities hold off the awarding of fifth freedom rights to foreign carriers, the Airfreight Association of Malaysia (Afam) told Cargonews Asia.

"The fifth freedom rights should have been introduced when the US$3.8 billion airport with its state-of-the-art facilities, including a $163 million air cargo complex, started operations eight years three months ago,'' Afam chairman Walter Culas said.

Fifth freedom rights, often referred to as "beyond rights", allow a foreign carrier to pick up cargo in a country and fly it on to a third country.

Culas lamented the fact that 34 foreign carriers currently flew to KLIA compared with Singapore Changi's 78 and Bangkok Airport's 106. "To get more carriers, Malaysia should introduce fifth freedom rights by next year to conform fully with World Trade Organisation (WTO) requirements towards global trade liberalisation."


Afam has more than 150 members, many of them multinationals operating in the Klang Valley and Penang.

"The feedback I always get from them is that there are simply not enough flights that come in and can go anywhere from KLIA.''

Culas said it was not enough for the authorities to say foreign carriers were already enjoying beyond rights when there were so many restrictive clauses or conditions attached. "They should remove such restrictions altogether if they are really serious about turning KLIA into the region's leading cargo transhipment hub.'

"After nearly half a century of independence, what are they afraid of, and why do they have to go to such an extent to protect the national airline?'' the Afam chairman asked, echoing the sentiments of his members who are frustrated at the attitude of officials in numerous meetings aimed at discussing facilitation plans for air cargo operators using Malaysian airports, especially KLIA.

"There is now a need to change the mindset [of the officials] who must realise we are moving into a new era of globalisation,'' he said, adding that if there was no shift in attitude "we will continue to be left far behind by our neighours Singapore and Thailand''.

Culas said many government officials had adopted a tidak apak (couldn't care less) appproach and that this represented a giant stumbling block in turning Malaysia's most expensive airport, situated just 50 km south of Kuala Lumpur, into a leading air cargo hub in the region.

"We seem to be taking retrogressive steps instead.''

The comparatively smaller volume and slower growth in cargo throughput at KLIA and many other major airports in the country speaks for itself, he said.

Speaking more out of frustration than anger the Afam chief said in numerous meetings with government ministries such as health and Customs and other authorities "there has only been talk but no action (on their part),'' citing, for example, lack of action on such issues such as pharmaceutical products and the introduction of a green lane. "One is not sure whether the officials are listening at all. We've spent a lot of time talking,'' Culas said. "And when you write to them they don't bother to reply.''

Meanwhile, MASkargo, the wholly-owned freighter company of the national airline MAS, announced that its customer care unit would cease operations from August 28 as part of its network's cutback on less essential services after the airline laid off several thousand employees. It has also hived off part of its domestic cargo services that have seen budget airline Air Asia taking some of MAS's domestic routes and rural air services in Sarawak and Sabah.
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Old September 13th, 2006, 06:39 AM   #612
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WiFi access at all Malaysia airports by end-2007
By Malcolm Rosario
September 13 2006
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Malaysia Airports plans to begin deploying WiFi services at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal and at other international airports in Kuching, Kota Kinabalu and Penang by year-end and at domestic airports by end-2007

AIRPORT operator Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) will provide free WiFi access at all its 39 airports in Malaysia by the end of next year.

Managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad said the WiFi service is currently available in a few hot spots at the KL International Airport (KLIA), but the services will soon be accessible anywhere at the airport.

WiFi is an open air transmission for computer Internet connections. Its distance from the source is still only 500 ft to 1,000 ft.

Speaking to newsmen after launching the service at KLIA yesterday, Bashir said MAHB plans to begin deploying WiFi services at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) and at other international airports in Kuching, Kota Kinabalu and Penang by year-end and at domestic airports by end-2007.

He said MAHB will provide the WiFi services via its strategic tie-up with Cisco Systems (M) Sdn Bhd, which will not only provide consultancy services, but also technology transfer.

MAHB has so far spent about RM25 million to upgrade the backbone network at KLIA.

Currently, the expanded wireless Internet services are available at the satellite building, contact pier, arrival and departure halls of the KLIA.

MAHB said the network upgrade is also timely as KLIA is expected to see a significant increase in traffic next year in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2007.

For the first six months of this year, the airport recorded a 4 to 5 per cent increase in passenger traffic, from 11.5 million passengers in the same period last year. For the whole of 2005, it registered a traffic of 23 million passengers.
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Awesome airport! Very modern! Very Clean! Keep up a good work Malaysia. One thing, Why I felt that I arrived in Singapore instead of Malaysia?
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Two more airlines to fly into KLIA by November

BY B.K. SIDHU

PETALING JAYA: Two international airlines – Kuwait Airlines and Cebu Pacific – are expected to fly into KL International Airport (KLIA) by November, making them the first two new passenger carriers to fly into the airport this year.

For next year, talks are under way for at least four new airlines – Finnair, Ethihad Airlines, Shanghai Airlines and Hainan Airlines – to fly into KLIA.

“We are continuously working towards getting more airlines to fly into KLIA and getting the existing carriers to increase their frequencies so as to ensure KLIA offers greater connectivity and higher passenger traffic volumes,” a Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said several existing airlines had or would be increasing their frequencies this year and some others were expected to do so next year. This year’s list includes Saudi Arabian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific (which began plying the Hong Kong-Penang route in April) and Emirates.



An aerial view of KLIA. For next year, talks are under way for at least four new airlines to fly into the airport.
For now, 45 airlines – including three cargo carriers and one mail transporter – fly out of KLIA and the figure should reach 47 with Kuwait Airlines and Cebu Pacific.

Gading Sari Aviation Services Sdn Bhd began flying from KLIA this year, transporting mail between Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak for Pos Malaysia Bhd. The three cargo carriers are Cargolux, Federal Express and United Parcel Service.

It has taken KLIA a long time to get Kuwait Airlines to fly into KLIA and Finnair is expected to fly in from Helsinki beginning May 2007.

Hainan Airlines operates charter flights from Haikou to KLIA, but intends to have scheduled flights from Xian to KLIA, capitalising on the route that Malaysia Airlines (MAS) developed but has pulled out of.

Even though MAHB would like to see more carriers flying into KLIA, rising jet fuel prices remains a major concern for global carriers and some are finding it hard to maintain their extensive network. Some are beginning to review and scale back routes even though other aggressive players are still expanding.

In the case of MAS, it has pulled out of several destinations in an effort to reduce cost.

Although this year may see only two new carriers flying into KLIA, last year seven made their way here – India’s Jet Airways, the return of Pakistan International Airlines, Thai AirAsia, PT Awair, Thai Sky Airlines, Air Nepal International and Shenzhen Airlines.

As part of MAHB’s efforts to draw more airlines here, it is participating in the forthcoming Routes 2006 airport/airlines forum, scheduled from Sept 16 to 19 in Dubai.

Routes 2006 is where airport operators woo airlines to their airports and MAHB officials are expected to meet more than 30 global airlines at this year’s forum in the hope that some will consider flying into KLIA.

At this year’s event, MAHB will also be promoting the other four international airports – Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Langkawi – as additional destinations in the country.

Last year, KLIA handled 23 million passengers and MAHB managing director Datuk Bashir Ahmad recently said he expected passenger traffic to increase by 5% this year. In the first half of 2006, KLIA saw a 4.6% increase in passenger traffic to 13.7 million from a year ago.

Next year is Visit Malaysia Year and given the aggressive promotional activities that Tourism Malaysia has undertaken thus far, industry experts are predicting higher passenger traffic volumes although they are not able to give any estimates.

MAHB manages 39 airports in the country – five international, 16 domestic and 18 short take-off and landing sites.
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