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Nice.

They are also planning something similar at the Hyderabad airport (Malaysia Airports has a stake in it).
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Goodness, the LCCT is completely disconnected from KLIA MTB. I know ERL will continue to LCCT, but an aerotrain linking LCCT to MTB seems very unlikely right?

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Goodness, the LCCT is completely disconnected from KLIA MTB. I know ERL will continue to LCCT, but an aerotrain linking LCCT to MTB seems very unlikely right?

PLEASE prove me wrong!
Me not sure of this yet. They havent announce anything.
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Another LCCT proposal from VERITAS!

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Goodness, the LCCT is completely disconnected from KLIA MTB. I know ERL will continue to LCCT, but an aerotrain linking LCCT to MTB seems very unlikely right?

PLEASE prove me wrong!
The aerotrain was planed for the 1st (complete) and the 2nd (future) satellite terminal as their KLIA masterplan!
LCCT is absolutely separate from the main terminal then why they need to reach MTB yet the state of the art departure hall would has its own at LCCT and ERL would get next stop to LCCT too! that means passengers can choose wisely to stop at MTB or LCCT
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24/09/08 by Zoe Phoon

Airport operator Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is expected to invite local and foreign developers and investors this month to submit requests to be involved in the development of 2,700 acres around the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang.

Under MAHB’s goal of expanding its revenue streams to include nonaeronautical activities, it has come up with a masterplan to turn what is currently oil palm plantation into the KLIA Aeropolis – an airport city accommodating buildings in keeping with KLIA’s sleek, modern design.

MAHB general manager of land development Muhd Najib Mohd Rawi said the site to be developed over the next 10 to 15 years has the advantage of being close to two major international gateways – the KLIA as well as the Low Cost Carrier Terminal.

The masterplan, he explained, provides for commercial buildings covering 1,000 acres, landscaped parks over 600 acres, a pair of 18-hole golf courses over another 600 acres, a stadium on 25 acres and a theme park to rival those in Genting Highlands or Sentosa Island in Singapore over 100 acres.

The initial phases of development will see the infrastructure in the commercial zone as well as an exposition and convention centre, retail outlets and purpose-built offices being built.

To attract developers and investors, MAHB will build a transport node similar to KL Sentral which will allow the Aeropolis’s occupants to be conveniently connected to the airport and KL city.

Altogether, MAHB has 18,000 acres in Sepang, with a substantial part classified under oil palm.
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Under the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport Masterplan, a new runway and a new satellite building will be constructed to accommodate the increasing number of passengers. The airport Phase 2 development plan is to handle 40 million (▲5 Million) passengers per year by 2008 with the expansion of low cost carrier terminal. For phase 3, the airport will expand to handle 75 million (▲35 million) passengers per annum with the construction of a new satellite terminal and replacement of current low cost carrier terminal with a new low cost carrier terminal that will be capable of handling 30 million passengers alone. Under Phase 4, the airport will be capable to handle 130 million passengers per annum by 2020.

With the slight modification of the masterplan, the future Terminal 2's satellite terminal will be combined into one satellite terminal. The expansion of Terminal 2's satellite terminal will be exactly the same as Terminal 1's satellite terminal, where initially the satellite terminal will have four arms, and another four arms when the terminal reached its capacity. There is sufficient land and capacity to develop facilities to handle up to 130 million passengers a year, five runways by the year 2020 and two mega-terminals, each linked with satellite terminals. [3] The airport's vicinity will include hiking trails for jet-lagged travelers, golf courses, convention center, a theme park, a shopping center, hotels, and a wetlands nature preserve. Sepang International Circuit , which hosts Formula One , A1 Grand Prix , Super GT , IndyCar Series and MotoGP races, is also nearby. There has also been a proposal for a monorail link to the F1 circuit . The development plan is due to be ready by April 2008.

In November 2006, the Malaysian government announced that it had approved in principle the construction of a rail link between the main terminal building and the low-cost carrier terminal. Construction was scheduled to begin in 2007. There were however no details of which company would carry out the project, nor was there an indication that it would be directly connected to the existing airport Express Rail Link .
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Malaysian Business, Oct 1, 2008 by Yvonne Chong

FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING AT Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), on the cards for some four years now, has been snagged by delays. However, MAHB managing director Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad Abdul Majid is optimistic the group's long overdue restructuring would be finalised by year-end.

`We hope to get it all sorted out by the end of the year. But last year, we had also thought we would have resolved the issue by the end of the year. Well ... fingers crossed,' he tells Malaysian Business.

MAHB has already submitted a plan to the government for its review. It is understood that among others, the plan addresses the company's annual lease rental charges payable to the government, disposal of the Sepang International Circuit (SIC), passenger service charges, and landing and parking charges.

To recap, MAHB owes the government RM826.7 million in outstanding concession fees for the lease of the KL International Airport (KLIA) between 1998-2003. It is also seeking to raise landing and parking charges, unchanged for over 26 years and currently the third-lowest in the world; and to raise passenger service charge which has been unchanged since 2002. The government is also slated to acquire the SIC from MAHB for RM389.4 million.

But though the longer-term uncertainty without a full restructuring of its concession agreement with the government may be of concern, analysts seem comfortable enough with the company. At least three research houses - OSK Research, HwangDBS Vickers Research and Aseambankers - have maintained a `Buy' call on the stock.

MAHB has been making great strides in the past 18 months or so. For the financial year ended Dec 31, 2007, it achieved a record pre- tax profit of RM403.64 million, a 53.33% increase from 2006. This was on revenue growth of 20.74% to RM1.38 billion, with increases in almost every segment of its business.

Its corporate governance during the year also saw significant improvement - as indicated by its 14th ranking in the `Corporate Governance Survey 2007' by the Malaysian Shareholder Watchdog Group, in terms of compliance, best practices and transparency. The company was 40th the previous year.

In the first half of this year (1H08), MAHB's revenue grew 16.08% from 1H07 to RM782.1 million, and net profit expanded by almost 24.3% to RM158 million. This was achieved despite a 15% increase in operating expenses.

Bashir outlines a three-prong approach in MAHB's thrust forward - profitability through increased commercial revenue; maintaining a high level of service to customers and partners; and intensifying efforts to develop human capital.

`Our performance is always linked to the airline industry. Our future depends on how the travel patterns are in the future. However, we are confident of having growth in our airports and that we will continue to be profitable. Normally, we forecast growth of 5%-6% a year. We have had bigger growth in the past but we believe 5%-6% is a reasonable expectation,' he says.

MAHB has been aggressively strengthening its non-aero or commercial revenues to be at par with the best airports in the world. It expects income from its commercial activities to equal aero revenues by year-end. The ratio is currently 48:52.

`We are aiming to change the ratio to 70:30 in five years' time. If we achieve that, it would be great. The very good airports are looking at a ratio of about 65:35,' Bashir says.

Aeronautical revenue is mainly derived from landing fees, aerobridge charges, check-in-counter charges, aircraft parking fees and passenger service charges. MAHB's commercial activities include duty-free operations, hotel operations, free commercial zone operations, management of parking facilities and the lease of commercial space, as well as future land development around the KLIA, dubbed the `KLIA Aeropolis'.

MAHB has the advantage of a huge landbank around the KLIA. Overall land space at the airport is about 10,000 hectares. Bashir says 40% of the land goes towards airport development, while 25% is earmarked for commercial land development. The rest, he says, will be kept green so that the KLIA Aeropolis would be a green city.

`We believe that land development at the KLIA will give us a huge boost, not immediately, but over the long term. We hope to start talking to interested parties by early next year,' Bashir says.

MAHB has ambitious plans for the KLIA Aeropolis. MAHB general manager of land development, Muhd Najib Mohd Rawi, had on a separate occasion revealed a master plan that included two 18-hole golf courses, a stadium, expo and convention centre, specialised retail outlets and purpose-built offices, and a theme park. The initial development phase of the city would take 10-15 years, and when completed, would have a gross development value of around RM3.9 billion.
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KLIA Aeropolis is a new city in the making.
It is set to transform KLIA into a vibrant, thriving, fully-contained airport city offering a comprehensive range of tourism, hospitality, retail and commercial development as well as cargo and logistics operations.

It will be a green airport city, in line with the green theme that is so central in the initial planning and conception of KLIA.

As a green field airport, KLIA has ample land bank, a luxury other developed airports do not enjoy.

The environmentally friendly project will cover an area of 2,730 acres, spread from the area where KLIA mosque is located to beyond the Sepang Formula One site.

The new city will be well connected to the Federal Capital via high speed trains or a congestion-free highway. Travelling time to and from the city is within 30 to 45 minutes.

It is expected to spur the growth of the area, allowing it to become a destination, a meeting place for businesses and also a people attraction centre.

This is expected to increase traffic growth to KLIA, thus also increasing Malaysia Airports’ aeronautical income.

In the longer term, KLIA Aeropolis will also be a significant contributor to Malaysia Airports’ non-aeronautical revenue specifically from land lease, real estate leasing and also royalties’ payment from certain business tenants.

The initial development phase would take between 10 and 15 years, and when completed, will have a gross development value of around RM3.9 billion.

The development master-plan layout has been submitted to the local authorities for approval.

Malaysia Airports will then embark on a marketing and promotion exercise to attract investors and developers to jointly participate in the project.

It comes under the National Airport Airport Master Plan (NAMP), which is a comprehensive study being prepared by KLIAC-NACO JV on the development of Malaysia’s airports capacity over the next 50 years.

Malaysia Airports regards planning for airport development as a continuous process vital to the growth of the Group.

Malaysia Airports’ corporate strategy for KLIA includes a commitment to develop the future physical aspects of KLIA as well as the regional airports in Malaysia.
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At present, around 25 million passengers pass through KLIA a year, while the airport has the capacity to handle up to 100 million passengers per annum. As such, there is still room for expansion. One aspect of KLIA that is worth noting is that its runways – which are 4,000 metres in length and 2,535 metres in width – are able to handle simultaneous take-offs and landings, thus ensuring a shorter waiting time. There are plans to expand the number of these runways to five by 2020.

Furthermore, apart from passenger traffic, KLIA is also able to offer cargo services and the establishment of the Free Commercial Zone is set to cement the airport’s reputation in the air cargo transport industry. Another exciting project that is currently in the works is the KLIA Aeropolis, which makes use of a 25,000 acre landbank to turn KLIA into an exciting world-class commercial, tourism, and transportation hub.

In December 2008, the Malaysian Government approved a financial restructuring plan by Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, which freed up capital expenditure and removed non-core services from its portfolio, thus allowing it to concentrate on the core areas such as airport management. As such according to Datuk Seri Bashir Ahmad, the Managing Director of MAHB, MAHB will “emerge a leaner, more focused and financially stronger company with bright outlook in the future.” Judging by their commitment to excellence, we at Technology Business Review, are certain that 2009 will prove to be a fruitful year for Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad.
KLIA Aeropolis
This project currently at planning stage and expected to be underconstruction by 2011
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