2 September 2019
By Siti A’isyah Sukaimi
KLIA police chief Assistant Commissioner Zulkifli Adamsah said four individuals called in to assist the probe were from MAHB information technology division.
“They are from different divisions. All have been released after the statement recording session.
“We may call up more people to assist the investigation. The probe will take time as it involved technical aspect,” he said today.
On Aug 26, MAHB said it had not ruled out the possibility that the network failure which triggered a system outtage at KLIA and klia2 was caused by an act of malicious intent.
The technical glitch caused dozens of delays, affected the flight information display system (FIDS), check-in-counters, baggage handling systems (BHS) and WiFi availability.
MAHB promptly replaced the malfunctioning network equipment and has since been closely monitoring the stability of the systems.
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