KLIA, klia2 score flying colours in latest airport audit

21 December 2018 The Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the neighbouring klia2, collectively known as KUL, have passed with flying colours the Malaysian Aviation Commission’s latest audit on the quality of service. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) said KUL had exceeded the service quality targets of Mavcom’s October 2018 Quality of Service (QoS) framework, which … Continue reading KLIA, klia2 score flying colours in latest airport audit

Sleepless in areas near KLIA

14 December 2018 FOR residents of Taman Saujana KLIA and Kota Warisan, aircraft noise has become the bane of their life. The thunderous noise would cause roof tiles, metal grilles to vibrate and car alarms to go off, such daily torture is worse than a nightmare, as they cannot even sleep. Saujana KLIA residents want … Continue reading Sleepless in areas near KLIA

Airlines slam AirAsia over ‘unfair advantage’ in airport tax collection

30 November 2018 The group representing most of the airlines operating in Malaysia has called for a level playing field in the aviation sector in the wake of reports that AirAsia is collecting less than the required amount in passenger service charges (PSC). Board of Airline Representatives Malaysia (BAR) said airlines were legally bound to … Continue reading Airlines slam AirAsia over ‘unfair advantage’ in airport tax collection