SEPANG – KL International Airport (KLIA) continues to enhance runway safety as it enters the second phase of the field trial for the high-precision Foreign Object Debris Detection System (FODDS). The first phase was launched in 2019 with 2 towers completely equipped with state-of-the-art FODDS radars. The second phase involves the full installation of the remaining 9 towers with the same high precision radars and is expected to be completed by the end of November this year.
SEPANG – Malaysia Airports is pleased to announce that the third runway (Runway 3) at KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL) is now fully rehabilitated after undergoing comprehensive maintenance works under the KUL Runway Sustainability Master Plan. The master plan is a vital framework in ensuring the continuous safety of flight operations at KUL.
Passenger and aircraft movements doubled in the first 9 days in July compared to the last 9 days in June
SEPANG – Air travel in Malaysia is showing further signs of recovery in the first nine days of July 2020 compared to late June 2020 as the relaxation in travel restrictions continue into the second month.
SEPANG - Since the Movement Control Order (MCO) period took effect on 18 March 2020, there have been a few cases of stranded passengers at KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL). Some are due to the restrictions of the MCO, but some are also due to the travel bans of other destination countries. These cases mostly fall into the following categories:
Dato’ Mohd Shukrie is a Chartered Accountant with the Malaysian Institute of Accountants and holds a Degree in Business Studies from the University of North London.
He started his career with Public Bank Securities Sdn. Bhd. and thereafter served with United Overseas Bank Berhad. He has amassed diverse experience throughout his career covering the consumer and corporate banking, corporate finance and advisory, mergers and acquisitions, financial services, risk management, human resources, and procurement.