SEPANG – Malaysia Airports is glad to welcome travellers back to its network of 39 airports today with the lifting of local and international travel restrictions. Despite low passenger volume, airports nationwide remained in operations throughout the pandemic and had used the lull period to ensure a safe airport experience in anticipation of travel resumption. Apart from the implementation of safety measures to restore air travel confidence, facilities have also been upgraded to further enhance the travelling experience.
SEPANG – Penang International Airport (PIA) welcomed its first passengers travelling under the new Singapore-Penang Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) By Air Programme today. Flight AK1730 by AirAsia was the first VTL flight to touch down at 6.40 pm carrying about 60 passengers under the programme. The aircraft received water cannon salute while passengers were greeted with mementos to mark the special occasion. Penang is the second Malaysian destination introduced after Kuala Lumpur under the Singapore-Malaysia VTL programme. There are four airlines operating under this programme i.e.
Obstacle Challange Atau Cabaran Halangan Anjuran Perkhidmatan Bomba Dan Penyelamat Lapangan Terbang Terima Hampir 200 Penyertaan Dari Pelabagai Kontinjen
PULAU PINANG– Obstacle Challenge atau Cabaran Halangan yang dianjurkan oleh Balai Bomba dan Penyelamat Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Pulau Pinang (AFRS) pada hari ini telah mendapat sambutan yang amat menggalakkan apabila meraih hampir 200 penyertaan daripada pelbagai kontinjen yang terdiri daripada pasukan kakitangan dalaman dan agensi-agensi di lapangan terbang yang lain serta kadet bomba dari sekolah-sekolah berhampiran.
PENANG –Penang International Airport (IATA Code: PEN) has cleaned up and carried out repair works after a storm hit the island on Friday night. Despite the damages to the airport, we are glad to share that no passengers were injured during the ordeal.
Some of the damages that incurred included partially torn roof and ceiling and broken glass doors and signage. A car was also reportedly hit by a damaged sculpture.
Sepang – Penang International Airport is operating at full capacity and it is imperative that all parties work towards optimizing the operations at the airport. Despite the concern voiced out by the airport operator several days ago, the situation in Penang International Airport remains the same as before where only about 70% of the check-in counters are being utilised by the airlines.
PENANG – Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (Malaysia Airports) is confident that the latest enhancement to its flash flood mitigation system will further improve the situation at Penang International Airport (PIA) during heavy rain and thunderstorm. The latest enhancement takes the form of the construction of two open drains at the inner lane of the kerbside area, which will drain out faster overflowing water from the monsoon drain located underneath the kerbside. This enhancement was completed at the end of December 2015.
Penang International Airport Uplifts Guest Reception Service Through Implementation Of Standard Paging Board Procedures
PENANG – Penang International Airport (PIA) is uplifting the guest reception service through the implementation of standard paging board procedures for all tourism related agencies including associations, hotels and individuals who are involved in guest reception at PIA. These parties are required to abide to the standard procedures upon receiving their guests at PIA, effective today, 1 March 2016.