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.
KOTA BHARU –Seramai 3 orang kurang upaya (OKU) di antara 230 penerima dari komuniti lapangan terbang di Kota Bharu, Kelantan telah menerima sumbangan pek barangan keperluan asas #MYAirportCARES baru-baru ini. Semua penerima terdiri daripada kumpulan B40 yang merupakan pekerja pembersihan lapangan terbang, bekas pekerja lapangan terbang, pemandu teksi, penduduk sekitar dan golongan OKU.
KOTA BHARU – Malaysia Airports continues to assist flood victims in the East Coast by contributing food supplies worth RM22,000.00 to 25 of its staff who were affected by the flood in Kota Bharu.
The affected employees received the food supplies which were presented by YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, Chairman of Malaysia Airports. Each employee also received ‘wang zakat’ of RM2,000 from Malaysia Airports.
Malaysia Airports Continues Pursuit for Environmental Excellence and a Sustainable Future Through Mytreevolution
Volunteers From the Skuad Ceria Team of Sultan Ismail Petra Airport Carries Out Nursery Seedling Activity Under My Treevolution, a National Forest Restoration Project
KOTA BHARU - Malaysia Airports continues its pursuit for environmental excellence and a sustainable future by pledging full support to MyTreeVolution, a national forest restoration project that aims to reduce carbon release.