Redevelopment and upgrading of Sandakan Airport / Muhammad Amirul Mohd Asri

Mohd Asri, Muhammad Amirul (2014) Redevelopment and upgrading of Sandakan Airport / Muhammad Amirul Mohd Asri. Industrial Training. Universiti Teknologi Mara, Perak, Seri Iskandar, Perak. (Unpublished)


Malaysia Airports is the main airports operator and manager in Malaysia, responsible for the nation’s gateways to the world. Always driven to be the best airport services provider in the region and the world, customers’ comfort and convenience remain at the top of its priorities. In 1991, the Malaysian Parliament passed a bill to separate the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) into two entities with different spheres of responsibilities. DCA remains as the regulatory body for the airports and aviation industry in Malaysia whilst the newly created entity, Malaysia Airports, was established in 1992 to focus on the operations, management and maintenance of airports. MALAYSIA AIRPORTS HOLDINGS BERHAD (487092-W), also known as MAHB, was thereafter incorporated as a public listed company in the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad in 1999, which became the first airport operator in Asia and the sixth worldwide to be listed in a stock exchange. Malaysia Airports is the only airport company with such a diverse airport portfolio, putting it in a league of its own. Airports under our stable of operations range from 5 international gateways, 16 domestic airports, to 18 short take-off and landing ports (STOL ports) that serves the rural and remote areas in Malaysia. Moreover, Malaysia Airports has a proven track record in managing overseas international airports and has gained global recognition for airport management. Since 1995, MAHB have been expanding its expertise overseas and managing a total of 6 international airports to date from Cambodia, Kazakhstan, The Maldives, India and Turkey (MAHB, 2013).


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