MAHB wooing more airlines

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  • Saturday, 27 Dec 2003

MORE airlines flying in; higher frequencies; new destinations and lots more passengers. That's what the KL International Airport (KLIA) needs to achieve the critical mass necessary to attract even more airlines here.  

Given that Bangkok has a new airport under construction and the already stiff competition from Singapore's Changi Airport expected to intensify still further, this would clearly be no easy task.  

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