SUBANG: Subang SkyPark Sdn Bhd aims to achieve RM6mil to RM7mil in revenue in the first year of operation after the SkyPark Subang Terminal is fully refurbished, said executive director Tan Sri Ravindran Menon.
The company has so far completed about 90% of the refurbishment of the terminal with the remaining works scheduled for completion by October.
“Fully operational and down to the last 10% of the finishing work, Skypark Subang Terminal’s operations today accommodates an average of 60 flights a day comprising of local and regional arrivals and departures,” he said yesterday at a media sneak preview of SkyPark Subang Terminal, adding that the airport operator hoped to achive RM8mil in the second year of operations.
The 150,000 sq ft SkyPark Subang Terminal is expected to handle 2.5 million passengers by the end of this year.
“Ideally, we envision SkyPark Subang Terminal as the grand central station for domestic and regional aviation. With the extensive refurbishment that has been undertaken, the availability of flights to and accessibility, convenience and the cost savings it extends travellers, we believe this airport will return Subang to the world aviation map in an even bigger way,” Ravindran said.
Refurbishment works at the terminal cost RM40mil while the whole upgrading works at Subang SkyPark cost a total of RM300mil, according to Ravindran.
The refurbised airport has 13 check-in counters, separate departure and arrival halls for international and domestic travellers and three immigration counters for both inbound and outbound flights.
Its dedicated private aviation terminal is also fully operational with a runway capable of accommodating a 747 jetliner, and will cater to inbound and outbound corporate and private jets.
The airport is home to Berjaya Air and Firefly, with both Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia Bhd also operating ticketing offices there.