MAHB said Friday was the last day of Badlisham's contractual tenure; a position he has held since June 23, 2014.
“The necessary announcement will be made once Badlisham’s successor has been identified,” it said.
MAHB chairman Tan Sri Syed Anwar Jamalullail expressed the company’s and the board of directors’ deepest appreciation to Badlisham for steering MAHB over the last four years and aligning it to a position where the company is now ready to embark on its long-term business objectives.
He said the necessary announcements will be made once Badlisham’s successor has been identified.
“Raja Azmi has the full support of the board, having been with MAHB for over two years and having significant experience behind him,” he said.
Meanwhile, MAHB’s immediate to long-term strategy involves the designing and implementing of a plan to enhance its quality of service (QoS) on an evolving scale that always keeps the company ahead of tomorrow’s customer requirements – not just the customer needs of today.
MAHB will focus heavily on increasing operational and logistics efficiencies and enhancing human convenience.
The company will further equip itself with the funding required to expand facilities in order to effectively manage the increasing volume of traffic, visitors and cargo shipments.