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Bintulu's new airport to begin operations

Air travel for industrial town Bintulu will enter a new era when the new RM385mil airport there begins operations on Sunday.

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Jamaluddin pleased with the preparations for the GP

Second Minister of Finance Datuk Dr Jamaluddin Jarjis is pleased with what he saw at the Sepang F1 Circuit yesterday and believes that the fifth edition of the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix this weekend will be the best-ever yet.


Eraman aims for 5%-10% sales growth

ERAMAN Malaysia, a subsidiary of Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd and the country's largest airport retailer, expects 5%-10% growth in sales this year.


Minor defect in KLIA baggage handling system

A minor defect caused the baggage handling system at the KL International Airport in Sepang to malfunction briefly on Saturday morning, the fourth such incident since December, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.


Malaysia Airports sales higher at RM935mil for 2002

MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Bhd said its 2002 sales rose to RM935.271mil from RM896.144mil in 2001 as airport services and retail business improved.


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Malaysia Airports consortium to build Indian airport

Hyderabad's greenfield airport, to be built by a consortium led by GMR Vasavi Infrastructure Ltd and Malaysia Airports Holding Bhd (MAHB), seems to have finally got the green signal.


MAHB sees RM20mil in F1 tickets sales

MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), the owner and operator of the Sepang International Circuit, expects to fetch about RM20mil from sales of Formula One tickets this year.

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RTM gain rights to broadcast Formula One races this year

Radio Television Malaysia (RTM) has been appointed the host broadcaster for the Formula One Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang F1 Circuit from March 21-23.


Company offers private aviation services in Subang

Private and corporate aircrafts operating at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (SAAS) Airport need no longer depend on maintenance facilities offered by neighbouring countries with the emergence of d#8217;nest Aviation Services.