About Melaka Airport
Built in 1952, Melaka Airport serves the city and the state of Malacca, as well as northern Johor. Formerly known as Batu Berendam Airport, the airport is located 10km from the historic town of Malacca and occupies 141 acres (0.57 km2) of land.
In May 2009, a new terminal, which can accommodate up to 1.5 million passengers per year, was opened to cater to the increase in business and leisure travellers to Malacca.
The airport is also used as the base of the Malaysian Flying Academy (MFA), which has been operating out of the airport since 1987.
UPDATES ON DISRUPTED HYDRANT FUELLING SERVICES AT klia2 Safety and wellbeing of passengers are top priority
13 October 2016
SEPANG – Malaysia Airports is pleased to provide the first update on the disrupted hydrant fuelling services situation at klia2. Subsequent to the emergency briefing with the affected airline, AirAsia X and KAFS, the operator for the fuelling aviation system, held...