Malaysia Airports Reopens 6 Out of 9 Aircraft Bays
05 August 2014
Malaysia Airports has reopened six out of nine aircraft bays that were temporarily closed beginning 31 July 2014. This is based on the advice by Kuala Lumpur Aviation Fuelling System (KAFS) that aircraft bays K8 – K18 are declared safe to resume operations.
KAFS has also requested to perform further investigations on the other three bays, namely K2, K4 & K6. Therefore these bays will remain closed until further notice. Nevertheless, airport operations remain unaffected as there are sufficient bays for the airlines to park their aircrafts.
Malaysia Airports will continue to work very closely with KAFS, the airlines and other stakeholders in order to ensure that passengers are not inconvenienced.