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Malaysia Airports was incorporated in 1991, when the Malaysian Parliament passed a bill to separate the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) into two entities with different spheres of responsibility. Since then, Malaysia Airports has taken off, with operating, managing and maintaining airports not only in Malaysia but overseas as well.



1991


Malaysia Airports is incorporated
 

1992


The Minister of Transportations licenses Malaysia Airports as Malaysia's official airport operator
 

1998


KL International Airport is opened
 

1999


Malaysia Airports is listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, becoming the first airport operator in Asia and the sixth in the world to be listed in a stock exchange
 

2004


50% of MoF(Inc) stake in Malaysia Airports is transferred to Khazanah, ending with 73% stake across the board
 

2006


Malaysia Airports is listed in Khazanah's Top 20 Government Linked Companies for high performance
 

2009


New Operating Agreements is signed for better operating practices
 

2012


The Airbus A380 begins operations in KLIA
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