SEPANG – Malaysia Airports has announced Berk Albayrak as the covering chief executive officer (CEO) to helm Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (ISG) following the resignation of Ersel Goral effective 27 April. The Board and the Management had expressed regrets on Goral’s departure and extend their gratitude to Goral for his valuable contribution and leadership at ISG from 2017.
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SEPANG – A total of 20 new international destinations and 80 additional domestic flights are expected to boost air travel further for the network of airports operated by Malaysia Airports including its Turkish asset, Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (ISG). Some of the new destinations include Hamburg, Basel, Zurich, Sarajevo, Copenhagen, Lyon, and Hannover for flights from ISG with up to 25 weekly frequencies. At KLIA, Malaysia’s flag carrier Malaysia Airlines has reinstated destinations such as London and Jakarta.
Passenger and aircraft movements doubled in the first 9 days in July compared to the last 9 days in June
SEPANG – Air travel in Malaysia is showing further signs of recovery in the first nine days of July 2020 compared to late June 2020 as the relaxation in travel restrictions continue into the second month.
SEPANG – In October 2020, Eurocontrol announced that Malaysia Airports’ overseas asset Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (IATA Code: SAW) in Turkey was ranked as the fifth busiest airport in Europe, registering a daily average of almost 500 flights. Eurocontrol is the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. The Malaysia Airports group’s sustainability is well supported by the encouraging recovery seen at SAW in the last several months. Since July 2020, passenger traffic at SAW contributed more than 50% to the group’s total.