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Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad - Investor Relations Introduction

Introduction



Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (Malaysia Airports) was incorporated as a public listed company in the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad since 1999. Upon its incorporation, Malaysia Airports became the first airport operator in Asia and the sixth worldwide to be listed in a stock exchange.

Malaysia Airports currently operates and manages 39 airports in Malaysia that include 5 international and 16 domestic airports, and 18 short take-off and landing (STOL) ports.

Expanding its expertise internationally, Malaysia Airports also operates and manages three overseas airports. These airports are Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad in India, and Sabiha Gokcen International Airport in Turkey.

Malaysia Airports is inspired to be a world-class airport business with a mission to provide world class aviation gateways, to manage cost-effective airport network and services, and to exceed the expectations of customers, shareholders and other stakeholders.

As the main operator of airports in Malaysia, our core activities include the management, operation, maintenance and development of airports, both in aeronautical and in non-aeronautical component. Malaysia Airports’ aeronautical revenue comes from landing fees, aerobridge charges, check-in counter charges, parking fees and passenger service charges. Non-aeronautical revenue base is from commercial activities, which include duty free and other retail operations, hotel operations, free commercial zone operations, commercial space leases and management of parking facilities.

Awards and accolades received by Malaysia Airports is testament to its success and achievements as the main airport operator and manager in Malaysia. Among the most prestigious awards received by Malaysia Airports was the IATA’s Eagle Awards for Best Airport in 2009, recognising its outstanding performance in customer satisfaction, cost-efficiency and continuous improvements. In 2010, Malaysia Airports received the recognition from Frost & Sullivan as the Airport Investment Company of the Year in the Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defence Awards for its expertise and stellar performance in management.

Malaysia Airports was also awarded an A+ Distinction Award in Malaysian Corporate Governance Index Awards in 2011 by the Minority Shareholder Watchdog Group (MSWG). This award is in recognition of our continuous effort to be diligent in our corporate governance best practices, in ensuring top quality of disclosures, ongoing financial sustainability and corporate responsibility efforts.

Malaysia Airports will continue to set benchmarks and reach milestones in its vision to be a World-Class Airport Business.

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