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Spending Plan Will Reportedly Improve Malaysian Airports

Over the next five years, Malaysia plans to implement a $5 billion spending plan that will help grow and streamline its crowded airports.

“There are other airports that have grown beyond capacity,” said Badlisham Ghazali, managing director of state-controlled Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd.

For instance, Ghazali mentioned Kuala Lumpur International Airport, claiming its “main terminal may require some upgrade.”

Per Bloomberg, the plan will reportedly also benefit regional airlines that are adding more routes and expanding their fleets.

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