I immediately thought that now MAHB has more money, then it could further upgrade airport facilities around the country so that things such as this would not happen again,
That was on July 3.
Air traffic control should not have even a bit of glitch as airports could not afford such things.
Planes could crash and people could die, okay.
As I previously wrote, when it comes to aviation, safety is paramount and there should not be even the slightest error.
Hopefully MAHB will use the extra money they received at the court to make things better at our airports, which it has a near monopoly.
It's good for business anyway.
See, AirAsia actually announced this just a day before their planes were grounded at the Melaka International Airport due to the air traffic control "glitch",
Hopefully they were not deterred by what happened.
The way I see it, if MAHB can spend more to improve the airports, then I think the airlines will be more enthusiastic to increase their flights.
This among others will further boost tourism, which is good for Malaysia as a whole.
By the way, this is the latest list of
Yup, at the very top is Singapore's Changi Airport.
|Inside Singapore's Changi Airport|
Unfortunately, as reported here
And then we also have
Well, I think we should do something about this.
After all, we and visitors to our country are paying all sorts of taxes to fly from our airports.
We definitely can use some of that money to improve our airports, I think.
This is even more so now that the government is planning to introduce a departure levy for all those flying off to another country from our airports.
We shouldn't go around charging levy on tourists who are leaving our country from a crummy airport, right?
If the airport is number one in the world like Singapore's Changi, then maybe that's okay lah.
Otherwise, many tourists will just think that we are not so welcoming and don't want to come here again.