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MAHB is aiming to develop Subang Airport as the preferred one-stop aerospace and business aviation hub in the Asia Pacific. The plan encompasses end-to-end services to support the operators with complete infrastructures, including developing leasable facilities, namely hangars, aircraft component repair workshops and aero-structure manufacturing facilities for third party operators. MAHB had previously eyed a total investment of USD 308 million for the concept master plan called ‘Subang Airport Regeneration Plan’. The investment will be over five years and will be internally generated, bank borrowings, and partnership from industry players. KLIA Aeropolis, a subsidiary of MAHB, has been tasked to undertake land development for MAHB's network of airports nationwide. Subang Airport's growth revenue is deemed 'tremendous' to MAHB and an important generator for the group's non-aeronautical revenue, according to KLIA Aeropolis Sdn Bhd (KASB) head Randhill Singh. "Subang Airport is among the seven profitable airports that help us (MAHB) in cross-subsidizing. This will further be enhanced by the Subang Airport Regeneration initiative that could potentially multiply Subang Airport's annual revenue by four times by 2030," he said in a virtual press conference entitled 'Rise of Subang Airport as Asia Pacific's Preferred MRO Hub'. Randhill said MAHB's finances would be reinforced, and cross-subsidization will be enhanced via the implementation of the Subang Airport Regeneration plan. He further said MAHB targeted between 60 per cent and 70 per cent contribution of non-aeronautical revenue from its profitable airports, which in turn reduce the pressure to increase airport tax. "We can use our nonaeronautical revenue to cross-subsidize the aeronautical cost and non-profitable airports,” Randhill said. “In Malaysia, aeronautical revenues, such as passenger service charge, aircraft parking and landing charges, are highly regulated and among the lowest in the world. The idea is to grow non-aeronautical and reduce reliance on aeronautical revenue. Hence, we need the government's approval quickly for a clear decision, and any delay will jeopardize the industry further," he cautioned. MAHB runs a network of 39 airports with several sizes and profiles nationwide. Of the total, only seven airports are profitable, and the remaining unprofitable airports, including shorttakeoff and landings (STOL ports), hinging on MAHB's cross-subsidizing model. MAHB's network of airports includes five international airports, 16 domestic airports and 18 STOLs (interior of Sabah and Sarawak). MAHB's profitable international airports include Kuala Lumpur International Airport and its second terminal, klia2, Penang, Langkawi, Kuching, and Kota Kinabalu, while the domestic airports include Subang (90 per cent-domestic) and Miri. #1149.12