MAHB

AcronymDefinition
MAHBMalaysia Airports Holdings Berhad
MAHBMontpellier Agglomération Handball (French: Montpellier Community Handball; Montpellier, France; est. 1982)
MAHBMichigan Association of Home Builders
MAHBMillennium Assessment of Human Behavior
MAHBMassachusetts Association of Health Boards
MAHBMajor Accidents Hazards Bureau
MAHBMemphis Area Home Builders Association (Memphis, TN)
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MAHB had announced in early May 2013 that the main contractor would be unable to complete klia2's main terminal building as per the earlier expected completion date of 28 June 2013.
In a filing with the Malaysian stock exchange, MAHB said: "A formal contract will be entered between the Qatari government, represented by the steering committee, and Malaysia Airports Consultancy Services tentatively by end of July 2013.
Andy Stephenson, GeoEye's senior regional director of GeoEye Asia in Singapore, said, "We are very pleased MAHB has chosen us to produce this first commercial airport database for their pilot project.
5 kilometres from KLIA and with an annual capacity of 50 million passengers-a-year, dwarfing the MAHB project's 30 million capacity.
The facility can reportedly handle Airbus A380 operations and, despite apparent protests from AirAsia, MAHB also offers airlines the option to use airbridges, indicating that KLIA2 is now viewed as more than just a low-cost carrier terminal.
Looking ahead, RAM Ratings notes that MAHB will incur about MYR 1.
MAHB said that the inaugural New Route Asia 2003 forum would provide an opportunity for it to promote the airport's services, facilities and traffic potential.
MAHB, which manages Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), said Qatar Airways will fly the route three times a week using its new A320 airbus.
Looking ahead, MAHB managing director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad bin Abdul Majid is hopeful that passenger numbers can increase in 2010, as airlines increase their capacity and continue to deliver new routes and services.
The programmed received participation from nearly 500 MAHB staff.
According to statement by MAHB's chief operating officer Datuk Abdul Hamid Mohammed Ali, MAHB is one of the companies invited to submit best and final offers for the contract.
MAHB introduced a five-year full waiver on parking and landing fees for new carriers and airlines which increased their frequencies by 30 April 2002.