Monday, 10 November 2008

Senai International Airport Expansion/Renovation

Senai Airport is the southernmost airport in Peninsula Malaysia. Many travellers to Singapore or Singaporean themselves use the airport to return to Johor Bahru or Sinagpore from Kuala Lumpur or other destination. Singaporeans especially those from Jurong area have been using the airport to go to their destination as it is nearer and cheaper than using Changi Airport especially with the opening of the Second Link linking Tuas (Singapore) to Senai (Airport) and the the North-South Highway.

As the number of air travellers has been increasing due to the presence of Air Asia, Firefly (subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines) and other Budget Airlines, the number of passengers using Senai International Airport has increased tremendously. To cope with the growing number of travellers, the airport is presently undergoing a major renovation.

It is hoped that the airport could provide air travellers with better facilities and faster check-in time with up-to-date facilities especially those taking long-haul flights..

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