SEREMBAN (Aug. 22): Commercial airlines have been asked to inform their passengers of the training for the Merdeka in the fastest possible time after the closure of the airspace above and around the KL International Airport (KLIA) and klia2. Day airshow.
Transport minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said that this would enable passengers to plan their journey again.
He said that the closure of the airspace above and around the KLIA and klia2 would last only 90 minutes every morning for five days from 27 to 31 August each morning.
"It is to make way for the training for the airshow on the independence day by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) So far there has been no cancellation of the flight.
"I hope all airlines will inform their passengers about this and plan their flights again," he told the reporters at the presentation of the Jalur Gemilang program here today.
Excluding, Loke said it was not the first time that the airspace was closed for such a party.
"I hope that the public can also cooperate, because this was inevitable while celebrating our Independence Day," he said.
Yesterday, the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) announced that the airspace above and around the KLIA and klia2 will be closed for five days from 27 to 31 August for five days for 90 days for training for the air show by the RMAF. .
In another development, Loke said that the ministry had identified a new method for operating the automated enforcement system (AES) and that it would soon be announced.
"I will first have a meeting with the Road Transport department before I finalize it," he said.
Previously, Loke announced that the concession contract of the two companies operating the AES would expire at the end of this month and that the government would not renew their contract, as RTD would take over the full AES activities from 1 September.
All summons issued under the AES since 2012 has also been canceled, he said.
On the cancellation of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project, Loke said that the government would improve the existing railways to ensure a more effective transport network for the people in the east coast states.
"Although the ECRL has now been canceled, we guarantee that the people on the east coast will not be neglected and that they will get a more effective transport network," he added.