KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 - Khazanah, which holds a stake in Malaysia Airports Bhd (MAHB), is against the proposed low cost carrier terminal at Labu, also known as KLIA-East.
Khazanah managing director Tan Sri Dato' Azman Mokhtar says that he does not support the Labu terminal and urged both parties to stick to the KLIA master plan.
He says that 10,000 hectares have been set aside for KLIA but only one third has been utilised.
"Air Asia and MAHB should resolve their issues," he said. "They should have hardware and software connectivity and enable seamless travel. The cluster of terminals must be together."
MAHB has proposed an alternative terminal to the one that Air Asia is pushing for. However, the cabinet has already given the go-ahead to Air Asia and its joint venture partner Sime Darby to go ahead with the KLIA-East terminal.