The government is not spending any money for the rebranding of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the Dewan Rakyat heard today.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke said the airport’s rebranding exercise from KLIA and klia2, to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, is being done by Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and had nothing to do with the government.
“MAHB requested for the matter to be considered. When I presented the memorandum to the cabinet to determine the operating agreements between the government and MAHB, this (the rebranding) was one of the things that they requested for. So we approved it.”
“The cost for rebranding does not involve any allocation from the ministry.”
“All costs for rebranding such as marketing, signages and others will be borne by MAHB,” he said during his ministry’s winding up session of the 2023 Supply Bill.
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