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DTS Aircraft Maintenance Training Centre [DAMTC] Commencement of Operation at Senai Airport.

The establishment of DAMTC Senai Airport has remarked a new partnership between Senai Airport and Dilog Training and Services Sdn Bhd [DTS]. Established in 2006, DTS is the First Approved Training Organization [ATO) approved under DCA Malaysia’s new part 147 and licensing system, Part 66. DTS is the hub that provides the most complete aircraft maintenance training for Malaysia’s aviation industry. As the first intake for DAMTC Senai has been made on 10th August 2015, DAMTC is committed to supply workplace-ready manpower to cater the continuously growing aviation industry in Malaysia.

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New BMW Group Parts Distribution Centre Malaysia Ground Breaking Ceremony.

Pan Asia Logistics and BMW Group Malaysia held a Ground Breaking Ceremony for the construction of its new BMW group Parts Distribution Centre Facility on 8th September 2015 in the Senai Airport Free Industrial Zone [SAFIZ). Located on a plot of land of 25 acres, the new facility will replace the current existing Parts Distribution Centre Facility for the BMW Group which is located Within the Free Trade Zone Of Port Tanjung Pelepas , Johor Bahru.

The new BMW group Parts Distribution Centre Facility will be a state of the art logistics warehouse and parts distribution centre for the premium automaker, supporting over 22 countries in the region. The new property will be built in two phases; the earlier soon-to-be completed by 2016 with approximated size of 530,000 sq ft, meanwhile the second phase approximated 231,000 sq ft expected to be completed by 2019.

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Making the Move to Senai Business Aviation Terminal ("SBAT")

Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd ("SATSSB") is proud to annouce the opening of its private and business jet terminal, Senai Business Aviation Terminal ("SBAT") effective 1st March 2015.

SATSSB aims to enhance the Business and General Aviaton's activities including its operational flow towards an efficient, effective and safe airport's atmosphere.

Visit here for more information. Should you require further clarification/assistance, kindly contact our SBAT team at

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Senai Airport Reached 2.3 Million Passengers in 2014

Senai International Airport has achieved a new record of 2.3 million passengers in 2014, the highest so far in its history. Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATSSB) would like to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation towards each of our valued passengers and business partners for your continuous supports and patronage to our airport. We will ensure that there will be continuous improvement in our services and hope to grow further with you in the coming years.

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Senai Airport Team Up to Clean Up

Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATSSB) has kicked off a cleaning campaign with the theme of 'Team Up to Clean Up' on the 17 December 2104. A full cleaning exercise were executed during the kick-off with 150 participants including of SATSSB's staff, Government Agencies, Airlines and Airport Retailers. The objective of this campaign is to encourage the airport community members to continously keep the airport and workplace environment clean and healthy.

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Senai Airport Under One Roof Futsal Tournament 2014

On the 29 November 2014, Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATSSB) has organised the 'Senai Airport Under One Roof Futsal Tournament 2014', a friendly futsal tournament for the Senai Airport community. The tournament received great support from the community with the participation of 12 teams from the Government Agencies, Airlines and SATSSB staff. Airasia Crew was named champion for the tournament followed by Interairlines (MAS&Firefly) as 2nd runner up and SATSSB AVSEC team running the third place. The tournament objective was to enhance and strengthen the relationship between the airport community through sports activity.

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Senai International Airport Received ISO Certifications

Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd has been certified the prestigious MS ISO/IEC 27001:2005 & MS ISO/IEC 27001:2007 Information Security Management System for Security Access and ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems ¨C Management of Aviation Security Services at Senai International Airport. The certificate was presented in the Majlis Sirim Industri 2014 which was held on the 21 November 2014 at Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa Kuala Lumpur.

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Updates on the Senai Airport Shuttle Bus Service

GOOD NEWS to all flyers!!! For improved service, there will be a departure every 1 hour for Senai Airport Shuttle bus effective on 1st August 2013.

This bus service will be plying JB Customs � JB Sentral � Senai Airport and vice versa.

Double good news to Air Asia guests, you will be entitled for FREE RIDE to and from Senai Airport. FREE e-ticket can be claimed from

For other Airlines� guests, please proceed to Senai Airport Shuttle bus counter at JB Sentral or Senai Airport Aeromall to buy bus tickets.

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Relocation of Airport Shuttle Service

Dear valued passengers,

Kindly be informed that effective from 11th June 2013, the Causeway Link Airport Shuttle Service will move its counter and bus stops from the Kotaraya Terminal Bus to JB Sentral.

For schedule and and more information kindly visit or call Tel: 07 - 599 8580

Thank you for using Senai International Airport � travelling convenient is utmost important for us.

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Hello Indonesia!

Now you can fly directly from Senai International Airport to Surabaya with AirAsia starting from October 2012. There will be four flights a week and in conjunction with the inaugural route to Surabaya, AirAsia offers promotional fares from as low as RM129 one way from Johor Bahru to Surabaya. Booking period is from 29 August 2012 until 4 September 2012 with the travel period from 19 October 2012 to 22 May 2013.

For bookings and more information kindly visit or call 600 85 8888.

Thank you for using Senai International Airport � travelling convenient is utmost important for us.

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Air Asia Web and Mobile Self Check-in

For continuous upgrading on services and travelling convenience; Air Asia's passengers are encouraged to use Web and Mobile Self Check-in facilities available now in Senai International Airport.

For more information, please visit: or

Thank you for using Senai International Airport � travelling convenient is utmost important for us.

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Check-in via MHmobile

To All MAS Passengers,

Kindly be informed that all domestic travellers flying with Malaysia Airlines (except infants, children below 12 years old and disabled passengers) can now conveniently use their web-enabled mobile phones to check-in at Senai International Airport.

No download is required to access the MHmobile application. Simply:
1. Connect to the Internet and open the web browser on the mobile phone or device
2. Go to and click on Check-in

For further details, please check with Malaysia Airlines or go to

Thank you for using Senai Airport as your preferred gateway.

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New Customs Currency Check At Senai Airport

Information To All Travellers:
Please be informed that The Royal Malaysian Customs Department has started their currency check starting 1st January 2010. The office situated just after the departure gate check area is now manned by Customs officers on 2 shifts till the last departure flight.

For information, anyone leaving the country with CASH in any CURRENCY and/or NEGOTIABLE BEARER INSTRUMENTS more than USD10,000 equivalent must declare the amount using form CUSTOMS No.22 available at the counter.

Failing to declare is an offence under the AMLATFA, which is liable to a fine not exceeding RM1,000,000 and/or imprisonment not exceeding a term of one year.

The offence may be compounded with a fine not exceeding RM500,000.

For enquiries and further information, please contact:

Public Relations Department
Royal Malaysian Customs Department HQ
Tel: 1-800-88-8855 or 03-8882 4803
E-mail: or

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)
Tel: 1300-88-5465

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Travel Alert : We are given to understand that the enhanced security checks at the Singapore immigration checkpoints may result in longer queue and heavier traffic at the immigration checkpoints. In view of this, intending passengers are advised to start their travel to the airport well ahead of their scheduled flight departure time to be able to check-in and board their respective flights. For further information, please visit Singapore's Immigration & Checkpoints Authority website.

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New Security Regulation On Hand Luggage For INTERNATIONAL BOUND PASSENGERS
In accordance with International Civil Aviation Organisation's (ICAO) security guidelines, Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATS) will be implementing new rules for liquids, aerosols and gels in hand-carry luggage with effect from 21st May 2007:

The maximum limit of 100 ml applies to:

1. Liquids, aerosols and gels carried in hand-carry luggage must be in containers with maximum capacity of 100ml / 100 grams / 3.4 oz EACH.

The maximum limit of 1 litre applies to:

2. The containers containing all liquids, aerosols and gels carried in hand-carry luggage are to be placed in a transparent, re-sealable plastic bag of a maximum capacity of ONE (1) LITRE in size, which are provided by the airport security at the screening point.

The containers must fit comfortably within the transparent plastic bag which should be completely sealed.

The maximum limit of 1 Piece applies to:

3. Only ONE (1) plastic bag per passenger can be permitted and shall be screened separately.

Medications, baby milk / food, and special dietary requirements needed on board are permitted in hand-carry luggage.

For reference, liquids are:

  • Liquid-based food, including drinks, soups, sauces, jams, yoghurts & syrups
  • Toiletries and cosmetics including contact lenses and contact lenses' solutions, eyedrops, eardrops, perfumes, deodorants, creams, toothpastes, mascaras, lip glosses, liquid foundations, balms, lotions, oils, shampoos, hair gels, shower gels and hand sanitisers
  • Aerosols and products in pressurized containers: such as shaving foams, hairsprays, spray deodorants, and face mists
  • Other items which are liquid-based.

Guidelines for Passengers

Due to the implementation of these new rules, passengers are advised to:

Before Check-In:

  • Check that all liquids meant for hand-carry luggage do not exceed the permitted volume (100 ml / 100 grams / 3.4 oz).
  • Liquids exceeding this volume are to be packed into the Check-In baggage.
  • Check-in at the airport at least 2 or 3 hours before flight (subject to airlines' requirements).


  • Get the plastic bag for free* from the airport security at the screening point.
  • Arrange all liquid containers in the plastic bag neatly and then seal the bag properly.
  • Surrender items that do not fit in the plastic bag to the security staff to be confiscated.
  • Screen the plastic bag separately from other hand-carry items.
  • Passengers may also be subject to random body search.
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Implementation of passenger security charge at Senai International Airport, Senai, Johor (Civil Aviation Act 1969 � Civil Aviation (amendment) Regulations 2006)
Passengers using airports in the country will have to pay a security charge of RM6 for international flights and RM3 for domestic flights from Jan 15 2007. The charge will be included in the cost of the air ticket, similar to the current passenger service charge. The said charge was being collected in accordance with Regulation 170A of the Civil Aviation (Amendment) Regulations. The security charge is applicable for all tickets issued on and after Jan 15 2007 but passengers who buy their tickets before Jan 15 2007 for travel on or after that date are not required to pay the charge. However, direct transit passenger proceeding on the same flight or who is not cleared to leave the airport area and infant below the age of two years are exempted from these charges.

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