Malaysia Airports wants to lift passenger spending at its showcase Kuala Lumpur International by 50%. Speaking at the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation's 2006 Outlook Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airports Holdings MD Seri Bashir Ahmad unveiled a plan to improve retail offerings by finding new uses for underutilized assets, such as the possible construction of a theme park on vacant land adjacent to the airport, to boost nonaeronautical revenues. On the other hand, Airports Council ...

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