Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport (IATA: KUA, ICAO: WMKD), also known as Kuantan Airport is an airport that is located in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. It is located just 15 km from Kuantan. The airport also serves as the Royal Malaysian Air Force base. In 2008, Tourism Malaysia and Taiwan inked a deal of 23 chartered direct flights between Taipei to Kuantan Airport, resulting in Kuantan Airport being the first airport in East Coast Peninsular Malaysia to operate international flights.
Kuantan Airport is also used as a military airport with a military base that houses No. 6 Squadron (BAE Hawk) and also No. 19 Squadron (MiG-29).
The airport is located in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia.
Airport Technical Details
Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport
|Airport type:||Public / Military|
|Owner:||Government of Malaysia|
|Operator:||Malaysia Airport Holdings Berhad (MAHB)|
|Time zone:||Malaysia Standard Time (MST), UTC +08:00|
- Number: 18/36
- Length: 2,804 m / 9,199 ft
- Material: Asphalt
The following airlines operate flights regularly to/from Kuantan Airport:
- Firefly (Penang, Singapore)
- Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur)
- Malindo Air (Kuala Lumpur, Subang)
Flight Schedule (Arrivals)
Flight Schedule (Departures)
|MH 1263||Malaysia Airlines||6:30 AM||KUL||Daily|
|MH 1269||Malaysia Airlines||10:35 AM||KUL||Daily|
|MH 1281||Malaysia Airlines||7:50 PM||KUL||Daily|
The facilities in the airport are quite basic. The airport does not even have a Jetway as passengers need to walk to terminals upon disembarkation from their plane.
- Car park (outdoor)
- Taxi stand
There is no accident or incident recorded at the Kuantan Airport.
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