The Malaysian government has approved a plan that would redevelop Subang Airport (Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport) into a premium city airport.

Recently announced by Malaysia's Transport Minister Anthony Loke, the plan – named the Subang Airport Regeneration Plan (SARP) – was recently presented and approved by Malaysian Cabinet.

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