Riding high on the remarkable success of SkyPark Terminal 3, Subang SkyPark endeavoured to expand its operations and thus began the planning to reconstruct the Terminal 2.
    This next phase of development will entail the refurbishment of the former Terminal 2 (T2) of the SAAS airport into an extension of the SkyPark Terminal 3. With T2, a new 59-year concession agreement has been signed mid-2013 with an estimated investment of RM170 million. Works are scheduled to commence mid-2016 with an estimated construction period of 24 months.
    With a terminal extension of 320,000 sq ft, the project will include airport facilities and services and a multilevel car park of 400,000 sq ft with 1,155 bays. The extension will also include an entertainment/event deck that overlooks the runway, a first of its kind, open to public, in Malaysia.
    The recent increase in corporate aviation in the region has driven SkyPark to expand its Business Aviation Centre facilities. The development of the expansion to the SkyPark Business Aviation Centre is scheduled to commence in mid-2016 with an investment cost of RM5milllion. The 15,000 sq ft centre will cater to the discerning needs of high-end business travellers and high net-worth individuals with state of the art luxury lounges, meeting rooms and other facilities, while providing total privacy and high security.
    SKYPARK COMMERCIAL NEXUS is a mixed development commercial project on a 5.13 hectare plot adjoined to the main terminal. Estimated to cost RM250 million, among the proposed highlights of the Nexus would be a hotel, entertainment and F&B outlets, aviation museum, a hypermart and an aviation theme park. A multi-storey car park is also included. Construction work is expected to commence in Q2 of 2016.
    The soon-to-be introduced railway line, the SkyPark Link, with its new Electrified Double-Track Branch Commuter Line route from Subang Jaya, with a station stop at SkyPark will connect SkyPark Subang to KL Sentral. The initial phase of 8 km is almost completed and work on the second/final phase is expected to commence soon. The rail link would also become a catalyst for the development of the MIAC and SkyPark as a major logistic hub of the region by effectively linking rail, road and air facilities thus rendering SkyPark Subang as a fully integrated and complete multimodal transport hub. It would serve to meet the ever increasing demand for connectivity and transportation in the region.