Officially launched by the then Deputy Prime Minister and now Prime Minister YAB Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak on 28 October 2009, the RM45 million project witnessed the rebirth of a heritage airport commonly referred to as Subang Airport or Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. Catering to the growing industry of private aviation, it also serves as a hub to community airlines, being the main base for domestic commercial turbo-prop operations viz. Firefly, Malindo Air. The convenient city airport with its ultra-modern sophisticated architecture and fully equipped state-of-the-art facilities and services is now fast becoming an attractive lifestyle destination, catering to the large residential and working base surrounding it, offering an outstanding choice selection of dining, shopping and service and leisure outlets sans traffic jams and parking space hassles. Since its inception of handling 300,000 passengers in 2008, SkyPark passenger numbers has increased TEN fold to 3million passengers in mid-2015.  By year 2020, this figure is anticipated to hit the 5million mark.  This aviation hub is less than 30 minutes by car from the heart of Kuala Lumpur, hence making it the ideal gateway to Kuala Lumpur city.
Malindo Airline
    Through its FBO services, SkyPark BAC has today become synonymous with the business aviation world, encompassing the private and corporate aviation sectors.  With its sleek sophistication  and state-of-the-art facilities at its BAC that’s fit for royalty, celebrities, world leaders and high net worth individuals, SkyPark BAC offers best in the class services and amenities ranging from luxury lounges, cigar room and F&B services to gymnasium, prayer room and crew rest rooms.  SkyPark FBO is also well geared to provide connectivity to other locations for business and leisure.  Exclusive event management service is another forte of SkyPark BAC, being a favourite venue for elite functions of the rich and famous.
    In addition, the SkyPark BAC, in line with the increased emphasis on global security, also boasts in-house customs, immigration, quarantine and security (or CIQS) services, thereby increasing convenience and enhancing the service level to users of this 5-star facility, where an average of 30 private jet movements are handled per day.
    An integral component of the Malaysian International Aviation Centre (MIAC), the SkyPark Regional Aviation Centre (RAC) is a comprehensive and integrated Hangarage complex built on a 30-acre lot, consisting 5 units of Hangars and a 2-storey service building.  The SkyPark RAC well caters to the current major shortage of corporate aviation hangars in the region with its provision of state-of-the-art facilities and services.