Migration from Subang KLATCC to New KLATCC, KLIA,New KLATCCOn the 31st of August 2021, as we celebrate our Independence Day, another historical chapter began not only for the aviation industry but also for our nation. After a rigorous 24-hours mission, CAAM has successfully migrated operations of Malaysia’s new airspace structure to the new Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre (KLATCC) in Sepang, Selangor.The migration that took place at 2 am on 1st September 2021, marked a historical moment for the country’s aviation industry which saw the restructuring of the country’s airspace structure from 7 to 14 sectors. The new airspace structure is equipped with new airways, new departures and arrival standards and a new backend system. In addition to that, the new airspace structure will increase the landing capacity at KLIA from 78 to 108 aircrafts per hour, which is among the highest in the world. Furthermore, the redesign of the airspace will subsequently allow more aircraft movements per hour by fully utilizing the three runways available at KLIA simultaneously.