Bashir Ahmad Abdul Majid

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Y.Bhg Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad Abdul Majid (born 20 June 1949) served as Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad's (MAHB) Managing Director for 11 years from June 2003 till May 2014.[1] He further served another 2 years as Advisor to its Board of Directors. Bashir Ahmad oversaw the implementation of the six strategic pillars that transformed MAHB from a Government-linked entity to a publicly-listed company. Tan Sri Bashir also negotiated the restructuring exercise of MAHB in 2009, and the development and opening of KL International Airport's second terminal klia2 in 2014.[2][3]

Bashir Ahmad was succeeded by Y.Bhg Datuk Badlisham Ghazali in June 2014.[4] Prior to joining MAHB, Bashir Ahmad served as an advisor to Malaysia's Ministry of Transport for 2 years from November 2001 to June 2003.[5] Bashir Ahmad was also previously with Malaysia Airlines for 29 years holding various positions which include Director of Corporate Planning, Commercial Director, Senior Vice-President Commercial, and Executive Vice-President Airline.[6]


Bashir Ahmad was awarded the Order of Loyalty to the Crown of Malaysia in 2009 which carries the title of Y.Bhg Tan Sri. He was also previously conferred a state title Y.Bhg Dato' Seri.

Airports Council International

As Managing Director of Malaysia Airports, Bashir Ahmad was elected to the board of Airport Council International's (ACI) Asia-Pacific Region in Hong Kong during the 16th Regional Assembly in 2006. He later went on to serve as the Regional President for two 2 year terms and is currently serving as the Immediate Past President.[7]

Prior and during his elevation to Regional President, Bashir was also elected to ACI World's Board of Directors for two terms.