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Submitted by eyeonmiri on Tue, 2014-02-25 17:48. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Statistics | Tourism
Recompilation of Mulu Airport data for 2008 - 2013 passenger traffic figures.
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Thu, 2014-02-06 09:42. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Special interests | Statistics
Mulu Airport data for 2012 and 2013 passenger traffic saw a noticeable decrease from year 2010 and 2011, but still higher than 2008 figures.
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Wed, 2014-02-05 14:39. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Special interests | Statistics
The statistics are out: The Miri Airport total number of passengers for 2013 have increased by 362,348 compared with the year 2011 and 177,445 compared with 2012. The increase of in December 2012 is the highest traffic ever recorded, numbering 236,638 for that month alone. The Miri Airport is built to handle 2 million passengers annually, and for 2013, reached over 2.2 million.
However, passenger traffic for Mulu Airport have dropped by 13,966 compared to 2011 numbers.
Miri Airport Passenger Total Statistics
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Sun, 2013-05-26 14:36. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Special interests | Statistics
Miri enters The Malaysia Book of Records! From the event Malaysian Book of Records Attempt of Longest Philately Miri now holds the longest philately line of 696.89m made from over 28,000 items at the Miri Civic Centre in Malaysia.
The attempt is the brainchild of antique collector Lucas Johnny and supported by Pustaka Miri and Miri City Council (MCC). The team effort of 34 individuals and six groups from SK Anchi, Miri Hospital, Sedidik Lembah Hijau and Pustaka Miri. They contributed a total of 28,613 items comprising stamps, first-day covers and postcards. The minimum size required by the record book is about the size of an A3 paper.
The final line was completed on Friday. The “Philately Exhibition” is now being held at Pustaka Miri until May 31.
The public is welcome to visit from 10am to 6pm daily except on public holidays.