KLIA - KL International Airport, Kuala Lumpur

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    KLIA International Departures

    by machomikemd Written Jun 28, 2014

    Again, KLIA has a common Domestic and International Departure area at Level 5 of the Main Terminal Building, but the Islands A and B are for the exlusive use of Malaysian Airlines check in for both Domestic and International Flights. Islands C up to M are the International Check In Counters for International Legacy Airlines like Emiratres, KLM, Philippine Airlines, Thai Airways, etc.

    after checking in, you will go down to level 4 for security and Immigration and then head towards the international gate lounges at the mezzanine level of the contact pier if your flight is on Gates A or B or proceed to the Aerotrain to go to the Satellite Terminal if your flights are on Gates G or H.

    KLIA was opened in 1998 and replaced the Subang International Airport to be the Main Gateway to Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia. At Present, KLIA and it's Satellite Terminal handles International and Domestic Flights from Legacy Airlines around the World and is the Main Hub of National Carrier Malaysian Airlines (MAS) while the newly opened KLIA 2 is the Low Cost Terminal Hub for Low Cost and Budget Airlines (both International and Domestic) and is the hub of Air Asia.

    KLIA is composed of the Main Terminal Building where the Arrivals and Departures (Both Domestic and International) converge and the There are a total of 216 check-in counters, located in 6 different islands, identified by the letters A – M (excluding I) of which A and B are for Domestic Departures. Multi check-in services are available, designed for the use of all passengers arriving, departing or in transit. The Contact Pier, where the Domestic Gates and International flights coming from South East Asia are docked and the gates are marked as A and B for domestic flights (same side as the Main Terminal Building) and G and H for international flights (located at the Opposite Side of the Main Terminal Building, of which a glass wall at the third level separate these two rows of gates on opposite sides of the Contact Pier.

    The Satellite Building Handles international flights departing and arriving at KLIA for other parts of Asia and the World, The Gates here are Prefixed C and there are 27 boarding gates and it connected to the Main Terminal Building and Contact Pier via the Aerotrain that ends at the Level 4 of the Contact Pier.

    The Airport has connections to KLIA 2 and Kuala Lumpur Via the KLIA Transit and KLIA Express Train.

    Islands C to M are international check ins check in after immigration duty free shops and to departure gates waiting for flight
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    KLIA Domestic Departures

    by machomikemd Updated Jun 28, 2014

    Both the International and Domestic Departure Check In Counters are located at the Departure Level of KLIA, howeve, BOTH International and Domestic Departure Check In Counters of Malaysian Airlines (other Malaysian Domestic Airlines use KLIA 2 as they are Low Cost Carriers) are on Islands A and B only and the rest are for OTHER international airlines check ins. The Departure area is on Level 5 of Main Terminal Building.

    after checking in, Take the escalator down to the arrival level (Level 3) and then proceed to the link bridge to the domestic concourse to the arrival level contact pier and go to your relevant gate lounge to await your flight.

    KLIA was opened in 1998 and replaced the Subang International Airport to be the Main Gateway to Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia. At Present, KLIA and it's Satellite Terminal handles International and Domestic Flights from Legacy Airlines around the World and is the Main Hub of National Carrier Malaysian Airlines (MAS) while the newly opened KLIA 2 is the Low Cost Terminal Hub for Low Cost and Budget Airlines (both International and Domestic) and is the hub of Air Asia.

    KLIA is composed of the Main Terminal Building where the Arrivals and Departures (Both Domestic and International) converge and the There are a total of 216 check-in counters, located in 6 different islands, identified by the letters A – M (excluding I) of which A and B are for Domestic Departures. Multi check-in services are available, designed for the use of all passengers arriving, departing or in transit. The Contact Pier, where the Domestic Gates and International flights coming from South East Asia are docked and the gates are marked as A and B for domestic flights (same side as the Main Terminal Building) and G and H for international flights (located at the Opposite Side of the Main Terminal Building, of which a glass wall at the third level separate these two rows of gates on opposite sides of the Contact Pier.

    The Satellite Building Handles international flights departing and arriving at KLIA for other parts of Asia and the World, The Gates here are Prefixed C and there are 27 boarding gates and it connected to the Main Terminal Building and Contact Pier via the Aerotrain that ends at the Level 4 of the Contact Pier.

    The Airport has connections to KLIA 2 and Kuala Lumpur Via the KLIA Transit and KLIA Express Train.

    common departure area A & B islands for MAS Check In (Int & Domestic) to departure lounge to domestic gates waiting for flight
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    KLIA Domestic Arrivals

    by machomikemd Written Jun 28, 2014

    KLIA Domestic arrivals dock at the Gate A & B of the Contact Pier of the Main Terminal Building and is used excusively by Malaysian Airlines as the Low Cost Airlines like Air Asia and Malindo use the KLIA 2 terminal.

    After leaving the Gates A & B, you then go down to level 3 to the domestic Baggage claim and then proceed to ground transportation to Ride KLIA Express train or Pick Up by your tour guide via Bus or private van or ride the airport taxis or public buses to Kuala Lumpur.

    KLIA was opened in 1998 and replaced the Subang International Airport to be the Main Gateway to Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia. At Present, KLIA and it's Satellite Terminal handles International and Domestic Flights from Legacy Airlines around the World and is the Main Hub of National Carrier Malaysian Airlines (MAS) while the newly opened KLIA 2 is the Low Cost Terminal Hub for Low Cost and Budget Airlines (both International and Domestic) and is the hub of Air Asia.

    KLIA is composed of the Main Terminal Building where the Arrivals and Departures (Both Domestic and International) converge and the There are a total of 216 check-in counters, located in 6 different islands, identified by the letters A – M (excluding I) of which A and B are for Domestic Departures. Multi check-in services are available, designed for the use of all passengers arriving, departing or in transit. The Contact Pier, where the Domestic Gates and International flights coming from South East Asia are docked and the gates are marked as A and B for domestic flights (same side as the Main Terminal Building) and G and H for international flights (located at the Opposite Side of the Main Terminal Building, of which a glass wall at the third level separate these two rows of gates on opposite sides of the Contact Pier.

    The Satellite Building Handles international flights departing and arriving at KLIA for other parts of Asia and the World, The Gates here are Prefixed C and there are 27 boarding gates and it connected to the Main Terminal Building and Contact Pier via the Aerotrain that ends at the Level 4 of the Contact Pier.

    The Airport has connections to KLIA 2 and Kuala Lumpur Via the KLIA Transit and KLIA Express Train.

    The Airport is located at Jalan KLIA at Selangor, Malaysia

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    KLIA International Arrivals

    by machomikemd Updated Jun 28, 2014

    if you are arriving from International Flight and on a domestic connecting flight to other destinations in Malaysia, feel free to see my separate International to Domestic Tranfer tip here at KLIA.

    International Arrivals either dock at the Contact Pier (for flights from South East Asia) or at the Satellite Building (Rest of the World) and you either walk to level 4 via the contact pier or arrive on it via the Aerotrain (from Sattelite Terminal) and then proceed to the Main Large Hall at the Center where there are escalators to the Arrival area, Immigration and Baggage Claim and finally Ground Transportation for either riding KLIA Express or being fetched by your tour guide or riding a taxi or public airport bus to Kuala Lumpur.

    KLIA was opened in 1998 and replaced the Subang International Airport to be the Main Gateway to Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia. At Present, KLIA and it's Satellite Terminal handles International and Domestic Flights from Legacy Airlines around the World and is the Main Hub of National Carrier Malaysian Airlines (MAS) while the newly opened KLIA 2 is the Low Cost Terminal Hub for Low Cost and Budget Airlines (both International and Domestic) and is the hub of Air Asia.

    KLIA is composed of the Main Terminal Building where the Arrivals and Departures (Both Domestic and International) converge and the There are a total of 216 check-in counters, located in 6 different islands, identified by the letters A – M (excluding I) of which A and B are for Domestic Departures. Multi check-in services are available, designed for the use of all passengers arriving, departing or in transit. The Contact Pier, where the Domestic Gates and International flights coming from South East Asia are docked and the gates are marked as A and B for domestic flights (same side as the Main Terminal Building) and G and H for international flights (located at the Opposite Side of the Main Terminal Building, of which a glass wall at the third level separate these two rows of gates on opposite sides of the Contact Pier.

    The Satellite Building Handles international flights departing and arriving at KLIA for other parts of Asia and the World, The Gates here are Prefixed C and there are 27 boarding gates and it connected to the Main Terminal Building and Contact Pier via the Aerotrain that ends at the Level 4 of the Contact Pier.

    The Airport has connections to KLIA 2 and Kuala Lumpur Via the KLIA Transit and KLIA Express Train.

    The Airport is located at Jalan KLIA at Selangor, Malaysia

    arrival immigration baggage claim to KLIA Express or to Ground Level for pick up go to the center, go down to immigration, customs
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    KLIA2 to Kuala Lumpur

    by lotharscheer Updated Jun 12, 2014

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    KLIA2 has replaced the lowcost terminal LCCT
    The fastest way to go from KL Sentral station to KLIA2 and KLIA is KLIA Ekspres
    RM 35 and 33 minutes
    The cheapest is KTM Komuter from KL Sentral to Nilai Komuter station then with a feeder bus to KLIA2
    RM4.70 + RM1.50 and 40 + ~ 20 minutes
    Skybus has frequent buses from KLIA2 to KL Sentral for RM 8 and 75 minutes, Aerobus presumably as well, Starshuttle to Puduraya bus terminal fr RM 12.
    There are also buses to Ipoh, Kuantan, Malakka etc.

    http://skybus.com.my/schedule/

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    International to Domestic Transfers (1)

    by machomikemd Updated May 31, 2014

    part one of my tips with pictures if exiting Malaysian Airlines Plane from Main Terminal Building.

    if you are like us, with connecting flights from KLIA to other Airports in Malaysia here are some valuable tips:

    1) If with domestic connecting flights and boarding passes using Malaysian Airlines (you can get your domestic connecting boarding pass besides the boarding pass going to KLIA once you check in in your place of origin using Malaysian Airlines).

    a) if arriving at from satellite terminal (flights from europe, rest of asia, africa, americas and middle east), proceed to the Aerotrain to Main Terminal Building and then

    EXIT LEFT if using the LEFT SIDE AEROTRAIN! and go down the escalators to the separate immgration and customs counters for domestic transfer passengers, after clearing, proceed to the domestic departure gates and board your flight. (if you EXIT RIGHT after the Aerotrain, you will go to the main Immigration area and customs and then longer lines and then go to the domestic departure area to check in, thereby wasting valuable TIME!).

    if using the RIGHT SIDE AEROTRAIN, the reverse is true!

    b) if arriving at from main terminal building (flights from Southeast Asia) via the LEFT SIDE of the Main Terminal, proceed to the center of the terminal and EXIT RIGHT (there are signs telling you of the domestic transfers) or to the Aerotrain Area and again EXIT RIGHT, going down the escalators to the separate immigration and customs area, then proceed to your domestic departure gates. again, if you EXIT LEFT at the Center of the Main Terminal Buidling, you will go to the main Immigration area and customs and then longer lines and then go to the domestic departure area to check in, thereby wasting valuable TIME!).

    if arriving at the main terminal buidling (flights from Southeast Asia) via the RIGHT SIDE of the Main Terminal, the REVERSE is TRUE.

    2) if arriving at KLIA via a foreign airline (non budget airline) and having Malaysian Airlines domestic transfer tickets (all of them arrive at the Satellite Terminal) proceed to Malaysian Airlines Boarding Pass Counter to get your boarding pass and gate number then proceed to the Aerotrain to Main Terminal Building and then

    EXIT LEFT if using the LEFT SIDE AEROTRAIN! and go down the escalators to the separate immgration and customs counters for domestic transfer passengers, after clearing, proceed to the domestic departure gates and board your flight. (if you EXIT RIGHT after the Aerotrain, you will go to the main Immigration area and customs and then longer lines and then go to the domestic departure area to check in, thereby wasting valuable TIME!).

    if using the RIGHT SIDE AEROTRAIN, the reverse is true!

    arrive at main terminal building go to center of building exit right if coming from left side of terminal go down escalators separate immigration & customs to domestic desk
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    International to Domestic Transfers (2)

    by machomikemd Updated May 31, 2014

    part two of my tips with pictures if exiting Malaysian Airlines Plane or foreign full service Airline from Satellite Building.

    if you are like us, with connecting flights from KLIA to other Airports in Malaysia here are some valuable tips:

    1) If with domestic connecting flights and boarding passes using Malaysian Airlines (you can get your domestic connecting boarding pass besides the boarding pass going to KLIA once you check in in your place of origin using Malaysian Airlines).

    a) if arriving at from satellite terminal (flights from europe, rest of asia, africa, americas and middle east), proceed to the Aerotrain to Main Terminal Building and then

    EXIT LEFT if using the LEFT SIDE AEROTRAIN! and go down the escalators to the separate immgration and customs counters for domestic transfer passengers, after clearing, proceed to the domestic departure gates and board your flight. (if you EXIT RIGHT after the Aerotrain, you will go to the main Immigration area and customs and then longer lines and then go to the domestic departure area to check in, thereby wasting valuable TIME!).

    if using the RIGHT SIDE AEROTRAIN, the reverse is true!

    b) if arriving at from main terminal building (flights from Southeast Asia) via the LEFT SIDE of the Main Terminal, proceed to the center of the terminal and EXIT RIGHT (there are signs telling you of the domestic transfers) or to the Aerotrain Area and again EXIT RIGHT, going down the escalators to the separate immigration and customs area, then proceed to your domestic departure gates. again, if you EXIT LEFT at the Center of the Main Terminal Buidling, you will go to the main Immigration area and customs and then longer lines and then go to the domestic departure area to check in, thereby wasting valuable TIME!).

    if arriving at the main terminal buidling (flights from Southeast Asia) via the RIGHT SIDE of the Main Terminal, the REVERSE is TRUE.

    2) if arriving at KLIA via a foreign airline (non budget airline) and having Malaysian Airlines domestic transfer tickets (all of them arrive at the Satellite Terminal) proceed to Malaysian Airlines Boarding Pass Counter to get your boarding pass and gate number then proceed to the Aerotrain to Main Terminal Building and then

    EXIT LEFT if using the LEFT SIDE AEROTRAIN! and go down the escalators to the separate immgration and customs counters for domestic transfer passengers, after clearing, proceed to the domestic departure gates and board your flight. (if you EXIT RIGHT after the Aerotrain, you will go to the main Immigration area and customs and then longer lines and then go to the domestic departure area to check in, thereby wasting valuable TIME!).

    if using the RIGHT SIDE AEROTRAIN, the reverse is true!

    get boarding pass at MAS Counter ride aerotrain if using right aerotrain, EXIT RIGHT to domestic go down escaators clear immgration counter then go to domestic gate
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    KLIA 2

    by machomikemd Written May 31, 2014

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    as of May 2, 2014, the new KLIA 2 was opened for the budget airlines, replacing the low cost terminal located at the other side of the parallel runway. it now houses the budget airlines coming and going from both local and international routes and is connected to KLIA via the KLIA Express train. I hope to try get a budget airline next time I go to KL to see the inside of this brand new airport.

    according to wikipedia:

    klia2 has a built-up area of 257,000 sqm with 68 departure gates, 8 remote stands, 80 aerobridges, plus a retail space of 35,000 sqm to accommodate a total of 160 retail and food and beverage outlets throughout the main terminal, with additional 170 retail and dining outlets at the adjoining Gateway@klia2 complex. There are 4 check-in islands with a total of 128 Common User Passenger Processing System (CUPPS) check-in counters, identified by alphabets S to Z. There are also 55 self-service check-in kiosks. There are 14 Royal Malaysian Customs checkpoints at klia2, with 7 located each at the Arrivals and Departures halls respectively.[5] The terminal has an airport sky bridge, the first such structure in Asia and the third in the world.[6]

    Boarding gates are located in 5 piers, indicated by the letters J and K for domestic flights, and L, P and Q for international flights. Piers J, K and L are connected directly to the main terminal building, while Piers P and Q are accessible via the skybridge. Piers K and L are physically the same pier and share the same gates, but with waiting lounges on different levels (Level 1A for K and Level 2 for L). For international flights, the access door from Pier K is sealed off, while for domestic flights, the access door from Pier L is sealed off instead.

    at present the budget airlines coming and going here are air asia (both international and domestic and local air asia subsidiaries like Air Asia Thailand or Air Asia Indonesia), air asia x, malindo air, air asia zest, cebu pacific, lion air and Tiger Air

    address is: 64000 KLIA, Sepang, Selangor, MALAYSIA

    klia 2 from the air seen from maju expressway klia 2
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    KLIA Low Cost Terminal

    by machomikemd Updated May 31, 2014

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    the terminal two or the Low Cost Carrier Terminal area of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is the base of operation of Air Asia of Tony Fernandes and is the flagship of the famous no frills budget airline and also is the entrance and exit of other budget and low cost airlines like silk air or cebu pacific air or jet star or Tiger Airways and a slew of other carriers. Why low cost terminal? well, it is specifically designed to suit the Low Cost Carrier (LCC) business model where it would have no travellators, escalators, aerobridges and would be able to have a shorter turnaround time. The LCC Terminal operates on a point-to-point travel basis in line with the low-cost travel business model. There is no interlining arrangement between the Low Cost Airlines at the LCC Terminal and other airlines that operate at the Main Terminal Building of KLIA. so this is the terminal of choice of budget no frills airlines so if you want to go to KL on the cheap then book on a budget airline of your choice.

    the Low Cost terminal is soon to be replaced by the brand new KLIA 2, situated nearer to KLIA 1.

    group pose to the LCC walking inside planes
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    KLIA2- new budget airport (replacement for LCCT)

    by xdaliv Written May 13, 2014

    KLIA2 is the new airport replacing LCCT which caters
    to AirAsia and other budget airlines. It is in operations so check with your flight if it is landing at LCCT (most probably not) or KLIA2.

    Good news - KLIA Transit Train from KL Sentral have a direct station in the middle of the mall (arrival floor)

    Shopping/ food opens late till 12 am or 24 hours. You won't starve. It's a mall with an attached airport.
    Up at departure and arrival floor.

    Luggage storage is right next to arrival hall. To the right when exiting. From departure, take the escalator down near starbucks/cha time.

    Parents with kids..There are plenty of changing/feeding room with hot water dispenser. around.

    Cons. For now I think. There were problems with ATMs. Probably haven't stock enough cash in.

    It's a huge place. Parents with kids. Beware of toys r us at arrival hall.

    Not all bus companies have started operations at KLIA2. Check location if purchasing tickets before travel.

    KLIA2 departure hall domestic and international arrival hall area luggage storage on the right outside arrival hall. passage to the mall/klia transit from arrival. 11pm! shops were still open
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    Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia

    by TrendsetterME Written Jun 9, 2013

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    "Kuala Lumpur International Airport" is Malaysia's main international airport and is also one of the major airports of South East Asia, giving it huge, even multinational, catchment area.

    KL City Air Terminal, sometimes known as Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal or KL CAT located at KL Sentral is a virtual extension of KL International Airport where city check-in services are provided. KL City Air Terminal is recognized by International Air Transport Association which carries IATA designation XKL.

    The Express Rail Link (ERL) is the fastest way to get to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) from the city centre. There are two ERL services and schedules – the KLIA Ekspres is a non-stop, direct train from Stesen Sentral to KLIA, while the KLIA Transit is a transit train which stops at two stations – Putrajaya and Salak Tinggi – enroute to KLIA. The journey to KLIA from Setesen Sentral and vice versa is only 28 minutes.

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    KL AIRPORT

    by davidjo Written Jun 18, 2012

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    Just want everyone to be aware that if you are changing flights in KL it can take quite a while to clear immigration as it can get real busy sometimes. Last year there was a huge queue and it took me an hour to get to the front. Also be aware that there is a main terminal and a low cost carrier terminal where the budget airlines are based and it can take 30 minutes (including time waiting for shuttle) to travel between the 2 on the free shuttle.

    Budget airlines, different terminal

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    Low-cost airlines don't go to and from KLIA!

    by berenices Written Nov 17, 2011

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    Don't make the mistake that I did - assuming that all airlines go to and from KL International Airport, because they don't! Thank goodness, I had a good 3 hours before my flight, so I had time to spare going from one airport to the other. Anyway, what is confusing is that they call this airport, LCC Terminal, or Low-Cost Carrier Terminal. I thought all along that this was just a terminal in KLIA -- as it is in most other countries, where they have a separate terminal for the low-cost flights, but still within the same airport. Wrong assumption!

    The LCC Terminal is far from KLIA, and it takes 20 minutes by bus from KLIA. The good thing is that there is a bus which goes frequently from KLIA to LCC, and the roads are good, without traffic practically as it is way outside the city center.

    Still, it is misleading and confusing -- and the dearth of information about LCC (and how to get there) is something that authorities should look into.

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    Is it worth it?

    by Assenczo Written Sep 8, 2011

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    How to arrive in Kuala Lumpur is a bit of a predicament if coming from Singapore. Considering the fact that the KL airport is 70km away from the center it does not make lots of sense to fly unless using AirAsia because of its inexpensive tickets. Once on the ground there are several options but AirAsia’s connections are again the best so you might even consider buying their bus transfer ticket as part of the airplane ticket and thus save same ringgits along the way. There are trains but apparently to get to them one has to board a bus first and then change somewhere down the road which makes it nonsense. The trains are better suited to the main airport terminal, not the low cost one where the base of AirAsia is. In the other direction, reaching the airport from downtown KL, there is the option of going all the way to the airport by taxi as well. The bus or train collection point downtown is KL Central (railway station) and naturally there is a need of a taxi ride to reach it. Despite the many warnings that taxis are metered and beyond any haggling, the magic still happens – the driver would offer a price for a ride all the way to the airport. Once in the comfortable environment of an air-conditioned car one starts to think of this possibility but saying yes as slowly as possible is going to lower the price to a very “competitive” rate – 40USD for 70 km suddenly sounds like a bargain.

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    Cebu Pacific

    by machomikemd Written May 11, 2011

    Cebu Pacific is one of the low cost carriers in the Southeast Asian Region (they say low cost instead of Budget Airlines, a play on terminology). It was started in 1996 in the Philippines by entreprenuer Lance Gokongwei, a Chinese-Filipino Taipan and is now the number one airline of the philippines, beating the flag carrier Philippine Airlines. The Airline boasts of having one of the youngest Airbus A 319 and A 32-0 fleets in the World at an average age of 4 years. It is one of the comptetitors of Air Asia, Silk Air, Tiger Airways, Jet Star and other budget airlines and as such they dock in the Low Cost Terminal area of KLIA. Book your flight 2 months in advance and it will only costs $ 120 US Dollars (all in) to fly to Kuala Lumpur. As in other Budget carriers, this is a no frills airline where only the rest room are free and even the bottled water you have to pay for.

    KUALA LUMPUR Ticket Offices:

    Skyzone Tours & Travel SDN BHD
    Lot 3.05-08, 3rd Floor, Shaw Parade,
    Changkat Thambi Dollah, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Tel No.: (603) 2118-7888
    Fax No.: (603) 2118-7899

    Bestour & Travel (M) Sdn Bhd
    Lot 3.10 3rd Flr. Wisma Cosway,
    Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Tel No.: (603) 2142-1741
    Fax No.: (603) 2143-2048

    Golden Deluxe Travel Service Agency Sd. Bhd.
    10-1 Jalan Khoo Teik Ee,
    Off Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel No.: (603) 2144-9888 / 6888
    Fax No.: (603) 2142-8631 / 603-2144-424

    at the LCC KLIA Plane inside flight attendants ok
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