The Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2)

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20 June 2016

“I’m thinking, why doesn’t this airport (MAHB) support us more? It’s a volume game. If I can take this from 24 million to 50 million (passengers per annum), who wins?”

‘MAHB does not understand low-cost business’ via

AirAsia chief regrets not being able to work together with MAHB to realise klia2’s potential as the low-cost carrier hub of Asia.

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes has expressed regret that the group could not work together with Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) to realise klia2’s potential as the low-cost carrier hub of Asia.

In an interview with New Straits Times, Fernandes, who is AirAsia group chief executive officer, gave the different priorities set by AirAsia and MAHB as the fundamental reason for tension between the two firms.

He added that MAHB also did not understand the low-cost business.

Fernandes, who has previously said that AirAsia would embark on a campaign to promote klia2 as LCCT2 or the low-cost terminal, said it was the perfect time to re-brand the airport due to the slowing global economy in China and Asean and weaker ringgit.

“The terminal is boring … There is no energy, no excitement, there is nothing … During the peak period, it is a nightmare because of the way the airport is designed,” Fernandes was quoted as saying.

He also questioned the structural defects such as cracks and water ponding in apron bays where aircraft are parked.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/06/20/mahb-does-not-understand-low-cost-business/

13 June 2016

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MAHB quashes AirAsia’s LCCT2 campaign plan

June 13, 2016

MAHB says klia2 is the registered name of the terminal under the International Air Transport Association and calling it by any other name will only be misleading and confusing to the public and passengers.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd says klia2 is neither an independent airport nor a hub but the KL International Airport’s (KLIA) second terminal and is a crucial component of the KLIA hub.

“Although klia2 is currently mainly used by low-cost carriers, it is designed to cater to all types of airlines as it supports the overall KLIA capacity,” the airport operator said in clarifying its position in regard to AirAsia’s plan to promote klia2 as LCCT2 and promoting it as a low-cost hub.

Elaborating further, MAHB said under its five-year business plan – Runway to Success 2020 – it is working to position KLIA as an integrated hub that would provide seamless connectivity between airlines, whether full service, hybrid or low-cost.

This is similar to other successful international hubs which rely on all types of airlines operating within a single airport system.

When klia2 was envisaged, it was meant to enhance KLIA’s connectivity and elevate its position as a competitive hub within the region.

The KLIA Main Terminal is connected worldwide to 1,026 destinations through 166 airlines, thus, klia2 is in good position to leverage this ready connectivity.

By virtue of this, it is crucial to view and position both the KLIA Main Terminal and klia2 together as the KUL Hub or an integrated airport system, instead of taking klia2 as an independent low-cost hub.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/06/13/mahb-quashes-airasias-lcct2-campaign-plan

AirAsia remains as the only airline that occupies 97 per cent of operations at the airport with an average of 37,000 guests daily.

Stop denying that klia2 is a low-cost hub, says Tony Fernandes

KUALA LUMPUR: Asia’s largest low-cost carrier, AirAsia has launched a campaign to recognise and rename klia2 to Low-cost Carrier Terminal 2 (LCCT2) to reinforce Kuala Lumpur’s position as the leading low-cost gateway to Asia and beyond.

The budget carrier’s group chief executive officer (CEO), Tan Sri Tony Fernandes urged Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) to stop denying the fact that klia2 is a low-cost hub.

“To me, klia2 doesn’t mean anything. LCCT2, on the other hand, is synonymous with low-cost. It’s a brand we built up together with Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd and it shouldn’t go to waste.. As we grow towards becoming the Dubai of Asia, we want the world to know that the best value fares are here in Malaysia,” Fernandes said in a statement today.

http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/06/151664/stop-denying-klia2-low-cost-hub-says-tony-fernandes

10 November 2015

FLOODING OUTSIDE, FLOODING INSIDE!

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Dear , the wet floor at the skybridge due to gutter clogging has been rectified.

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【国內】

吉隆坡第二国际机场终站因排水系统阻塞,导致部分地方积水,亚航集团首席执行员丹斯里东尼费南道斯“积水”情况放上个人推特。

工廠市場開發經理從印度公幹回國,出境後卻不察吉隆坡第二國際機場(KLIA2)走廊出現坑洞而被絆倒,以致右腳尾趾嚴重骨折並內彎曲,她當下向機場投訴,不過卻…….http://bit.ly/1NIQWH3

Market development manager of the factory from India returned from a business trip, after leaving the unsuspecting second Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA2) corridor potholes and tripped, so that serious fractures of toe of his right foot and bent, she now complained to the airport, but……. http://bit.ly/1NIQWH3
光明日報 Guang Ming Daily's photo.

klia2 is ‘safe for operations’, moving back LCCT not feasible, says MAHB – The Edge Markets

In a statement today, MAHB also said that moving back to the low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) is not a feasible option as the latter cannot cater to the current passenger traffic volume, which has reached 24 million passengers per annum (mppa) while the maximum capacity for LCCT was 15 mppa.

Only 2.3% of KLIA2 affected by poor soil condition, MAHB says

Only 2.3% of affected by poor soil condition, MAHB says

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July 28, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) said they followed the strict standards of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) when it came to the safety of Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2).

In a statement, MAHB said there was “no compromise” and that KLIA2 received the necessary certification confirming the airport’s safety. Moreover, it pointed out that only 2.3 per cent of the airport was affected by the poor soil condition that causes ponding and depression issue

“Safety is of utmost priority to us in Malaysia Airports and we adhere to a very stringent regulatory regime by the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA), in accordance to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) standards and recommended practices,” MAHB said.

MAHB also said they have a joint committee that was responsible for monitoring the airport’s safety aspects and the committee has met 27 times since the opening of KLIA2 in Malay last year.

http://www.todayonline.com/world/asia/only-23-klia2-affected-poor-soil-condition-mahb-says

Malay Mail Online

AirAsia mulls suing MAHB for damages to planes from ‘sinking’ KLIA2

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid

KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 — Asia’s biggest budget carrier AirAsia is considering court action against Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) operator Malaysian Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB) after claiming some of its planes were damaged by the terminal’s poor soil conditions, the airline’s chairman Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said today.

The outspoken magnate said he could no longer hide his frustration with MAHB’s management, which he described as incompetent for its lacklustre response to AirAsia’s repeated complaints about the various problems affecting the budget terminal.

“MAHB cannot keep sweeping things under the carpet. The board and the management has to be responsible. There is no safety issue at the moment, but let’s not wait for one to happen,” Fernandes told reporters at a government event here.

“In my 15 years of experience, we have never had what he had the other day. That was during Raya and the flight was delayed for eight hours.

“MAHB, the board and its CEO, they must start taking responsibility. We at AirAsia are weighing all our legal options and taking legal case against them is not out of the question,” he added.

Fernandes did not state the estimated losses the airline has incurred due to the damages to its planes as a result of soil issues at the terminal, but said it was enough to merit legal action.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/airasia-mulls-suing-mahb-for-damages-to-planes-from-sinking-klia2#sthash.1umYQYoX.dpuf

In an e-mail response to Bloomberg on the issue, the Transport Ministry headed by Liow Tiong Lai, explained that an independent audit committee was looking into the issue and would submit its findings “in due course”.

Free Malaysia Today

Tony slams MAHB for ‘ridiculous’ response to ponding issue

July 27, 2015

Tony Fernandes also laments that his CEO has to “waste her time” sorting out a problem that should not have occurred in the first place.

PETALING JAYA: The response given by MAHB that the persistent problem of water forming pools at KLIA2’s apron and taxiway as something that was “anticipated”, has angered Tony Fernandes, who described it as “ridiculous”.

In a tweet, the Group CEO of AirAsia, KLIA2’s biggest user, said, “The response from malaysia airports that this is to be expected is ridiculous. The board and management need a strong hard look at themselves.”

Earlier it was reported on Bloomberg that Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, the operator of the airport, had said the depressions and ponding were caused by differential soil settlement and that this had been “anticipated from the start of construction”.

Unhappy with their response, Tony also pointed out that his CEO, Aireen Omar, was having to “waste her time” trying to resolve something that never should have happened.

“The airport is still sinking”, Bloomberg quoted her as saying while also explaining that although MAHB had completed some partial resurfacing, what the airport needed was a “permanent solution”.

Aireen also said the present defects could cause flight delays, increase wear and tear on AirAsia’s aircraft and pose potential safety risks. She also said there was a real need to resolve the issue before passengers got hurt.

An analyst at Malayan Banking, Mohshin Aziz said, “If you go to the airport you can see ponding with your very own eyes,” although he said it was more an “irritation” than a safety hazard.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/07/27/tony-slams-mahb-for-ridiculous-response-to-ponding-issue/

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KLIA2 sinking is ‘something that should never have happened’: Tony Fernandes

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KLIA2 is sinking, AirAsia CEO warns

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KL International Airport’s new budget passenger terminal is sinking, with cracks appearing in the taxiway and water forming pools that planes must drive through.

The defects could cause flight delays, increase wear and tear on planes and pose potential safety risks, according to AirAsia Bhd., the new terminal’s biggest user. Though take offs and landings aren’t affected, the carrier has asked Malaysian authorities to fix the problems before passengers get hurt, chief executive officer Aireen Omar said in an interview in Kuala Lumpur.

“The airport is still sinking,” Aireen said. The operator, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd., “has done some partial resurfacing, but what the airport actually needs is a permanent solution.”

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/306259

KLIA2 still sinking, AirAsia tells airport authorities.

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飛機在滑行時更必須經過如同水塘般的跑道,地陷及積水情況也可導致航班延遲… http://bit.ly/1LN3bTM

Plane slides off the runway like a time that must pass, Sinkholes and water conditions can also lead to delays … http://bit.ly/1LN3bTM
(吉隆坡訊)亞航首席執行員艾琳奧馬指出,吉隆坡第二國際機場正持續“下沉”(sinking),飛機滑行道不僅出現裂痕,飛機在滑行時更必須經過如同水塘般的跑道。
guangming.com.my

亞航總執行長艾琳奧瑪揭露,第2吉隆坡國際機場正持續下沉(sinking),飛機滑行道出現裂痕;飛機滑行時更須經過如同小池塘的跑道。 亞航作為第2國際機場最大使用者,對機場出現地陷和積水情況感到擔憂。…
chinapress.com.my

Klia2 still sinking, tells Malaysian airport authorities

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Malay Mail Online

KLIA2 is sinking, AirAsia says

KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 — Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s new budget passenger terminal is sinking, with cracks appearing in the taxiway and water forming pools that planes must drive through.

The defects could cause flight delays, increase wear and tear on planes and pose potential safety risks, according to AirAsia Bhd., the new terminal’s biggest user. Though take offs and landings aren’t affected, the carrier has asked Malaysian authorities to fix the problems before passengers get hurt, Chief Executive Officer Aireen Omar said in an interview in Kuala Lumpur.

“The airport is still sinking,” Aireen said. The operator, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd., “has done some partial resurfacing, but what the airport actually needs is a permanent solution.”

Complaints about the new terminal cap a bad run for Malaysia’s aviation industry, after two deadly accidents for the national carrier—the unsolved disappearance of Flight MH370 in March 2014 and the shooting down of another plane over Ukraine last July. Construction expenses for klia2, as the new terminal is known, ballooned from an initial estimate of about RM1.7 billion to RM4 billion.

“Since MH370, a lot of shortcomings have been found” in Malaysia’s aviation infrastructure, said Shukor Yusof, founder of Singapore-based consultancy Endau Analytics. “The authorities haven’t done enough to address these shortcomings, not enough to put them on par with the First World.”

“If you go to the airport you can see ponding with your very own eyes,” said Mohshin Aziz, an analyst at Malayan Banking Bhd. in Kuala Lumpur. Still, he noted, “it’s more of an irritation rather than a safety hazard.”

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/klia2-is-sinking-airasia-says?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

Airport packed. 35000 departing passengers . My team is doing an amazing job. If only MALAYSIAN airports had listened to us.

After more than one year remedial work still being done. If only someone listened to us. So much wasted money.

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第2吉隆坡國際機場(KLIA 2)啟用超過1年,機場內的措施仍需修補,曾因該機場有缺陷而拒絕搬遷的亞洲航空集團總執行長丹斯里東尼費南德斯強調,當初若有人願意聽取他們意見,該機場就不必浪費如此多錢。
chinapress.com.my

boss: If only people listened to us

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… AirAsia may have earned flak for initially refusing to move to KLIA2 but the reason for its reluctance have become apparent a year on, with the airport still plagued with problems. AirAsia group chief executive officer Tony Fernandes lamented about this in a Twitter posting today. “After more than one year, remedial work still being done. If only someone listened to us. So much wasted money,” he said in his posting. Fernandes did not specifically mention KLIA2 but posted a photograph of what appeared to be remedial works being conducted on the taxiway of KLIA2. AirAsia initially refused to move to KLIA2, citing “pressing issues”, such as defects on the taxiway and runway, in a statement on April 1, 2014. … The company finally agreed to move to KLIA2 on May 9, 2014, after the government said it would rope in  Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) to evaluate the long-term safety of KLIA2. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/305713

KLIA2: RM4 billion project with uneven aircraft parking apron, waterlogged after it rains? More in today’s Malay Mail

— Malaysian Insider

Why only probe sinking problem at klia2, asks Public Accounts Committee member

A Public Accounts Committee (PAC) member has questioned the Transport Ministry’s decision to set up an independent panel to investigate the sinking and ponding issues at klia2 instead of heeding its recommendation for the Auditor-General (A-G) to audit the RM4 billion low-cost terminal. PAC member, DAP’s Tony Pua, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai had chosen to “callously” ignore the committee’s recommendation by announcing the setting up of the independent panel, which he said had a strictly limited scope of just investigating sinking surfaces at the apron and runway of the airport. He said while the sinking surfaces at the airport were certainly a matter of serious concern and had also been highlighted in the PAC report, it was not the only issue with which PAC had grave misgivings. In its report tabled on November 26, PAC had proposed that the A-G conduct an audit of the airport following its findings that the main cause of the problems in klia2 was the ballooning of its cost from the initial RM1.7 billion to RM4 billion. The construction of the airport was also delayed due to the mismanagement of airport operator Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and its failure to consider the needs of budget airline operators at klia2 which led to cost overruns and problems in the low-cost terminal. The PAC report found that MAHB had decided to locate the terminal at the west side, a site which had been documented by engineers as costly and ill-suited for airport construction. The choice of a satellite-type terminal had also been made instead of a finger pier terminal as proposed by the airport consultants. “It is clear that the independent audit committee will not be given any room to dig into the faults and identify the culprits behind the scandal. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/why-only-probe-sinking-problem-at-klia2-asks-public-accounts-committee-memb#sthash.9bPunuvh.uxfs You may also want to read: RM100million for the 1km ERL link between KLIA and klia2! — STAR : Liow promises action on KLIA2 probe: SEPANG: A five-man independent audit committee formed by the…

SEPANG: A five-man independent audit committee formed by the Transport Ministry will investigate the problems of sinking and ponding, among others, at KLIA2. Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said he expected a report from the committee to be out by the first half of 2015, promising action upon its release. “I’ll expect a report from the independent committee, then I will take action (based) on whatever report (has been made),” Liow said at KLIA2 here. — ZA

 (雪邦11日訊)交通部長拿督斯里廖中萊宣佈,已成立一個以亞洲太平洋工程師組織會長拿督蔡賢德為首的5人獨立審計委員會,來調查第2吉隆坡國際機場地陷、積水和安全問題。 http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/583907

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KLIA2 flushed with water after heavy rain

The apron of the budget airline terminal KLIA2 was once again “ponding” with water after heavy rain, amid repair attempts promised by the Ministry of Transport (MOT). “MOT had instructed MAHB to repair it as soon as possible,” Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai told a press conference after visiting the apron. Speaking at a press conference to announce the members of the KLIA2 Independent Audit Committee, Liow said the committee has been told to complete its report by the first half of the coming year. “I will give them few months to conduct a thorough investigation on KLIA2’s apron and on the safety issues. “After the first half of the year, I will expect the report from the audit committee. I will take action on whatever the report states,” Liow said after a visit to the airport in Sepang, Selangor. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/283209IN MAY OF THIS YEAR, SAFETY FEARS ABOUT THE LANDING STRIP WERE RAISED, BUT DISMISSED. Read about my experience. ON THE NIGHT OF MONDAY, 24 NOVEMBER 2014, I WAS ON A FLIGHT FROM KUCHING THAT LANDED AT THE KLIA2. It was raining but not badly. We landed alright but the plane began to saw a little, then felt like it was about to skid! Someone shouted, “Allah!” I was holding my breath, my heart in my mouth. Finally, the plane straightened, and I thought, “Good pilot!” I asked the stewards why we almost skidded, and they smiled and said nothing. “Is the landing strip full of puddles?”  Still no answer but the smiles faded.

This has nothing to do with filter or editing picture. This is real. SEAPORT klia2. Eh klis(KL Int. SEAport)

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A full audit on KLIA2 should be conducted, said the Public Accounts Committee.

PAC flays MAHB over KLIA2

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has flayed the Malaysia Airports Holding (MAHB) for the manner with which it had constructed the KLIA2 airport. In its final report on the KLIA2 project tabled in Parliament today, PAC said that MAHB had disregarded the interests of its main client, Air Asia, and did not consult any government agencies before coming up with design changes to the airport. “MAHB, despite being given such a long opportunity by the government to manage airports in Malaysia, clearly disregarded the interests of its main client, a low cost airline,” the report said. It also called for an audit to be conducted on MAHB and the KLIA2 project, to further identify the discrepancies in the problem ridden project. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/281506IN MAY OF THIS YEAR, SAFETY FEARS ABOUT THE LANDING STRIP WERE RAISED, BUT DISMISSED. THESE FEARS HAVE RETURNED. Watch the video: Berlaku banjir di KLIA2 http://youtu.be/JpIyHF_V-cE

KLIA2‘s flooded apron an ‘international joke’

KLIA2 experienced its brief Venice Of The East moment. Taxpayers money well spent

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… Malay Mail Online

As flood hits KLIA2, PAC member demands promised report from Transport Ministry

BY PATHMA SUBRAMANIAMOctober 30, 2014

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 30 — Public Accounts Committee (PAC) member Tony Pua today demanded the Transport Ministry immediately submit its evaluation report on the five-month-old KLIA2, after a video showing floods at the airport’s parking apron spread online. Recurring flooding and water ponding due to the depressions on aircraft parking aprons and taxiways since its May opening is turning the RM4 billion airport into a “laughing stock”, said Pua today. The video purportedly of the flood, has registered over 16,000 views since it was upload on YouTube last week. “Airport maintenance staff can be seen scooping out buckets of water into the drain… this is the most sophisticated airport I’ve even seen,” he said pointedly. The Petaling Jaya Utara DAP MP said the PAC had requested for the detailed report on September 30, but it has yet to be submitted. “This is becoming a serious crisis for Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB)…  whenever it floods they have to shuffle the planes around… luckily the airport is not packed,” he said at a press conference in the Parliament lobby. http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/as-flood-hits-klia2-pac-member-demands-promised-report-from-transport-minis … Free Malaysia Today

Bucket brigade clears flooded KLIA2 runway

October 30, 2014

Airport workers resort to clearing flood waters using the common house bucket.

KUALA LUMPUR: Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua raised the issue of flooding at KLIA2 in Paliament today asking what high tech measures were used in the building of the runway. “I wish to bring up this issue after watching a video on Youtube yesterday entitled “Berlaku banjir di KLIA2″ (Floods in KLIA2) which captures workers clearing a runway after it was hit by floods,” he said. Pua added, ”It’s now a joke. The Transport Ministry should have ensured that such cracks and dips in the tarmac were rectified before the airport was opened as a ‘high-tech’ airport.” Saying that the flooding was a serious matter that called for immediate action, Pua added, “This is not the first time the runway was flooded and more importantly it happened when the runway was fully operational.” http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2014/10/30/bucket-brigade-clears-flooded-klia2-runway/

Mon, 19 May 2014 22:58:58 GMT | By The Malaysian Insider : Malaysia

Safety fears in klia2 with bumpy taxiways, sinking aircraft parking bays

Safety fears have cropped up again in klia2 as taxiways and aircraft parking bays are slowly sinking due to torrential rain and impact from the hundreds of aircraft landings and take-offs at the new budget airport terminal.

Malaysia Insider Safety fears have cropped up again in klia2 as taxiways and aircraft parking bays are slowly sinking due to torrential rain and impact from the hundreds of aircraft landings and take-offs at the new budget airport terminal.

Malaysia Insider

Aviation industry sources told The Malaysian Insider that there was “ponding” or water collecting in the airport apron on Sunday after heavy rain fell over the RM4 billion airport terminal in Sepang, Selangor, two weeks after opening for business. They also said there were reports of some AirAsia Airbus 320 passenger aircraft moving on the bumpy parking bays despite having safety-chocks to block the wheels from turning. AirAsia is the airport terminal’s biggest customer. “What happened was when brakes were released on the main wheel, the aircraft moved back due to the slope/depression. In this case, the momentum was just enough to cause it to climb and stop on the chock. The aircraft chocks that we used are as per Airbus specs. “This has been happening every day and we have asked our guys not to be anywhere behind the aircraft when we release the brakes. It’s becoming very dangerous,” a source told The Malaysian Insider. http://news.malaysia.msn.com/tmi/safety-fears-in-klia2-with-bumpy-taxiways-sinking-aircraft-parking-bays

Malaysian travellers claim no Ebola screening

PETALING JAYA, Malaysia – Several Malaysians returning from overseas claim they did not see any health screening for Ebola or temperature scanners at the airports or land entry points. “The stewardesses sprayed some disinfectant in the flight before landing, but as we went past the auto gate at the airport, there were no health officers or scanners,” said teacher Kho Wai Mun, 46, who landed at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) after 10pm on Sunday. Kho said there were no Africans on her flights between Mongolia and the transit point of South Korea, and back to Malaysia. “Although our exposure to the Ebola virus is low here, the awareness level needs to be heightened,” she added. … Health director-general Datuk Seri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the officer whom some passengers had seen at the screening booth in KLIA was tasked with observing the images on the monitor as relayed from the thermal scanner. “Any person detected to have fever as displayed on the monitor will be approached for further examination,” he said, adding that the Ebola screening was conducted with the cooperation of the Immigration Department. “We also urge Malaysian citizens arriving from affected countries to report to the health staff at the workstation for further advice,” he said. http://travel.asiaone.com/article/news/travellers-claim-no-ebola-screeningOriginally meant to cost RM2 billion and to completed in April 2012, it eventually cost RM3.6 billion when officially opened on May 2. IF THERE IS A PROBE, WILL THE MACC DIG DEEP AND WIDE OR WILL IT BE A FACE WASH? Malaysiakini 12:52PM Jun 17, 2014

MACC panel proposes probe into KLIA2 cost overruns

The Consultation and Prevention Panel of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has proposed the establishment of a panel of inquiry to find reasons for cost overruns and delays in the construction of KL International Airport 2 (KLIA2). Its chairperson, Johan Jaaffar, said the panel of inquiry should seek to find answers to questions on financial and cost management and to identify any negligence. “It should verify design variations, cost variations and construction management, including those attributable to poor design and planning. “The panel of inquiry should be mindful that the cost of construction has ballooned to almost double the original amount,” he said in a statement in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/265919 —– Parking rate at klia2: RM46 a day If you don’t want to pay that, park at the Long-term Car Park (LTCP) at Jalan KLIA1. It’s only RM32 a day (or RM2.50 per hour) but it’s 7km from klia2! Malaysiakin- 4:56PM Jun 7, 2014

No reduction in parking fee at KLIA2

The management of the car park at the KL International Airport 2 (KLIA2), Segi Astana Sdn Bhd, has no intention of reducing the parking rate yet. Its centre manager, Vincent Chong said the current rate commensurate with the service provided at KLIA2, compared with the charge at the car park at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), previously. He said the parking rate at KLIA2 was RM46 a day, while at LCCT, it was RM40.50 per day. … Meanwhile, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) senior general manager, Azmi Murad, said there was an alternative parking for patrons at KLIA2, which is at the Long-term Car Park (LTCP) at Jalan KLIA1. “There are 6,000 parking lots there and the rate is RM2.50 for every hour or RM32 per day,” he said, adding that they would however have to take the shuttle bus service, which is free of charge, to go to the terminal, which is about seven kilometres away. – Bernama http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/265005%5B/embed%20—–%20Stardiv%20class=article-headerp%20class=dateThursday%20June%205,%202014%20MYT%207:41:16%20AM/ph2%20class=headlineCabbies%20unhappy%20with%20KLIA2/h2/divSEPANG:%20It’s%20a%20spanking%20new%20airport%20boasting%20of%20the%20latest%20facilities,%20but%20taxi%20drivers%20have%20a%20lot%20of%20complaints%20about%20KLIA2.%20They%20claimed%20that%20they%20had%20to%20park%20their%20vehicles%20under%20solar%20roofing%20some%208km%20from%20KLIA2%20while%20they%20wait%20for%20the%20cue%20to%20pick%20up%20passengers%20from%20the%20terminal%20building.%20The%20shaded%20parking%20area%20in%20Jalan%20KLIA1%20does%20not%20have%20sufficient%20seats,%20food%20stalls%20or%20nearby%20toilets%20for%20drivers%20who%20have%20to%20wait%20an%20average%20of%20two%20to%20four%20hours%20before%20being%20called%20to%20pick%20up%20passengers,%20according%20to%20their%20association.%20“We%20have%20to%20wait%20under%20the%20sun%20for%20hours%20and%20if%20it%20pours,%20the%20rain%20will%20fall%20through%20the%20gaps%20in%20the%20roof.%20“The%20nearest%20toilet%20is%20about%20a%201km%20walk%20from%20where%20our%20taxis%20are%20parked.%20Hence,%20we%20prefer%20to%20relieve%20ourselves%20in%20the%20bushes%20near%20the%20parking%20bays,”%20said%20KLIA2%20Airport%20Taxi%20Drivers’%20Welfare%20Association%20president%20Vela%20Ranggasamy.%20The%20association,%20which%20claims%20to%20represent%20some%202,000%20airport%20taxi%20drivers,%20is%20demanding%20basic%20facilities%20for%20its%20members,%20including%20a%20sheltered%20rest%20area,%20nearby%20toilets%20with%20shower%20stalls%20and%20a%20canteen.%20…%20Vela%20claimed%20that%20their%20income%20had%20been%20reduced%20by%20more%20than%20half%20since%20operations%20at%20the%20Low-Cost%20Carrier%20Terminal%20moved%20to%20KLIA2%20on%20May%202.%20This%20was%20due%20to%20competition%20from%20metered%20and%20executive%20taxis%20which%20were%20also%20allowed%20to%20pick%20up%20passengers%20at%20the%20new%20airport,%20he%20said.%20“With%20the%20new%20competition%20from%20the%20metered%20taxis,%20we%20would%20be%20lucky%20if%20we%20can%20get%20even%20two%20trips%20per%20day,”%20he%20said.%20%5Bembed%5Dhttp://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/06/05/Cabbies-unhappy-with-KLIA2-Coupon-system-taxi-drivers-see-red-over-lack-of-basic-facilities/PHOTOS: ARE THESE NOT A MATTER OF CONCERN? zz zz zz Malaysian Insider

Safety fears in klia2 with bumpy taxiways, sinking aircraft parking bays

BY JAHABAR SADIQ, EDITOR May 20, 2014 Safety fears have cropped up again in klia2 as taxiways and aircraft parking bays are slowly sinking due to torrential rain and impact from the hundreds of aircraft landings and take-offs at the new budget airport terminal. Aviation industry sources told The Malaysian Insider that there was “ponding” or water collecting in the airport apron on Sunday after heavy rain fell over the RM4 billion airport terminal in Sepang, Selangor, two weeks after opening for business. They also said there were reports of some AirAsia Airbus 320 passenger aircraft moving on the bumpy parking bays despite having safety-chocks to block the wheels from turning. AirAsia is the airport terminal’s biggest customer. … One pilot filed a report to his airline saying he experienced “five depressions” on taxiway U4 at the airport. “We have felt a very hard impact to the aircraft when taxiing at speed around 15 knots. “Three of them are at zone wing P before the sky bridge when taxiing towards runway 33. As I remember it’s abeam bay P3 & P5. The other 2 around bay Q7. Will update further if manage to taxi on U4 again,” the pilot said in the report sighted by The Malaysian Insider. The pilot also told his airline that he had been avoiding taxiway U4 since May 11 by “requesting other taxi routing from ground if traffic permits for pax comfort”. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/safety-fears-in-klia2-with-bumpy-taxiways-sinking-aircraft-parking-baysxs

豪雨侵蚀隆第二国际机场 滑行道停机坪被指下沉 http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2014/05/20/91.html

Heavy rains eroded long second international airport taxiway apron sinks http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2014/05/20/91.html (Translated by Bing)

— Malaysian Insider

AirAsia boss tweets of more hiccups at klia2

As safety fears cropped up again on the tarmac of the new RM4 billion klia2, AirAsia, its biggest customer, today complained of other problems they are facing inside the airport terminal. AirAsia group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes took to Twitter this morning to complain about issues the budget carrier was having with the check-in machines and tweeted: “wr can’t use our own check in machines, can’t put our branding up. Is this partnership. To an airline that has given you all the growth”. His other tweet read: “As I have kept saying. Malaysia airports have to realise that airlines create their growth. They need to work with airlines not bully them”. The clearly frustrated CEO did not stop there, but went on to tag former Umno supreme council member Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah in further tweets. “@saifuddinabd mahb had tremendous access to the executive leadership and hence they only hear one side. And paint airasia as evil.” He also posed this question to Saifuddin: “@saifuddinabd who is on the board of MAHB. Are they given full picture. The board has to be objective and fair”. Saifuddin, in response, said on Twitter: “@tonyfernandes unfortunately some ppl in govt dun see d business and civil society as genuine partners. Hence d bully + willy dilly”. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/airasia-boss-tweets-of-more-hiccups-at-klia2 — Malaysiakini 7:58PM May 20, 2014

‘Only 1pct of KLIA2 taxiway damaged’

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd has refuted news reports that KLIA2 was now an operationally unsafe airport after claims that torrential rains affected the ground conditions at several of its parking bays. In a press statement, Malaysia Airports said that only less than one percent of its apron taxiway were affected and they were being fixed. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/263359

Mon, 19 May 2014 22:58:58 GMT | By The Malaysian Insider : Malaysia

Safety fears in klia2 with bumpy taxiways, sinking aircraft parking bays

Safety fears have cropped up again in klia2 as taxiways and aircraft parking bays are slowly sinking due to torrential rain and impact from the hundreds of aircraft landings and take-offs at the new budget airport terminal.

Malaysia Insider Safety fears have cropped up again in klia2 as taxiways and aircraft parking bays are slowly sinking due to torrential rain and impact from the hundreds of aircraft landings and take-offs at the new budget airport terminal.

Malaysia Insider

Aviation industry sources told The Malaysian Insider that there was “ponding” or water collecting in the airport apron on Sunday after heavy rain fell over the RM4 billion airport terminal in Sepang, Selangor, two weeks after opening for business. They also said there were reports of some AirAsia Airbus 320 passenger aircraft moving on the bumpy parking bays despite having safety-chocks to block the wheels from turning. AirAsia is the airport terminal’s biggest customer. “What happened was when brakes were released on the main wheel, the aircraft moved back due to the slope/depression. In this case, the momentum was just enough to cause it to climb and stop on the chock. The aircraft chocks that we used are as per Airbus specs. “This has been happening every day and we have asked our guys not to be anywhere behind the aircraft when we release the brakes. It’s becoming very dangerous,” a source told The Malaysian Insider. http://news.malaysia.msn.com/tmi/safety-fears-in-klia2-with-bumpy-taxiways-sinking-aircraft-parking-bays

Sekitar ada papan tanda menyatakan kos RM1.1 bil. Tp pada 2011 MAHB sendiri umum kos RM3.6+ bil. Siapa tipu?

*THE RM3 klia2 charge is really and truly a klia2 charge which AirAsia collects from us to pay MAHB! BOTH MAHB AND AIRASIA ARE BUSINESSES. BOTH CHARGE ITS CUSTOMERS FOR USE OF FACILITIES, ETC. There are, however, significant differences between these two firms. (1) MAHB can lose money but the government will bail it out. As for AirAsia, it’s either make money or go bust. (2) MAHB imposes many and various charges on the airlines which have little choice but to pay them. AirAsia has to pay these charges. AirAsia has to charge us, the customers, to pay those MAHB charges. Surely, the Acting Transport Minister knows all these. Anyway, I hope he does.*THE klia2 RM3 CHARGED BY AIRASIA 1. HERE IS THE ACTING TRANSPORT MINISTER’S TWEET:

I am aware that RM3 charge for by was a commercial decision. For sake of rakyat, AA should make public reason behind charge.

2. HERE ARE MY TWEETS TO HIM:

MAHB should make known to the public why it charges 4 aerobridge, landing fee

AirAsia is a business, so it passes on the charges by MAHB

MAHB is ALSO a business, listed on the KLSE.Why CAN IT SET CHARGES without being questioned?

3. HERE IS AIRASIA’S CLARIFICATION: AIRASIA CHARGES THE TRAVELLER BECAUSE MAHB WANTS THE MONEY BUT MAHB WON’T ADMIT IT! AirAsiaX CEO Azran Osman-Rani emphasised that those were mandatory charges MAHB imposed on AirAsia and it did not have a choice but to pass it on to customers. The RM3 fee is for the aerobridge charge, the check-in system and other new things implemented in KLIA2 that weren’t available at LCCT. Signages around KLIA2 put up by MAHB state that all airlines pay RM0.25 per passenger for the aerobridge use, RM6 per domestic departing passenger as airport tax and RM3 per domestic passenger as aircraft landing or takeoff fee. How do airlines get this sum to pay MAHB? By charging us, the travelers. Who, then, is the cause of the higher cost? MAHB. — Star

Saturday May 10, 2014 MYT 7:06:35 AM

AirAsia imposes RM3 ‘KLIA2 fee’

SEPANG: AirAsia started charging its passengers a RM3 fee with each ticket booked since yesterday – a levy it calls a “KLIA2 fee”. Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) was quick to distance itself from the move, issuing a statement to deny that it had anything to do with it. “There is no such charge as the ‘KLIA2 fee’ by the airport. “The airport charges are standard and applicable to all airlines at our airports,” it said in response to queries from the public over the fee. “We have highlighted to AirAsia to explain this additional RM3 fee to the public.” AirAsia Bhd CEO Aireen Omar admitted in an interview last night that the KLIA2 fee was a charge by AirAsia for all its customers, regardless of whether the flight was domestic or international. “We did our own calculations based on the charges imposed on us by Malaysia Airports. “So, the RM3 fee is for the aerobridge charge, the check-in system and other new things implemented in KLIA2 that weren’t available at LCCT,” said Aireen. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/10/AirAsia-imposes-RM3-KLIA2-fee-Payment-for-airport-facilities-that-were-not-available-at-LCCT-says-CE/AirAsia has moved its 70 aircraft and 3,550 staff members from the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) to the klia2. — Star

Saturday May 10, 2014 MYT 7:05:46 AM

AirAsia begins KLIA2 operations

SEPANG: It was a relatively smooth day at KLIA2 as its main tenant AirAsia officially began operations there. Smooth sailing at KLIA2 http://youtu.be/9BbvqtEUce8http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/10/AirAsia-begins-KLIA2-operations-First-day-relatively-smooth-says-CEO/

 (雪邦、吉隆坡9日訊)亞航長程今日全面遷入第2吉隆坡國際機場(KLIA2)運作,但首個起飛的亞航長程班機,延遲17分鐘起飛;也有乘客通過推特指抵達后久等行李不見、臨時換登機門等混亂事件,怨聲載道。http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/524522

 (Sepang, Kuala Lumpur, 9th), AirAsia long haul today fully move in 2nd Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA2), but the first AirAsia long haul flights taking off, take off delayed 17 minutes; passengers have also pushed through especially waiting on arrival baggage gone, temporary change to the gate the chaos, disgruntled. http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/524522 (Translated by Bing)

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亚航正式完全入驻新启用的吉隆坡第二国际机场,乘客登机流程井然有序。 根据记者观察,随着亚航入驻新机场,大部分亚航乘客都遵循亚航提醒,在出发前3小时抵达新机场,确保登机顺利。 和之前其他廉航如马印航空、飞萤航空率先提早迁入的冷清情况相比,今日的乘客数量热络了整个机场购物广场和终点大厦。 — with Wesley Nga.

AirAsia official fully settled in new Kuala Lumpur International Airport, passenger boarding procedures is in order. According to reporter observed, with AirAsia entered the airport, most follow AirAsia AirAsia passengers to remind, upon arrival at the airport 3 hours prior to departure to ensure smooth boarding. And other cheap airlines like Indian Airlines, Firefly airlines took the lead early into solitude than hot passenger numbers today, the entire shopping plaza and the airport terminal building. (Translated by Bing)

y — NST

Flight from Ho Chi Minh City first AirAsia flight to touch down at klia2

Flight from Ho chi Minh City touches down at klia2.

Touchdown at klia2

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia officially marked its presence at the new klia2 airport today, with the arrival of its flight from Ho Chi Minh City.
In a statement, AirAsia said Flight AK 539 arrived at 3.40 pm and was received by executive chairman Datuk Kamarudin Meranun and chief executive officer Aireen Omar.
klia2, the world’s largest purpose-built terminal for low cost carriers (LCCs) and with the capacity to serve up to 45 million passengers annually, started operations on May 2.
AirAsia said 3,550 of its operations staff and 70 aircraft (AirAsia with 54 Airbus A320 and AirAsia X with 16 Airbus A330) will be based in the new airport from tomorrow onwards.

亚航首架降落吉隆坡第二国际机场的班机,在抵达时受喷水仪式迎接。 下午3时40分,这趟班机抵达新机场,写下亚航首个使用吉隆坡第二国际机场的班机。 亚航有限公司执行主席拿督卡玛鲁丁、亚航首席执行员艾琳奥玛、马来西亚机场公司董事经理丹斯里巴昔阿末及机场公司高级总经理(营运服务)拿督阿兹米慕拉,亲自迎接亚航乘客。 — with Boon Hwee Nga.

AirAsia’s first flight landed second Kuala Lumpur International Airport, by spraying water on arrival ceremony to welcome you. 3:40 P.M., this flight upon arrival at the airport, write down the AirAsia’s first flight using Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Asia Co Ltd Executive Chairman Datuk Kumar Rhudin, AirAsia Chief Executive Officer Irene Omar, Malaysia airports Managing Director dansiliba shakes and the airport at the end of the company, Senior General Manager (operational services) Datuk Aziz m Mu to personally meet AirAsia passengers. (Translated by Bing

xxx*TAKE NOTE THAT WAITING FOR THE INTER-AIRPORT RAIL SHUTTLE FROM KLIA TO klia2 TAKES 20-30 MINUTES. Give yourself enough time to get to klia2 for your connecting flight! http://youtu.be/JddCFep9QG0MALAYSIAN AIRPORTS klia2 PASSENGER GUIDE

klia2 Passenger Guide

Welcome to klia2, the world’s largest purpose-built terminal dedicated for low-cost carrier. It’s more spacious to accommodate more people comfortably. And it has improved facilities to ease the flow of passengers, keep you entertained while you wait for your flights and provide a seamless travelling experience for everyone. It comprises two main buildings namely the Main Terminal Building (MTB) and the Satellite Building, connected with a 300-metre Skybridge. All domestic and some international arrivals are from MTB while Satellite caters solely for international arrivals and departures. The terminal is also adjoined with an integrated complex, Gateway @ klia2 that houses the Transportation Hub that serves the passengers and terminal’s visitors. This guide provides you with a listing of the facilities and services available at the terminal for your convenience. Should you require assistance or any additional information, please do not hesitate to inquire at our information counters or browse through the user-friendly interactive kiosks, both located at strategic points throughout the terminal.

klia2 Passenger Guide

PDF Document, 180KB Download

klia2 Floor Directory

PDF Document, 3.6MB Download

http://www.klia.com.my/index.php?m=klia2&c=info&id=4? http://www.malaysiaairports.com.my/document/klia2/Passenger_Guide_PDF_Eng.pdf?utm_content=buffer7d8d5&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer — NST

More than200 shops ready for business

A worker busy setting up a retail outlet so that it is ready for KLIA2 opening day. Pic by Fariz Iswadi Ismail

*TAKE NOTE THAT WAITING FOR THE INTER-AIRPORT RAIL SHUTTLE FROM KLIA TO klia2 TAKES 20-30 MINUTES. Give yourself enough time to get to klia2 for your connecting flight! Star

Sunday May 4, 2014 MYT 8:33:36 AM

Too long a wait for inter-airport rail shuttle

In transit: A visitor passing through a ticket turnstile at the ERL terminus at KLIA2.

In transit: A visitor passing through a ticket turnstile at the ERL terminus at KLIA2.

SEPANG: Although it takes just three minutes for the Express Rail Link (ERL) to cover the distance from KLIA to KLIA2 and vice-versa, waiting for a train could take up to 20 minutes, and in some cases, up to 30 minutes. At best, the wait is not less than 15 minutes, even during peak hours, which Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd defines as 6-9am and 4-10pm on Mondays to Fridays. For “off peak” hours, which are 5-6am, 9am-4pm, and 10pm to midnight on Mondays to Fridays, as well as Saturdays and Sundays, the wait becomes 20 minutes. If you take one after midnight, the wait is 30 minutes. Still, those who caught the inter-airport shuttle during daytime were satisfied. “It’s quite convenient to use the ERL to get from one airport to the other except if you’re in a hurry to catch a flight,” said Rajesh Kumar. … Fairus Badran said authorities should shorten the waiting period for trains, especially during peak hours. “The wait is a bit too long,” said the 33-year-old office assistant, who nonetheless conceded that it was easy to shuttle from airport to airport as there were adequate signages. It takes 33 minutes for the train to travel from KL Sentral to KLIA2 (including a two-minute stop at KLIA) and vice-versa. For more information about scheduling and pricing of ERL, go to www.kliaekspres.com. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/04/Too-long-a-wait-for-interairport-rail-shuttle/

吉隆坡第二国际机场管理层于5月2日周五凌晨在新机场举行航班投入运作仪式,并迎来首架降陆新机场的航空,即马印航空(Malindo Air)。 吉隆坡第二国际机场是在4月27日正式投入运作,而机场出入境服务也在5月2日凌晨,全面投入运作。 率先在新机场于周五凌晨启用后迁入的航空公司包括马印航空、印尼狮航(Lion Air)、虎航(Tigerair)和宿务太平洋航空公司(Cebu Pacific Air)。

Kuala Lumpur International Airport Management II on May 2 flight operational ceremony was held Friday morning at the new airport, and usher in the first landing Airport Aviation, Indian Airlines (Malindo Air). Kuala Lumpur International Airport was officially put into operation on April 27, and the airport services in the early hours of May 2, is fully operational. Lead after the opening of the new airport in the early hours of Friday to move into airlines including Indian Airlines, lion air of Indonesia (Lion Air), Tiger Airways (Tigerair) and Cebu Pacific Airways (Cebu Pacific Air). (Translated by Bing)

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中國報獨家(雪邦2日訊)第二吉隆坡國際機場(KLIA2)今日正式啟用,由于機場內面積及空間比之前的吉隆坡國際機場廉航終站(LCCT)為大;讓首次使用該機場的乘客還未上機,就已紛紛不斷喊累!http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/522527

China reported an exclusive (Sepang 2nd hearing) the second Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA2) is officially launched today, as the airport area and low space than its predecessor, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport air terminal (LCCT); let passengers using the airport for the first time has not been on the machine, has been constantly tired! http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/522527 (Translated by Bing)

xx — Star

Friday May 2, 2014 MYT 8:51:24 AM

KLIA2 opens for business, Malindo Air first customer

Staff of Malindo Air welcoming passengers at KLIA2 Friday. IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

Staff of Malindo Air welcoming passengers at KLIA2 Friday. IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

SEPANG : Malindo Air flight OD1027 from Kota Kinabalu, carrying 110 passengers, made a historic touch down at the spanking new RM4bil KLIA2 here.

Being the first aircraft to land at the world’s largest purpose-built low-cost terminal at 12.10am Friday, Flight OD1027 was given a grand welcome with water cannons spraying the aircraft. With KLIA2 officially commencing operations, Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Ab Aziz Kaprawi said everything had been running smoothly and according to schedule. “This is a historic moment with the arrival of the first airplane in the new airport,” he said. The first flight to take off from KLIA2, which was scheduled at 1.20am, was the Manila-bound Cebu Pacific Airways flight 5J502.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/02/klia2-malindo-airways-first-arrival/ — NST

klia2 opens its door without a glitch

SEPANG: The operations of klia2 last night have taken off without any major glitch with the arrival of first aircraft Malindo Air flight OD1027 as scheduled.

Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said it was a historical moment for the nation when klia2 opened its door.

“Everything runs very smoothly…We are proud with klia2 as the national icon,” Abdul Aziz told reporters after welcoming the passengers arriving from Kota Kinabalu on flight OD1027.

The first passenger to enter the arrival hall was Datuk Patrick Teoh Seng Foo, executive chairman of Andaman Group.

Teoh, who was returning to KL following a business trip in Kota Kinabalu was pleasantly surprised to find out his was the first flight to land at the new terminal.

“We were informed beforehand that the plane would land at klia2 and not LCCT, but I was not aware that it was also the first flight to do so,” he told reporters.

30 Apr 2014, Most airport bus operators ready to move from LCCT to KLIA2, more on

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KLIA 2 http://youtu.be/EzDKMwxGqs4

KLIA 2 has the first air bridge in Asia!

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RT : Finally I m here my goodness look at the crowd 🙂

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Among the crowd enjoying our brand new klia2 at the

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Overwhelming response at 1510 hours.

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Home from klia2. Had a good time

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The sky bridge at KLIA 2. The first airport in Asia that has this.

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Envy those who went to today! Looking forward to fly from ! Another pride for Malaysians!

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20,000 throng klia2 open day

SEPANG: At least 20,000 visitors thronged klia2, here throughout the day, to be among the first members of the public to roam around the world’s largest purpose-built terminal for low cost carriers. .. The revelers, who were issued mock boarding passes, were given the chance to tour the airport terminal to get a real feel of both the domestic and international as well as departure and arrival processes at the new terminal. .. The visitors also took the opportunity to view and experience the klia2 Skybridge, the first in Asia and only the third airport Skybridge in the world, apart from being brought by bus on a runway tour. ..

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KLIA2 Open Day, Sunday 27 April 2014Registration starts at 9am and programmes will commence at 10am and end at 5pm.Mock boarding passes would be issued to visitors upon registration as a souvenir. Bus tours to the new Runway 3 and other airside facilities offered to all visitors.Read more information on http://www.klia2.info/

xxx — NST

klia2 receives ICAO nod, first landing

SEPANG: The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and IKRAM Premier Consulting have given the green light to Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) to start operations on May 2 as scheduled. Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said both parties have stated that the RM4 billion low-cost terminal is fit and safe for use. klia2 complied with international safety standards set by ICAO, as detailed in the United Nations agency’s technical audit report that was tabled in the cabinet on April 18. “The Certificate of Completion and Compliance was obtained by the airport (Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, MAHB) on April 18 and the Operational Readiness and Airport Transfer testing will continue until the end of the month,” Hishammuddin told reporters after witnessing the ceremony to hand over klia2’s air traffic control tower to the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) yesterday. … Hishammuddin also gave a historic “clearance for landing” command from the control tower to the first two commercial aircraft, MH402 and MH604, to land at the airport’s runways. At first contact, the pilot of flight MH402 said: “Good morning, Kuala Lumpur. This is Malaysian Five Four Zero Two established on localiser runway three three”, to which Hishammuddin replied from the control tower: “Malaysian Five Four Zero Two, good morning. This is Kuala Lumpur Tower. Continue approach runway three three.” At the final contact, Hishammuddin’s voice could be heard saying “Malaysian Five Four Zero Two, surface wind 80 degrees five knots, be advised runway surface is wet, runway three three cleared to land.” He then added: “It was nice talking to you.” The two planes landed at the same time on runways 2 and 3.

—– TONY FERNANDES SPEAKS GOOD SENSE: “I find it hard to believe that an airport that has delayed a terminal by three years and cost increase from (RM) 2 billion to 4 billion has so much credibility.” A must read article:

CULTURE OF LIES: We wanted SAFE, SECURE & CHEAP terminal – Tony blasts MAHB for saying AirAsia wanted SPA at klia2

—– A VERY URGENT QUESTION THAT HAS TO BE ANSWERED: WHERE WILL AIRASIA PASSENGERS FLY FROM, LCCT OR KLIA, AFTER 9 MAY 2014?

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ttt —– The new airport, envisaged to handle up to 45 million passengers per year, will have 60 gates, eight remote stands and 80 aerobridges, plus a 32,000 square metre retail space with 225 retail outlets. The project was first tendered out in 2009. Its initial cost of RM1.9 billion has since ballooned to some RM4 billion with the bigger capacity plans, and recent analyst reports indicate the cost might rise further to RM4.5 billion. Bernama ——– Malaysian Insider

AirAsia boss says klia2 delay for thorough checks, adds MAHB failed keeping costs down

April 06, 2014 AirAsia wants to delay moving to the oft-delayed klia2 to ensure the terminal is safe and secure, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes (pic) said today, rapping Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) for saying Asia’s largest budget carrier had wanted a spa there. MAHB senior general manager (operations services) Datuk Azmi Murad had told state news agency Bernama that the low-cost carrier wanted a museum and a spa in the RM4 billion terminal, due to open on May 2. “I have seen many funny stories, but this takes the cake. A museum and a spa. Aware of the museum. An idea to get kids interested in aviation. Spa not aware,” Fernandes said in comments written in The Malaysian Insider today. “But the main point is we wanted a low cost terminal and safe and secure terminal. All we wanted was a terminal which would make it cheap for consumers and on time. MAB HAVE FAILED ON BOTH,” he added. “It took us two months to do it before in LCCT. We need more time. I find it hard to believe that an airport that has delayed a terminal by three years and cost increase from (RM) 2 billion to 4 billion has so much credibility. “We will put out a clear statement. Moving has never been in question, just timing and ensuring people can afford this terminal which was supposed to be low cost,” the aviation tycoon said. AirAsia had earlier said the budget carrier and its sister long-haul airline AirAsia X will not move into klia2 when it opens on May 2, but Putrajaya has given a May 9 deadline, saying it will close the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) on that day. “We will move. All we are asking for is a delay. So everything is checked and through. Up to this day the CCC is not out,” Fernandes said, referring to the certificate of completion and compliance (CCC). MAHB said in February that it had failed to receive the CCC for the klia2 terminal building, which had been scheduled for January 31, from main contractors UEMC-Bina Puri, raising concerns that there would be further delays to the airport project. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/airasia-boss-says-klia2-delay-for-thorough-checks-adds-mahb-failed-keeping*AIRASIA IS EXTREMELY RELUCTANT TO MOVE TO KLIA2. TONY FERNANDES WANTS TO TALK TO NAJIB. Well, Najib has spoken. NAJIB TO AIRASIA: WHEN THE GOVERNMENT SAYS “DO IT” YOU MUST DO IT. MAHB IS THE GOVERNMENT. Malaysia Insider Saturday, 05 April 2014 18:46

‘POLITICS FIRST, PUBLIC SAFETY LAST’ Najib sys AirAsia must move to KLIA2 on May 9

HANOI – AirAsia must move to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) as scheduled on May 9, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. He said the Government through Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) was prepared to listen to and discuss with them if there were any problems over the transfer. “As a Government, we must look at why they are reluctant to move but what I want to stress is for them to have a dialogue with the government, namely MAHB, to find a solution in the interest of both parties. “If they’ve made a statement refusing to move, it seems like an arrogant statement but if they say they have a reason and they want to negotiate with the Government, I feel this is more suitable,” he told Malaysian journalists after chairing a joint meeting with Malaysian industry players and Vietnam on Saturday.

According to a statement by MAHB on Tuesday however, the May 2 opening has been communicated clearly to all stakeholders and was reiterated at the recent Orat steering committee meeting, which was attended by AirAsia representatives. MOT deputy Minister Datuk Add Aziz Kaprawi, who heads the klia2 task force told SunBiz when contacted, the question of notification should not arise as the government has made the announcement on the operational date of klia2, which other airlines have used as a basis to engage MAHB. the Sun daily

klia2 to open on May 2 without AirAsia?

PETALING JAYA: The Ministry of Transport (MOT) and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) may be racing against time to meet with the self-imposed May 2, 2014 deadline for klia2, but the new low-cost carrier terminal is likely to open without its largest user, AirAsia Bhd. AirAsia, when asked if it would be operating out of klia2 on May 2, 2014, said it has yet to receive any official notification from MAHB to operate out of the new terminal. The airline did not state if it was ready to move to klia2. “We were informed that the Cabinet on Wednesday (Feb 26, 2014) agreed to appoint independent qualified technical advisers to address the issues that recently surfaced. ” “For AirAsia, the safety and interest of our passengers are our utmost priority. We look forward to moving to our new home and start operations at klia2 as soon as every aspect of the new airport has been certified safe,” it said in a statement released yesterday. The airline also alluded to a Service Level Agreement that “includes indemnification on safety, timeliness of the project, and assurance of the safety of lives and our assets”, which is not in place yet. It went on to say that there are also other unresolved issues such as the check-in systems which it is still working through with MAHB. “We are committed to grow klia2 and make Malaysia the next global hub like Dubai but to facilitate this, we need our partners to understand the low cost business model and provide certain guarantees so we can carry over the cost savings to our passengers,” the airline said. http://www.thesundaily.my/news/978135WHAT IS THE TRUTH? Are those cracks or depressions? “The cracks are just superficial, they are not structural so there is no safety concerns here,” said Civil Aviation Department (DCA) director general Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, adding that the overlay would be levelled in stages. Free Malaysia Today

No cracks at KLIA 2, says Civil Aviation Dept

February 27, 2014

Civil Aviation Department director general Azharuddin Abdul Rahman says the so-called cracks were mere depressions on the taxiway, apron and aircraft bay.

SEPANG: There are no cracks but just depressions on the taxiway, apron and aircraft bay of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA 2), says Civil Aviation Department (DCA) director general Azharuddin Abdul Rahman. He also questioned the authenticity of the picture displayed yesterday by an online portal showing cracks on the taxiway. “It is not the latest picture and overall, the KLIA2 is safe,” “We have had talks with Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and they will rectify whatever is necessary before the airport begins operations,” he told a press conference here today. … Malaysian Insider

Cracks in klia2’s taxiway, apron, aircraft bay raise safety, opening-delay fears

BY JAHABAR SADIQ, EDITOR February 26, 2014 aaa Cracks in klia2’s taxiway. – The Malaysian Insider pic, February 26, 2014.14. Safety concerns have been further raised following the discovery of cracks in the oft-delayed budget terminal klia2’s taxiway, apron and at least one aircraft bay, just weeks after the terminal building failed an inspection for fire and safety standards. The Malaysian Insider obtained a set of photographs taken recently showing cracks and undulating surface in the taxiway leading to the 3.96km runway, apart from cracks in the aircraft apron and bay areas that could delay the budget terminal’s opening scheduled for May 2. “The taxiway is crucial because as it is, there are more than 300 take-offs and landings in the current low-cost carrier terminal with fully loaded planes. Any cracks will be a safety concern for airlines landing there,” a source told The Malaysian Insider. … “The authorities have been told of the cracks and repairs could take some time, way beyond the May 2 opening day set by the Transport Ministry,” the source added. … KUB Builders, a unit of government-linked KUB Malaysia, is the contractor of the RM268.8 million runway that is linked by the taxiway to the airport terminal. aaa klia2 has missed several deadlines for opening with the last one scheduled for April 30 before being moved to May 2. – February 26, 2014. The klia2's bay with cracks. – The Malaysian Insider pic, February 26, 2014.The klia2’s bay with cracks. – The Malaysian Insider pic, February 26, 2014. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/cracks-in-klia2s-taxiway-apron-aircraft-bay-raise-safety-opening-delay-fear Fernandes had been using the social media site to bring up concerns that the airport tax is too high, burdening passengers and making it difficult for low-cost carriers such as AirAsia to keep fares low. He tweeted: “@HishammuddinH2O @AKaprawi @AirAsia key is to have everyone departing at the lowest cost. Klia2 must be low cost. And must be safe.” Malaysian Insider

AirAsia boss and transport minister in social media battle

BY TRINNA LEONG February 22, 2014 AirAsia founder Tan Sri Tony Fernandes took to Twitter again today to hit out at Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) and Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein over klia2’s ballooning cost and airport taxes. Fernandes tweeted: “Let’s be clear. Malaysian Airports is a monopoly. My concern is making sure they keep costs down for the Malaysian public. “We created low cost travel. We did not ask for a 4 billion [ringgit] terminal that is 3 years late. The present terminal LCCT costs RM250 million.” In response to Fernandes’s tweets, Hishammuddin defended new terminal klia2 that had been delayed for over two years: “KLIA2: Cost Increase&Delay-Public will know Y/who/ after operational 2nd May=Govt’s immediate focus @jayadylan @tonyfernandes.” He also confirmed on Twitter that the terminal is set to open on May 2 after failing safety and fire checks earlier this month. “Klia2 to open 2nd May so everyone can depart,” said Hishammuddin. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/airasia-boss-and-transport-minister-in-social-media-battleWE SHALL WAIT PATIENTLY FOR THE OPENING OF KLIA2 Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein says that operations will begin on 2 May 2014 as scheduled. He is adamant that there will be no delay. … NST KLIA2 set for May 2 opening 06 February 2014| last updated at 06:39PM Govt will not compromise on safety issues at KLIA2

… Malaysian Insider aa ….. Malaysian Insider

Delays expected for klia2 as terminal fails fire, safety checks

February 05, 2014

The opening of Malaysia’s new budget terminal klia2 at Sepang is expected to be delayed after two-thirds of the building failed fire and safety standards after an inspection last week, said operator Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB). According a statement from MAHB, Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd, the Sepang Municipal Council and the Fire and Rescue Department inspected the building in the last week of January and found that 65% of the main terminal did not comply with fire and safety standards. There were cracks in a sewerage pipe outside the terminal, and parts of the road and drainage are not fit for use. The authorities’ recommendation is essential for the issuance of the Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC). MAHB said in a statement that it has failed to receive the CCC for the klia2 terminal building from UEMC-Bina Puri, The Star reported today. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/delays-expected-for-klia2-as-terminal-fails-fire-safety-checks … Malaysian Insider

klia2 will begin operations as scheduled, says Hishammuddin

By YISWAREE PALANSAMY February 05, 2014 Despite failing to obtain its Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC), klia2 will begin operating on May 2 as scheduled,  said acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. Hishamuddin said the Ministry of Transport will not entertain any requests for the opening to be delayed. “I will hold those who had promised the government that they can complete klia2 by May 2 to their word, and the quality and safety of this project will also not be compromised,” he said. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/klia2-will-begin-operations-as-scheduled-says-hishammuddin — Malaysiakini

Building of KLIA2 is the ‘fastest and cheapest’

PARLIAMENT The construction of the KLIA2 terminal is the “cheapest and fastest” if compared to many other international airports, Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said today. Abdul Aziz told the Dewan Rakyat that the construction cost of the terminal, despite its delay, came to only RM89 per passenger. “In Germany, an airport is being constructed at a cost of RM478 per passenger, and has been in construction for the past six-and-a-half years,” he said when wrapping up for his ministry on the debate on the motion of thanks for the Royal Address. … However, Tony Pua (DAP-Petaling Jaya Utara) questioned the deputy minister’s argument, since KLIA2 was a low-cost terminal and as such could not be compared with international full service airports. “The old Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) cost RM232 million and accommodates 15 million passengers. So, why are we spending RM4 billion to build an airport to accommodate 45 million passengers?” Pua asked. Building of KLIA2 is the ‘fastest and cheapest’ —– Nurul-Tony Q&A on KLIA2: Lying to save Najib’s face http://youtu.be/AIU4RToy5a0 —— Free Malaysia Today

Reveal KLIA2 delay: AirAsia

June 11, 2013

The country first low cost carrier wants explanation on the KLIA2 delay

KUALA LUMPUR: Ready to compromise on the reported delay in the opening of KLIA2, frills-free carrier AirAsia Bhd is now urging Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd to issue a definite delayed opening date of the new low-cost airport. AirAsia Chairman  Aziz Bakar said Malaysia Airports, as the airport operator, has the responsibility to notify the airlines using KLIA2 of a definite opening date, to enable them to be ready to move operations to the new airport. “The operations cannot be shifted in one night. We need to be prepared on our side also. For that, an opening date has to be announced. “The airlines, passengers and the whole country want to know the new date. So I hope Malaysia Airports does not delay much longer to come up with the revised date,” he told Bernama. He said AirAsia, the largest airline to utilise KLIA2, had always been ready with contingency plans, in case the airport cannot meet the June 28 deadline set by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. “We had drawn our plans a long time ago, because since three years back, we knew that the airport will not be ready on time,”  he added. Aziz said given the delay, Malaysia Airports should not compromise on safety and quality by rushing the construction works to meet the deadline. He said even though the current low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) is affecting AirAsia’s growth and expansion, airport users’ and passengers’ safety cannot be compromised. “We in AirAsia alone have about 5,000 to 6,000 employees. We are concerned on their safety, as well as the others’ too,” he said. Bernama Reveal KLIA2 delay: AirAsia —– Malaysian Insider

A view of the progress of work at KLIA2 as at the first week of May this year, whose completion date has now been delayed ‘indefinitely’, according to Pakatan Rakyat. A view of the progress of work at KLIA2 as at the first week of May this year, whose completion date has now been delayed ‘indefinitely’, according to Pakatan Rakyat. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/pakatan-reps-demand-answers-for-latest-indefinite-deadline-of-klia2/ —– Malaysiakini

Pakatan brands MAHB as ‘liars’ over KLIA2 delay

Pakatan Rakyat had demanded that the Transport Ministry and Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad (MAHB) disclose the delay and cost of the construction of the new KLIA2 low cost terminal, which has been delayed indefinitely. NONEPetaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar branded MAHB as “incompetent liars” for saying that the terminal will be completed by June this year in a statement released in March, only to state after the elections that it has been delayed indefinitely. Pua pointed out that the cost of construction for the terminal – which was initially scheduled to be completed in September 2011 – had already escalated to RM4 billion in 2012 from RM1.7 billion when it was first announced. “We won’t be surprised if the cost reaches RM5 billion by the time it’s completed,” Pua said, adding that he would not be surprised if the airport is actually completed only by June next year. NONE“They are missing the date here by at least six months,” he further added. Apart from demanding for the exact cost and deadline of construction, Pua and Nurul Izzah said that they will also seek a meeting with acting Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein in the near future. “We had tried to meet the previous transport minister Kong Cho Ha several times before, since we raised this issue in 2011, but the meetings never took place. Now we will ask for an explanation from the new transport minister,” Pua said. Delay caused by shift in terminal location’ He said that inside sources have informed him that the delay in construction was caused by the shift in the location of the terminal, a decision that Pua had disputed in the past. Pakatan brands MAHB as ‘liars’ over KLIA2 delay —– KLIA2 – Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 http://youtu.be/bkyGvl9ZDZ8 ——–

What is KLIA2

The KLIA2 is built to be Malaysia’s Next Generation Hub, international airport hub, that allows seamless connectivity for both local and international low-cost plus full-service carriers. The new KLIA2 terminal is measured to be at least 257,000 sqm, with 60 gates, 8 remote stands, 80 aerobridges, plus a retail space of 32,000 sqm to accommodate 225 retail outlets. It is designed to cater 45 million passengers a year. Built at a cost around 4 billion Malaysia Ringgit, the KLIA2 is scheduled to be opened in 28 June,2013. ——– KLIA2 Road map and location ——–

KLIA2 Location

The KLIA2 is located 1.5km away from KLIA.

Location of KLIA2

A rail extension is being constructed to connect KLIA to KLIA2.

——– Sundaily

KLIA2 operational by early June: Deputy Minister

Posted on 17 March 2013 – 05:02pm

KOTA KINABALU (March 17, 2013): Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri said he is confident KLIA2, the new low-cost airport, will be ready and operational by early June this year. He said construction is over 80 per cent completed with the third runway already paved, adding airport operator Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and implementing teams are working day and night to ensure the works are completed on schedule. ……….. “Air Asia and Malindo Airways, which will begin operations later this month, will be KLIA2’s anchor airlines, besides other low-cost airlines like Tiger Airways and Cebu Pacific. “The airport’s RM4 billion development cost is said to be cheap compared to other airports in the world, the quality is good, and it employs local consultants, project managers and contractors,” he said. – Bernama KLIA2 operational by early June: Deputy Minister ——– Nurul Izzah urged Kong and MAHB officials to organise a site visit for Pakatan to “allay our fears and concerns” and “for them [the latter] to convince us that everything is on track”. Free Malaysia Today

‘KLIA2 far from complete’

Lisa J. Ariffin | March 11, 2013

Pakatan MPs doubt the new low-cost airport, dubbed KLIA2, will be ready for launch by June 28, this year.

UPDATED

KUALA LUMPUR: Two Pakatan MPs today described Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd’s (MAHB) announcement last week on the progress at KLIA2 as “ingenious”. Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar were referring to MAHB senior general manager (commercial services) Faizah Khairuddin’s statement last week that the terminal building at KLIA2 has surpassed 80% completion rate. They also expressed concern over Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s announcement that new low-cost airport KLIA2 will be launched on June 28, this year. a Pua and Nurul Izzah revealed ariel photographs taken of the KLIA2 construction site which showed barren runways and a sea of red earth. aa abc “Last we heard, the soil on the runways – especially runway three – is not settled; this means it is sinking,” he said. “We cannot have a runway on soil that has not settled. MAHB must respond to its state of readiness,” he added. KLIA2 far from complete’ | Free Malaysia Today ——–

ERL Extension to KLIA2
Express Rail Link (ERL) will be extending its KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit services to the new klia2. The ERL line will be extended from the reversing track at the Main Terminal Building of KLIA to the Integrated Complex within the new terminal which is located about two kilometres from KLIA.
Adjoined to the Main Terminal Building of klia2, the Integrated Complex or gateway@klia2 is the transportation hub that will accommodate all public transportation serving klia2 including KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit.
The train commercial services are expected to commence on 1st May 2013 when the new terminal opens to replace the current low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT). The two services will cater to the rapidly expanding budget carrier market.
What can passengers expect?
§ Airport Transfer to klia2 – This line will allow passengers from KL Sentral, Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya and Salak Tinggi stations to travel easily to klia2, thereby providing excellent connectivity to passengers at all stations.
§ The extension will also cater to inter-terminal transfer passengers between KLIA and klia2.
Operational Aspects
§ Simplifying the boarding point – Currently, there are separate stations for KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit in KLIA. With the extension to klia2, this may confuse passengers as to which station to go to for the next departing train. Therefore, for the convenience of our passengers, both the KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit services will operate from a common platform in KLIA (at the current KLIA Ekspres platform). This will be the same for klia2.
o   Combined stations with KLIA Transit in KLIA and klia2 à one common platform
o   Closed system for KLIA Ekspres by introducing barrier gates at KLIA platform, compared to the current semi-open system there.

Express Rail Link Extension to KLIA2 ———————————————————————

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