Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (IATA code KUL) is among the biggest airports in Southeast Asia and the main international airport of the country, serving the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. The airport is positioned in the district of Sepang and is some 50 km from the city of Kuala Lumpur. It has capacity to handle 35 million passengers and is a main hub for Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, and MASkargo and furthermore is a main center for import and export in the country. The airport has expressways connection to all parts of the Malaysian Peninsular. Kuala Lumpur International Airport operates with a number of modern features, such as bar coded boarding pass. The terminals at the airport were constructed in a way as to allow maximum flow of natural light. There is a Main Terminal Building, a Satellite Terminal Building and a Contact Pier. Here could also be found the first especially built Low Cost Carrier Terminal to handle the increasing number of passengers of the low cost airlines. The terminal buildings are being connected with the help of an aerotrain on every three – five minutes. Once all phases of the reconstruction plan for the Kuala Lumpur International Airport are completed by year 2020, the airport will be able to handle 130 million passengers. The airport has upgraded facilities for the operation of the Airbus A380. The available onsite facilities include a Premium Plaza Business Lounge, facilities for disabled passengers, several hotels, a bank office, ATM machines, a post office and large car parking area. There are also many shops, restaurants, cafes, plus a nursery room and offices of car rental companies. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is reached via a direct express rail service, express buses and taxis.  

Latitude 2
Longitude 101
Full name Kuala Lumpur
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Phone (03) 8776 2000
Website http://www.klia.com.my%20