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Kuala Lumpur’s new Low Cost Terminal

by Matt Falcus

(c) Marcus AffleckKuala Lumpur International Airport is to open a new Low Cost Carrier (LCC) terminal in October 2012, which will see a capacity of up to 15 million passengers per year.

The airport only opened its existing LCC terminal in 2006, mainly to cater for the growing number of low cost airline flights by carriers such as Air Asia, who are very big in the country.

Now, to cope with demand, the new terminal – dubbed KLIA2 – will be built to offer more room for expansion and greater comfort for passengers. It will be situated opposite the main terminal.

Once open, the existing LCC terminal will be given over to use as a cargo terminal.


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