The Kuala Lumpur International Airport, or KLIA, is Malaysia's main international airport and one of the major airports in South East Asia. It is the largest and busiest airport in Malaysia. In 2016, it handled 52,643,511 passengers and 642,558 tonnes of cargo.

Facts and figures about KLIA terminal
Grand opening 27 June 1998
IATA / ICAO KUL / WMKK
Hub for Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air, MASKargo, UPS Airlines, AirAsia, AirAsia X, AsiaCargo Express
Passengers 52,643,511 (2016)
Airfreight 642,558 tonnes (2016)
Main Terminal Building & Contact Pier
Floor area 3,620,000 sq ft
Capacity 5 million passengers per annum
Parking Bays 20 (aerobridge), 23 (remote)
Satellite Building
Floor area 1,543,590 sq ft
Capacity 20 million passengers per annum
Parking Bays 26 (aerobridge), 15 (remote)

Following are pictures of KLIA taken at various time for your review. Check out the KLIA layout plan.

Satellite Building, KLIA

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building
Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building


Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building
Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building
Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building

Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building
Aerotrain platforms, Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building at KLIA
Satellite Building at KLIA

Satellite Building at KLIA
Satellite Building at KLIA


Satellite Building at KLIA
Satellite Building at KLIA

Satellite Building at KLIA
Satellite Building at KLIA

Satellite Building at KLIA
Satellite Building at KLIA

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Shops at Satellite Building
Shops at Satellite Building

Shops at Satellite Building
Shops at Satellite Building


Shops at Satellite Building
Shops at Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Gates C at Satellite Building
Gates C at Satellite Building


Aerotrains at KLIA

Aerotrain tracks at KLIA
Aerotrain tracks at KLIA

Aerotrain tracks at KLIA
Aerotrain tracks at KLIA

Aerotrain tracks at KLIA
Aerotrain tracks at KLIA

KLIA and Aerotrain Tracks
KLIA and Aerotrain Tracks


Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings

Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings
Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings

Satellite Building
Satellite Building

Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings
Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings

Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings
Aerial view of KLIA and surroundings

KLIA from far
KLIA from far

Aerial view of KLIA Satellite Building
Aerial view of KLIA Satellite Building


Main Terminal Building

Escalator to Departure Level, Level 5
Escalator to Departure Level, Level 5

Level 5, Main Terminal Building
Level 5, Main Terminal Building

Level 5, Main Terminal Building
Level 5, Main Terminal Building

Level 5, Main Terminal Building
Level 5, Main Terminal Building

KLIA
KLIA

KLIA
KLIA

Storage area at KLIA
Storage area at KLIA

Covered bridge to the Hotel
Covered bridge to the Sama-Sama Hotel


Flights at KLIA

Flight at KLIA
Qatar Airways flight at KLIA

Flight at KLIA
AirAsia flight at KLIA

Flight at KLIA
Singapore Airlines flight at KLIA

Flight at KLIA
Flight at KLIA

Flight at KLIA
Malaysia Airlines flight at KLIA

Flights at KLIA
Malaysia Airlines flights at KLIA

Flight at KLIA
Malaysia Airlines flights at KLIA

Flights at KLIA
Malaysia Airlines flights at KLIA

Flight landing at KLIA
Flight landing at KLIA

Flights at KLIA
Malaysia Airlines flights at KLIA

Flights at KLIA
Malaysia Airlines flights at KLIA


Qatar Airways flight at KLIA
Qatar Airways flight at KLIA

The ground breaking ceremony for Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) took place on 1 June 1993 and the grand opening was officially inaugurated by the 10th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Ja'afar of Negeri Sembilan, on 27 June 1998.