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- KLIA2 to be opened on June 28
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Latest news related to KLIA2...
- 19 Oct, AirAsia ready to shift to KLIA2
- 16 Oct, KLIA2 almost complete, to open by May 2014
- 07 Oct, KUB completes 3rd runway at KLIA2
- 02 Oct, ERL to come out with win-win solution for KLIA2
- 01 Oct, KLIA-KLIA2 railway line ready
- 23 Sep, MAHB projects 15 percent more staff in 2014
- 21 Sep, PAC to probe Khazanah's role in KLIA2, MAS-AirAsia fiasco
- 19 Sep, H2 more encouraging for Malaysia Airports Holdings
- 21 Aug, KUB completes 95% of KLIA2 runway works
- 20 Aug, MAHB has to fork out RM20 million more
- 19 Aug, KLIA2 task force insists work on track
- 19 Aug, Aziz Kaprawi: No increase in passenger service charge at KLIA2
- 19 Aug, Construction of KLIA2 92% completed
- 06 Aug, KLIA2: Don't fret over contractor termination
- 01 Aug, Malaysian AE Models posts hefty net loss of RM208m
- 24 Jul, Affin Research downgrades MAHB to "Add"
- 24 Jul, Cost of KLIA2 capped at RM4 billion
- 16 Jul, Hybrid or low-cost, KLIA2 charges likely to be lower
- 15 Jul, KLIA2 as a hybrid terminal raises questions on airport charges
- 13 Jul, Flaws delayed KLIA2
- 13 Jul, KLIA2 set to be the first hybrid airport in Malaysia
- 13 Jul, KLIA2 cost going up on AirAsia's requests
- 10 Jul, Malaysian AE Models unit in receivership
- 08 Jul, Measures taken to deal with KLIA2's delay
- 08 Jul, UEM-Bina Puri pledges KLIA2 deadline
- 08 Jul, Special committee to make sure KLIA2 opens on time
- 08 Jul, Hishamuddin: No more excuses for KLIA2 delay
- 08 Jul, Abdul Aziz: KLIA2 will take off on time
- 06 Jul, Ministry forms special committee to explain klia2 delay
- 06 Jul, Malaysian AE hit by KLIA2 delay
- 06 Jul, Hisham: KLIA2 can't miss April deadline
- 05 Jul, MAHB assures no more delay for KLIA2
- 05 Jul, Contractor assures KLIA2 will be completed by April 2014
- 05 Jul, KLIA2 must be opened by next May - Hishammuddin
- 04 Jul, KLIA2 contractors claim RM250 million more
- 04 Jul, Traders irked by KLIA2 delay
- 04 Jul, KLIA2 reveals all
- 04 Jul, KLIA2 contractors claim RM250m more
- 03 Jul, It's time to depart 'bus stop' in Sepang
- 03 Jul, Transport Ministry urged to probe KLIA2 delay
- 02 Jul, Doubts over KLIA2 contractors meeting next year's deadline
- 01 Jul, Malaysia Airports on track for 7% passenger movement rise
- 29 Jun, The blame game of KLIA2
- 29 Jun, MAHB adamant about LAD fine
- 28 Jun, Main contractor of KLIA2 to appeal fine for delay
- 28 Jun, Delay in KLIA2 completion not expected to impact MAHB ratings
- 27 Jun, YTL in talks with Spanish train manufacturers for KLIA2
- 26 Jun, MAHB's AAA credit profile unaffected by klia2 delay
- 25 Jun, Name and bill those behind KLIA2 delays
- 24 Jun, 212 reports against contractors of KLIA2, says MAHB
- 21 Jun, Design, poor soil conditions blight KL's new budget airport
- 20 Jun, KLIA2: Shocking 12-mth extension shows 'dirt' exposed
- 19 Jun, Malaysia budget airport launch pushed to May 2014
- 19 Jun, UEM-Bina Puri JV will revisit LAD once job done
- 19 Jun, It's May 2014 now
- 19 Jun, MAHB sets May 2, 2014 as KLIA2 revised opening date
- 19 Jun, KLIA2 new launch date on May 2 next year
Check out the news for the respective years...
- What's happened in 2013
- What's happened in 2012
- What's happened in 2011
- What's happened in 2010
- What's happened in LCCT in 2011
- What's happened in LCCT in 2010
Check out the design for the KLIA2
Check out construction work in progress:
- Photo Gallery 5 (Work in progress)
- Photo Gallery 4 (Work in progress)
- Photo Gallery 3 (Work in progress)
- Photo Gallery 2 (Work in progress)
- Photo Gallery 1 (Work in progress)
- All photos on work in progress
The KLIA2 is built to be Malaysia's Next Generation Hub - an airport hub that will allow seamless connectivity between low-cost and full-service carriers.
The new KLIA2 terminal is measured to be at least 257,000 square meter, with 60 gates, 8 remote stands, 80 aerobridges, plus a retail space of 32,000 square meters to accommodate 225 retail outlets.
Initially designed to accommodate 30 million passengers, now expanded to 45 million passengers a year, the KLIA2 is built at a cost around RM3.6 - 3.9 billion. The KLIA2 is estimated to be completed by April 2013.
Check out some of the photos of KLIA2.
KLIA2 will feature a multi-modal transportation hub for buses, taxis, and Express Rail Link (ERL) train to provide connectivity for passengers and also for the public. There is also talk of a possible KTM Train link nearby making it easy to get here.
Other facilities here include a semi-automated baggage handling system, support zones, cargo and inflight complexes, a 6,000-vehicle parking complex, two to three hotels and AirAsia's future headquarters.
Among the main hotels that will be built here is the Tune Hotel which will serve as one of the main budget hotels here. Another possibility is that Pan Pacific will also open a hotel here.
It is scoped to include a rail extension for the Express Rail Link. The construction of the Express Rail Link is expected to finish in March 2013.
Comparison Between KLIA, LCCT, and KLIA2
(passengers per year)
|25 million||15 million||45 million|
|Terminal size (sqm)||479,404||64,067||257,000|
|Retail space (sqm)||19,425||8,898||32,000 (estimated)|
|Car park (lots)||6,208 (covered lots)
5,509 (uncovered lots)
|1,100 (uncovered lots)||6,000|
|Cost (RM billion)||about 10.0||0.3 (terminal cost only)||3.6 - 3.9 (latest estimate)|
|Runway access||Runway 1 and 2 at KLIA||Runway 1 and 2 at KLIA||4Km runway with
a 2.2Km separation from Runway 2
(capacity / floor space)
|52 pax per sqm||234 pax per sqm||124 pax per sqm|
Read more about KLIA2 facilities.