klia2 Open Day, 27 April 2014
Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) will hold an Open Day for the klia2 this Sunday, April 27, 2014.
MAHB said on Wednesday the Open Day for the world’s largest purpose-built terminal dedicated to low cost carriers will be from 9am to 5pm.
It said the public would be able to experience and explore klia2 before its opening on May 2. Registration starts at 9am and programmes will commence at 10am and end at 5pm.
“There will be lots of fun activities awaiting visitors including 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,” it said.
MAHB added mock boarding passes would be issued to visitors upon registration as a souvenir of the visit to klia2 Open Day. Visitors could also view and experience the klia2 Skybridge, the first in Asia and only the third airport Skybridge in the world.
There will also be bus tours to the new Runway 3 and other airside facilities offered to all visitors.
MAHB had also lined up a mobile photo contest, where visitors can capture their best moments at klia2. Visitors may also experience shopping and dining at gateway@klia2, as some of the outlets including food and beverage will be operating on April 27.
|Facts and figures about klia2 terminal|
|Capacity to accommodate 45 million passengers per year|
|257,000 m2 total area, 32,000 m2 retail space and shops|
|6,000 car park lots|
|Estimated total cost of RM4.0 Billion|
|4Km Runway 3 with a 2.2km separation from Runway 2|
|Tallest Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) in region|
|Skybridge spanning 300 meters long|
|124 pax / m2 passenger comfort (capacity / floor space)|
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