The new Malaysian Airport, Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2), is built to be Malaysia’s Next Generation International Airport Hub that allows seamless connectivity for both local and international low-cost & full-service carriers. Officially opened on May 2, 2014, the klia2 is built to cater for the explosive growth in low-cost travel industry, capable of servicing 45 million passengers a year.
|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)|
klia2 2012 videos
klia2 under construction. This video was uploaded and published on 28 Dec 2012
Visualisation Interior of klia2
We invite you to step into our world with the arrival of the new terminal at Kuala Lumpur International Airport – klia2. In its current scope and capacity, klia2 is positioned to be the biggest terminal for Low Cost Carriers (LCC) in the world, serving as a global benchmark for future terminals of its kind.
A highly touted feature that Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) will offer with the completion of klia2 over other airports in the world, is the seamless connectivity between full service and low cost airlines.
Passengers will be able to enjoy a hassle-free traveling experience through the proximity and ease of connectivity between the Main Terminal Building, KLIA and klia2. klia2 is designed with flexibility in mind to allow expandability for future growth trends and operational models of airlines. Its robustness will no doubt be able to accommodate the ever-evolving and dynamic global aviation industry. This video was uploaded on 20 Feb 2012
klia2 A Place For the Curious
This video was uploaded on 6 Jan 2012
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