15 March 2016
The airline was operating from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Two (klia2) previously before its relocation to the KLIA terminal.
Buntings, informing passengers of the Malindo Air check-in counters and size of luggage permitted, were placed at strategic locations for the convenience of passengers.
At about 11am, three Malindo Air airplanes were seen from the observation deck of the main terminal and the departure of a Malindo Air flight to Jakarta could also be heard over the public announcement system.
Malindo Air relocated to the KLIA terminal mainly to facilitate code-sharing partnership.
This move was following the first arrival of both airlines from Don Muang at 9.06pm and from Jakarta at 11.51pm, respectively at KLIA main terminal last night.
The first departure for Malindo Air from KLIA Main Terminal was at 7.21am to Kota Kinabalu and Lion Air at 8.09am to Jakarta.
MAHB said it has been working closely with both airlines to ensure smooth transition from klia2 to KLIA Main Terminal.
"Apart from extending operations and communications support, MAHB had also placed additional mobile customer service officers, the CARE ambassadors, at KLIA Main Terminal to assist passengers during this transition period.
"CARE ambassadors are permanently stationed at klia2 to ensure a joyful experience for passengers travelling through the terminal," it said.
Original Source: www.malaysiandigest.com
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