KLIA2 to commence in April 2013

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KLIA2The Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2), the new low-cost carrier terminal, will be able to handle 43 million passengers come April 2013, when it commences operations. Additional features such as aerobridges will be built to aid the disabled, pregnant women and children. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad’s (MAHB) managing director, Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad, said construction work, which began October 2009, was 42 percent completed. The total cost is estimated to be between RM3.6 bn to RM3.9 bn. Located 2km away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, this dedicated terminal will be the largest terminal for low-cost carriers in the world and an iconic landmark for the aviation industry when it opens its doors for business in 2013.

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The Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2), the new low-cost carrier terminal, will be able to handle 43 million passengers come April 2013, when it commences operations. Additional features such as aerobridges will be built to aid the disabled, pregnant women and children. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad’s (MAHB) managing director, Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad, said construction work, which began October 2009, was 42 percent completed. The total cost is estimated to be between RM3.6 bn to RM3.9 bn. Located 2km away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, this dedicated terminal will be the largest terminal for low-cost carriers in the world and an iconic landmark for the aviation industry when it opens its doors for business in 2013.

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KLIA2The Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2), the new low-cost carrier terminal, will be able to handle 43 million passengers come April 2013, when it commences operations. Additional features such as aerobridges will be built to aid the disabled, pregnant women and children. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad’s (MAHB) managing director, Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad, said construction work, which began October 2009, was 42 percent completed. The total cost is estimated to be between RM3.6 bn to RM3.9 bn. Located 2km away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, this dedicated terminal will be the largest terminal for low-cost carriers in the world and an iconic landmark for the aviation industry when it opens its doors for business in 2013.

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