2004 Passenger Traffic:
From Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Central Link Expressway (ELITE), which is the primary access road for the airport.
Blocks A, B, C and D of the covered short-term car park are situated near the terminal. There is also an uncovered car park, which is connected to the main terminal building and the Pan Pacific Hotel by a courtesy shuttle service.
Rail: KLA Ekspres is a direct express rail service between the airport and KL City Air Terminal (KLCAT) located at Kuala Lumpur’s Sentral Station. KLIA Transit is another high speed commuter train between the airport and KLCAT. Road: Taxi: Taxis are available on the Arrivals level. Passengers should buy a coupon at taxi counters on the Arrivals level and are advised not to use taxis offered by illegal taxi operators. Limousine: A pre-paid limousine service is also available. Bus: Express buses to Kuala Lumpur and local buses to Nilai KTM Komuter station and Subang are available from the bus station located on the ground floor of Block C in the covered car parking.
Estimated on-time arrivals for June 2005: 88%.
Cathay Pacific Airways, China Airlines, EVA Airways, Malaysian Airlines, Plaza Business Center, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Thai International Airways
There are many shops, including duty-free.
There are restaurants, snack bars, delis, fast-food outlets, bars and cafes.
Conference and Business Facilities:
The Plaza Business Center is equipped with telephone, fax, Internet and videoconferencing facilities, as well as postal and secretarial services. The Airside Transit Hotel and the KLIA Pan Pacific Hotel also have business centers offering fax, photocopying, Internet, workstation hire and secretarial services. The E-Centre has high-speed and wireless Internet, web cams, videos, computers, printing, CD burning, scanning, telephones, fax and videoconferencing facilities.
The KLIA Pan Pacific Hotel (www.klairport.panpacific.com) is within a five-minute walk of the airport.