Aerotrain KLIA temporary closure

Temporary closure of Aero Train Shuttle Service at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to allow upgrading of its facilities for 5 months period.
The shut down will begin on 01st November 2010 to 15th March 2011. It will be replaced by 24-hour shuttle buses that will be ferrying passengers to and from the Main Building and Satellite buildings.

Arriving passengers should proceed to the shuttle bus lounge at Gate C5 for transfer to the main hall for immigration, baggage collection and customs clearance.
For customers departing from KLIA, they should head for the shuttle bus lounge, located directly below the aerotrain station at the main terminal. The drop off point at the Satellite building will be Gate C11.

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Signs showing information on the pickup and dropoff points will also be placed around the airport and at check-in counters.

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During this period, MAHB will be using a fleet of 16 buses to shuttle passengers between the Main Terminal Building (MTB) to the Satellite Building.
As such, to avoid inconvenience to passengers, with immediate effect, at Point of Reservations and Ticketing, the travel agent staff need to inform the passengers who are travelling on MH flights from 01 Nov 2010 onwards that they must be early at the Airport for check-in in order not to miss their flights.
Upon completion of the upgrading, Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad (MAHB) operations services chief Datuk Azmi Murad said there will be two trains running at all times. One train will be on standby.
According to Datuk Azmi Murad, he expects the aerotrain to resume service from March 16 next year, but admitted the service will only be running non-stop after September 2011, when its order of a new three-car train set arrive
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