AirAsia to Move to KLIA2

AirAsia moves to modern KLIA2 Kuala Lumpur is starting to shape up even more for the international business traveller, as AirAsia moves to the more comfortable and modern KLIA2 (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) facility in May.

This move will provide a straight shot into the KL Sentral Station via express train, operated by Express Rail Link (ERL) and which would impress any Japanese businessperson with its cleanliness, punctuality, and free WiFi.

AirAsia flies into/out of the refurbished Haneda Airport (HND) in Japan, which is located practically in downtown Tokyo. This shaves off an hour (at least) of travel time each way that would be unavoidable if flying into Narita International Airport (NRT). Moreover, flying into KL’s KLIA is a much more pleasant experience than flying into LCCT (low cost carrier terminal), and the express train into town makes it a safer, less stressful way to travel to town after landing.

For more information, here are articles on AirAsia and the ERL via Malaysia’s The Star.