Passengers, who need to make transfers between KLIA and LCCT need to clear immigration, collect their luggage; clear customs make their way to the other terminal to go through the whole ordeal again. At the time LCCT was built nobody could imagine that this budget terminal would handle so many passengers in the near future. In KLIA2 will be opened to public. This new terminal is able to handle 30 million passengers each year, though the main improvement is the direct connection to KLIA. No more separate transport, no more going check out completely to get your connecting low budget flight.
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Passengers, who need to make transfers between KLIA and LCCT need to clear immigration, collect their luggage; clear customs make their way to the other terminal to go through the whole ordeal again. At the time LCCT was built nobody could imagine that this budget terminal would handle so many passengers in the near future.
In KLIA2 will be opened to public. This new terminal is able to handle 30 million passengers each year, though the main improvement is the direct connection to KLIA. No more separate transport, no more going check out completely to get your connecting low budget flight.
Because of this the government decided to build this new terminal mainly because of the great success of the low cost carrier AirAsia. After the opening of the LCCT; they had more room to handle all passengers.
Shops, restaurants and ATMs Optimal passenger flow has top priority at LCCT; the goal was to help a passenger as fast as possible from their flight to the taxi vice versa. No extra delays, no hassle; just quick and easy. There are numerous small shops at LCCT; for example a Coffee Bean, McDonalds, lunchrooms and shops were you can buy magazines, toiletries and many other small products.
There are a few ATMs and also some currency exchange offices. If you exit the airport from the domestic area you can walk directly to the massive Food Garden.
Here you can find numerous small restaurants. This food court is opened 24 hours a day. There is also a Plaza Premium Lounge located at the International Departure Hall 24h — RM88 where you can relax in a quiet area before your flight takes off. If you have a stopover of at least 5 hours you could consider heading into Kuala Lumpur. Tune Hotels is mainly popular because of the affordable prices. If you make reservation beforehand, prices sometimes are less than RM20 per room per night.
Here you can buy your taxi ticket to Kuala Lumpur city center for a fixed price around RM You can also buy a premier taxi ticket; which is a little bit more expensive but certainly worth it because of the extra leg space and trunk space sometimes your suitcase will stick out of the older taxis with limited trunk space.
Traveling time is 1 hour and 15 minutes. This bus will take you to KL Sentral; from there you can easily take the bus, monorail or taxi into the city center. The downside of the SkyBus service is that the driver sometimes waits until there are enough passengers on board the bus should depart every 30 minutes. This could imply you have to wait a while before the bus departs. There is a taxi counter at KL Sentral so you do not have to haggle with the driver up front.
The shuttle bus departs from the Shuttle Service Bay opposite of the domestic arrival hall. From here it takes around 30 minutes to get to KL Sentral.
Tickets costs RM You can just buy a taxi ticket at the taxi counter one at domestic arrival, and one at int. If you have enough time before your connecting flight then you could opt for the cheaper airport liner service; this bus takes 30 minutes and costs RM3. AirAsia check in counters close 45 minutes before departure time.
Make sure you always arrive well in time at LCCT. If you have connecting flights always keep a two hour margin between the two flights just to be on the safe side. You can simply scroll through the map with your mouse.
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LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal)
Parking bays 1 KLIA features a number of modern design features that assist in the efficient operation of the airport. Spanning There are a total of check-in counters, located in 6 different islands, identified by the letters A — M excluding I. Multi check-in services are available, designed for the use of all passengers arriving, departing or in transit. Self check in facilities are available in this airport since ,   and KLM was the first airline to use the Common-use self-service kiosks.