Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)
Kuala Lumpur International Airport is one of busiest hubs and destinations of the world. The airport is located 31 miles from the capital city "Kuala Lumpur".
Airport was opened on 1 June 1993. Airport is constructed to replace the existing airport named "Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport". Now Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport is not handling any flights. After the opening of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, this airport eventually converted it into one of the busiest airports in the world.
There are more than 100 airlines operating at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, including: Air Astana, Air France, Air India Express, Bangkok Airways, British Airways, China Airlines, Emirates, Flynas, KLM, Mahan Air, Pakistan International Airlines, Royal Jordanian, Malindo Air, Air Asia and Malaysia Airlines. The airport was facilitated with a shopping arcade, duty-free outlets, money exchangers, medical centres, cafes, bars, Free Wi-Fi, ATM and public telephones. Long-term and short-term parkings are also available. There are plenty of restaurants e.g. Burger King, Subway and Grand Café. Several hotels are placed nearby, for instance: "Sama-Sama Hotel" and "Pan Pacific Airport Hotel" located only 10 minutes’ walk from the airport.
KLIA Ekspres trains are available on the main terminal in every 15 minutes and take 30 miles to overcome. Airport coaches run every 30 minutes from the airport to the City Centre. The most convenient transport would a taxi. Taxi ride usually takes about 35-45 minutes and costs €18. Shuttle services are also available to resorts and destinations all over the city from the airport.