Kuala Lumpur Airport Arrivals KUL

Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur

Airport: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
IATA code: KUL
ICAO code: WMKK

Address
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
43900 Sepang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-8776 2000
Node for: Malindo Air, Malaysia Airlines, and AirAsia
Elevation: 21 m
Serves: Greater Kuala Lumpur, Negeri Sembilan, and Malacca

KUL arrivals today

Find out Kuala Lumpur international airport arrivals

Kuala Lumpur International Airport is often called KLIA. It is a modern airport in Asia and is often used as a hub to and from Australia, Middle Eastern region and Europa. Sometimes to other big airports but also to smaller ones within Malaysia. It is the country’s largest airport, making it an important hub to many destinations around the world. This relatively new airport is located 28 miles from the center in Sepang District. It is a hub and home base of Malaysia Airlines, Malindo and AirAsia, among others.

KLIA Airport replaced the former Subang Airport in 1993 as the main airport in Malaysia. Subang airport could not cope with the increasing demand for flights, so there was a need to build a new airport. In the first phase, 2 runways and the current terminal KLIA 1 were built for the first arrivals. Phase 2 resulted in a total capacity of 35 million passengers. The third phase significantly increased capacity to 100 million passengers per year. This was partly due to the second terminal and third runway. The final official opening was in 1998.

Ground transport Kuala Lumpur Airport

The airport is easily accessible by public transport. There are Kuala Lumpur arrivals by train at the terminal. It takes half an hour from the center. You can travel cheaper with the, but the journey takes a little longer. If you have a rental car it will take you 50-60 minutes as well as a taxi which costs around MYR 80.

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KLIA terminals

The airport has two major terminals. The Main Terminal 1 has flights from most airlines. The second terminal is smaller but has a much larger capacity at the moment. From Terminal 2 (KLIA 2) there are mainly only KUL airport arrivals by low cost airlines.

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Runways and passenger stats at Kuala Lumpur

There are 3 runways at the airport, each measuring 13,000 feet. In 2019, there were 399,827 Kuala Lumpur Airport arrivals (aircraft), but that will be much less in 2020 due to corona. In 2019, with all flights combined, there were 62,336,469 passengers. Except for 2001, there has always been an increase in passengers since opening in 1998.

Routes with KLIA flight arrivals

About two thirds of the flights are international and one third are domestic KUL arrivals. Most of the domestic KLIA arrivals are from:

Most international Kuala Lumpur flight arrivals come from:

Other important international destinations are from the region are the following:

As mentioned, it is an important hub for Australia and there are many Kuala Lumpur arrivals from Sydney Airport, Perth and Melbourne.

For routes going west with destinations in India, Middle East and Europe: