Some of us may already know that KLIA Transit offers 10% discount on its tickets purchased at its kiosks located at the stations. This is done probably to reduce congestion at its ticket counters. While most users can save from the offer, we found out many of the travelers are not aware of this discount.
Since Maybank has 5% cashback for all retail transactions during the weekends for its Maybank 2 Cards, you can use your American Express card while purchasing your tickets.
If you need latest schedule for KLIA Transit, visit myjadual.com today. The schedule is available in both English and Bahasa Melayu.
KLIA Transit is the regularly-scheduled airport train service from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang to Kuala Lumpur city centre. Its stops include KL Sentral, Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya, Salak Tinggi, KLIA and KLIA2.
For more information about KLIA Transit service and fare information, click here.
For several months, the KLIA Ekspres website has been inaccessible for the users. We are not sure why but there is not news available. There is a telephone number in our directory but we think it will do us nothing good if we call the customer support. Being a service provider, the operating company, Express Rail Link (ERL) cannot simply let this matter pass through without any concrete solution.
Gladly enough, the website is now accessible again. This is a huge milestone, especially as the opening date of KLIA2 draws near. More users, especially tourists would love to do some research before they begin their travel. Malaysia as the 2nd most visited country in Asia after China should spearhead the effort to improve communication with tourists.
We are not sure about this but we think the website might have a new look plus some added information. The most notable one is the online promotion a well as added information about KLIA2 service.
As a quick update, KLIA2 will be part of KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit route. The inter-terminal fare will be charged at RM 2 per journey. While this is really cheap, we think it is a better idea to abolish it altogether to eliminate unnecessary congestion as well as improve inter terminal connectivity. Perhaps the added revenue is necessary to ensure the financial feasibility of KLIA2 operation. Throughout the years, we are aware that AirAsia is in close consultation in building KLIA2 and there are several demands that they need. The basic idea is charging users only when necessary and also try to go the cheapest way.