Government to address KLIA2 impasse


HANOI: The Government has agreed to look into AirAsia’s latest concerns about KLIA2 but the low-cost carrier will have to move to the new terminal eventually.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said he needed to know why the airline was reluctant to move now as it must have agreed on details of the move with Malaysia Airports Holdings (MAHB) earlier.

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