KTM Rail Link, Terminal 2 a boon for Skypark


KUALA LUMPUR: The upcoming completion of the KTM Rail Link and the expansion of Terminal 2, Subang, will allow Skypark Terminal to attract more visitors by providing a convenient and cost-effective method to travel.

Subang SkyPark Sdn Bhd executive director Tan Sri Ravindran Menon said the company is grateful to its visitors who use SkyPark Terminal as their preferred airport, especially during the Chinese New Year holiday.

“SkyPark welcomes the Lunar New Year by surprising travellers with zesty offerings. These are exciting time for SkyPark Terminal as we head towards reaching our goal of catering to five million passengers by 2020,” he said in a statement.

Ravindran said the year of the Rooster was shaping up to be an exciting one for Malaysia’s busiest airport upon the completion of the KTM Rail Link in June, 2017.

“With expansion plans of Terminal 2 to be announced soon, there is no stopping the growth of the airport,” he added.

SkyPark Terminal’s focus on ease of travel to and from the airport has been a major contributor to its success. Located a mere 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, it is a convenient option to travel to some of Malaysias major destinations and Singapore. — Bernama

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