KLIA will replace Aerotrain system after over 20 years in service


The Aerotrain system at KLIA will finally be replaced after operating for over two decades. — Filepic

The Aerotrain system at the KL International Airport (KLIA) will finally be replaced after more than two decades in service.

The Aerotrain, also known as the Automated People Mover (APM), has shuttled more than 300 million passengers between the satellite and main terminal buildings over the years.

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