KLIA finds order amid system chaos


SEPANG: Flight delays, long queues and frustrated travellers are scenes that continue to dominate the KL International Airport (KLIA), as staff members scramble to repair interruptions to its airport management system and assist passengers.

The technical glitch to the Total Airport Management System (TAMS), which started on Wednesday night, was the first to hit KLIA since its inception in June 1998.

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