Operations at KLIA back to normal four days after disruption


SEPANG (Bernama): Operations at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) returned to normal Sunday (Aug 25) after it was hit by network equipment failure on Wednesday (Aug 21) night which caused long queues and flight delays.

A check at 9.30am showed passengers going about their business as usual, and smooth check-ins and movement of queues, with the flight information display system (FIDS) having recovered with updated information.

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