Airlines flying into Malaysia
Main Local Malaysia-based
Berjaya Air, Firefly and
Other Major Airlines flying into Malaysia: Singapore Airlines,
Jetstar, Thai Air, Garuda, Japan Airlines, Korea Air, Air India,
China Airlines, KLM, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Air China, Eva Airways,
Xiamen Airlines, etc.
Free Road Maps of Malaysia
Singapore to Malaysia
China to Malaysia
Thailand to Malaysia
AIRLINES IN MALAYSIA
Main National Airline
All flights take off from KLIA
24-hour call centre in Malaysia -
1300 88 3000
outside Malaysia - +60 3 7846 3000
Major Low-Cost Carrier of Malaysia
Air Terminals: In KL, flights are
to or from the LCC
Terminal (KLIA). Flights are also available from Penang, Kuching,
Flies to many local and international destinations
(Singapore, Indonesia, China, Vietnam, Thailand, India,
other Asian countries
Air Asia X - International flights
to Australia and UK
within Malaysia - 03 8775 4000
Outside Malaysia - +603 8660 4343
within Thailand - 0 2515 9999
within Indonesia - 0804 1 333333
within Singapore - 6733 9933
within China - 86 59 2516 7777
IMPORTANT NOTICE: AirAsia's
flights will Move
to KLIA 2 on 9th May 2014 CHECK WEBSITE
Air Asia website
Small plane; mainly chartered
Tel: 603-2145 2828
(mainly 48-seater plane)
Low cost carrier under MAS.
Flights are mainly from Penang and Northern part of Peninsular
Malaysia to domestic and international destinations
Terminals: Flights are from or to
Kuala Lumpur - Subang Airport. Flights are from Many domestic
airports. Also flies to Singapore
KL Tel: 03 - 7845 4543
Penang 04 217 6321
Check new routes from Singapore to Malaysia
Malindo air address:
N1, Level 4, Airlines Office
Main Terminal Building
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), 64000, Sepang,
Operates mainly from
East Malaysia destinations & to Kuala Lumpur.
Call centre: +603-
within East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) -
Many rural flight or
internal domestic flights (under MAS).
It also flies to Bandar Seri Begawan
1st Floor, Lot 239,
Beautiful Jade Centre,
98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
88 3000 (within Malaysia) or +603 7843
3000 (outside Malaysia)
Malaysia Airlines ticket office or any
- The service is now operated by
MAS Wings Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 03-2093 7718
Other airlines flying into Malaysia:
Most frequent foreign
Others: KLM, Qantas, British
Airways, China Airlines, Korean Air, Thai International,
Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Japan Airlines, China
Airlines, Xiamen Air, Air India, etc.
Foreign budget airline: Tiger Air,
Silk Air, Cebu Pacific, Jetstar
Asian Airlines and Airports
Malaysia and Singapore Airports
International airports – Kuala Lumpur (KLIA),
Langkawi island (state of Kedah), Kuching (Sarawak)
Bahru (near Singapore).
domestic airports –
Setar (Kedah), Kuantan (Pahang), Kuala Terengganu (Terengganu), Kota
Bahru (Kelantan), Kuching (Sarawak), Kota Kinabalu (Sabah), Miri
(Sarawak), Sibu (Sarawak), Labuan (East Malaysia), Sandakan (Sabah),
Kuala Lumpur International Airport, KLIA (www.klia.com.my) is the main Airport located in Kuala Lumpur. The airport consists of the
Main terminal Building and a Satellite Building linked by an aerotrain
that shuttles every 3 to 5 minutes. INFORMATION COUNTER The Main Terminal Building (MTB) tel:
03-8776 4386 / 4389.
The Contact Pier (CP) tel: 03-8776 0259; Satellite Building (SAT) tel: 03-8776 2454
Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCC terminal) /
read move to KLIA2 below] This Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCC
Terminal - LCCT) is
specifically built at KL International Airport (near the international
terminal) to cater to passengers of
the Low Cost Airlines, esp. the passengers flying on Air Asia. It is located
20km away from the KLIA Main Terminal Building (MTB). There is a direct, non-stop shuttle/
coach from KL Sentral to LCCT
and vise versa. You can also travel by taxi.
KLIA2 info: http://www.klia2.info/
KLIA2 - The KLIA2 is built to cater for the huge growth in low cost
travel. It is designed to cater 45 million passengers a year, replacing
the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT).
The new KLIA2 terminal is measured to be at least 257,000 sqm,
with 60 gates, 8 remote stands, 80 aerobridges, plus a retail space of
32,000 sqm to accommodate 225 retail outlets.
Costing around 4 billion Malaysia Ringgit, KLIA2
KLIA2 terminal is now being scheduled to be opened in May 2014.
Subang Airport This is the Terminal for FireFly in
Kuala Lempur (note: it is nearer the city centre KL but far from KLIA)
Important note: AirAsia flies to LCC Terminal (KLIA) while FireFly flies
to Subang Airport (KL). Passengers on other airlines are advised to
check which airport the plane lands!
FROM KLIA TO KL
Travellers on Malaysia Airlines may also check-in at KL Sentral and
travel by KLIA express rail to KLIA. The journey takes about 30 minutes.
KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur is a transport hub for
Express Train and Bus to and from KLIA
KLIA main terminal to/from KuaLa Lumpur (KL Sentral) -Travel by KLIA Express Rail links;
tel 03-2267 8000.
From KLIA main
terminal to/from KL: travel by Airport Coach to/from Hentian Duta, Jalan Duta, KL; tel 03-6203 3067/ 3064
Buses to and from KLIA or Subang to the city
There are buses travelling from KLIA or Subang to Kuala Lumpur, Nilai or
Airport coaches KLIA/KL/KLIA - coaches from and to KLIA and
City Liner - to KLIA from Seramban and Nilai
SkyBus is a ground transportation company that offers quality
service at a reasonable price. SkyBus provides a point-to-point
shuttle service from KL Sentral/ 1 Utama to the KLIA2 (low cost
airline terminal - new2014) and vice versa.
FROM KLIA2 and Subang TO KL by buses/ coaches
There are several bus services from the LCCT terminal to Kuala
Lumpur, Seremban and Nila. Buses to KL stops at Jalan Duta, Pudu
Raya or KL Sentral.
From KLIA2 to KL Sentral or 1Utama : Coaches to/from KL Sentral
or 1Utama) Travel by coach or private van (booked in advance) -
the cheapest option to klia2
; tel 03 8777 888.
Skybus also offers 8-10 seater van to
other destinations in Malayia but booking must be made 3 days in
Express coach to major towns in Malaysia:
There are few express buses from KLIA to other parts of Malaysia.
Tel:603 8777 8888 Fax: 603 8777 6600. If there no buses to your
destination go to the terminals at Jalan Duta or Pudu. or see
Transport in Malaysia by Road
Subang to KL: Travel by bus or taxi to the City
centre. Taxi fares are much lower than from LCCT
Aziz Airport (Subang Airport)
The airport is currently the hub for passengers flying on
Berjaya Airways and Firefly.
Airport in Singapore You can fly to
KLIA - KL, Penang, Langkawi and Kuching
(East Malaysia) from
Airport, Singapore. More at:
Air travel from
Singapore to Malaysia
Airports in Asia Details at
All Asian Airlines and Airport page
FLYING FROM PLACE TO PLACE
Flying from KLIA and other parts of Malaysia
International flight stop at Kuala Lumpur International
There are several flights (on various airlines) operating daily from
KLIA to Singapore.
To go to other parts of the country, fly by Malaysia
Airlines, Firefly or AirAsia to get best air flight rates. It is easy to
get connecting flights to other airports in Malaysia from KLIA. To change your mode of travel in Kuala
catch the KLIA Ekspres, a high-speed direct rail service, or board a
bus at the KLIA, to the city centre – Kuala Lumpur. The KLIA
Ekspres takes you to the KL Sentral train terminal, whilst the bus
takes you to the express bus terminal at Pudu Raya or Jalan Duta, Kuala
Lumpur (buses to all parts of West Malaysia are
To other international airports in Malaysia
Many airlines fly direct KLIA or to other international Malaysian airports such as
Penang airport and
Kuching airport (Sarawak, East Malaysia),
Kota Kinabalu (Sabah). Direct Flights are available on Malaysia airlines
from places like Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Medan (Indonesia), Guangzhou,
Manila and to these airports. Daily flights on Malaysia Airlines, Singapore
Airlines are available from many Asian destinations. To fly from Singapore
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Malaysia-Singapore low cost/
FireFly, Jet Star or Tiger
Airways (all low cost airlines) flies from KLIA (LCCT) and
Penang to Singapore daily.
Air Asia and Firefly (sub. of MAS)
also fly daily from Penang to Johor Bahru (JB). Penang-JB
route is sometimes frequented by those travelling to Singapore.
AirAsia and FireFly also flies daily from other Malaysian
Airports to Singapore.
AirAsia: Available daily to Singapore from Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching
FireFly: From KL (Subang Airport) to Singapore and from other major town (Kota Baru, Alor Setar, Ipoh,
Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan and Melaka) to Singapore
Important note for flights from Singapore: Malaysia
Airlines and Singapore Airlines lands at the KLIA main terminal.
Budget Airline or Low Cost carries such as AirAsia (and Jetstar) flies to
the LCC Terminal (KLIA) while FireFly flies to
Subang Airport (KL). Passengers on other airlines are advised to
check which airport the plane lands!
Malaysia Airlines and
AirAsia also flies to Singapore from Penang, KK, Kuching, Miri
Budget airlines are point to point air services, so be
sure to have at least 3 hours interval between your flight schedule, if
you have to board another flight to/at KLIA or Changi. Budget airlines
encounter flight delays.
Routes By Air Asia to Singapore
AirAsia flies from Penang, KL (LCCTerminal), Kota
Kinabalu or Kuching to Singapore
Routes by FireFly to Singapore
Singapore to West Malaysia
KL Subang (KL) to Singapore - daily
Other Major towns in West Malaysia:
Kota Baru to Singapore,
Alor Setar to Singapore,
Ipoh to Singapore,
Kuala Terengganu to Singapore,
Kuantan to Singapore, Malacca to
Singapore to East Malaysia:
Tawau to Singapore,
Miri to Singapore
Trains Ipoh-KLIA (airport): To fly to Ipoh from KLIA (or if you
are at KLIA and want to reach Ipoh), you can take the train at Ipoh (KTM,
ETS) to KLIA, changing at KL central. The Ipoh-KL Sentral train service
is run by ETS - KTM (electric train) and KL Sentral to KLIA is by ERL.
However, you can get tickets for the entire journey at KLIA or Ipoh KTM
There are also buses/coaches from KLIA (main) to Ipoh, though not many
services per day.
and AirAsia International Routes
Malaysia Airlines flies to many countries in Asia, Europe and some
flies from KLIA (LCCT) to many towns in Thailand, Indonesia, China,
India, Philippines, Vietnam and other parts of the world. Some of the places Air Asia
flies includes: Singapore, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Perth, London (AirAsia X), Brunei,
several Indonesian towns (Bali, Batam, Pelembang, etc.), Brunei, Vietnam,
Chengdu, Guangzhou, Guilin, Hangzhou (Shanghai), Haikou, Shenzhen, Hongkong, many towns
Thailand (Bangkok, Krabi, Cheng Mai, Cheng Rai, Phuket, etc),
Yangon, Manila, Seoul, etc.
external site: Check
Air Asia Route Map
Malaysia to India
flies from Malaysia to Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
All flights will take off from the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT),
near KL. The airline already flies to Trichy, Kochi, Trivandrum and
AirAsia will also commence flights to Chennai from Penang beginning
April 28. Flights from LCCT to Chennai will commence on May 17
(daily); Bangalore on May 20 (daily); Hyderabad on July 20 (daily);
Mumbai on May 6 (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday); and New
Delhi on Aug 4 (daily).
AirAsiaX (AirAsia affiliated with Virgin Group) flies from
London and Melbourne to KLIA
Firefly flies to
destination mainly in Thailand and Indonesia such as: Koh Samui,
Phuket, Medan, Batam, Padang, Bandar Acheh and Pekan Bahru. Many
firefly flights also fly from Penang to international destinations.
Malaysia to Japan
Fly by Malaysia airlines or Air Asia to Japan.
Malaysia Airlines flies to Narita Airport, Japan.
Air Asia flies to Japan from December 2010 - to Haneda Airport
.Malaysia island destinations
by air Travellers can fly to Penang Island, Langkawi Island,
Pangkor Island, Tioman Island, Redang Island from Kuala Lumpur by
MAS or Berjaya air.
To Penang - Several daily flights from KLIA, Singapore, Langkawi and East
To Langkawi islands - daily flights from KLIA, Singapore and flights
From Thailand's island - daily flights from Phuket and Koh Samui to KL or
From Singapore - daily flights to Penang, Pulau Tioman and Pulau Langkawi.
For Tioman island, Pangkor islands - Berjaya air or Tiger Airways or
Flying in East Malaysia - Sabah and Sarawak
The states of Sabah and Sarawak many rural
airports and international airports at Kuching (Sarawak) and Kota Kinabalu
(Sabah). Airlines serving these states are AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines,
Singapore airlines and Silkair. Smaller airports are served by MASWings
all Asian Airline websites)