After conducting spot checks at KTM and Kelana Jaya LRT station, transport minister Anthony Loke once again paid a low-key visit to the KLIA2 before his press conference about the new year fare today.
In a Facebook post, he wrote that he did a spot-check at KLIA2 as he wanted to see the situation at the public transport hub after receiving public feedback.
This morning, before I launched the “fixed fare midnight flights” on Red Q, AirAsia, I did a spot-check at KLIA2. My purpose this morning was to see the situation at the public transport hub at Level 1, KLIA2.
Anthony Loke sees room for improvement
After the tour, the transport minister shared that he noticed some weaknesses, especially in the ride-hailing waiting rooms.
Besides, he also noticed uneven road lanes at the transport hub.
“Uneven road lanes can be dangerous for users. The management has appointed a contractor and the upgrading work will be carried out at the end of January.”
“The lighting system will also be improved so that the situation at night is brighter.”
At the end of the post, Anthony Loke also urged all stakeholders always to strive to improve the facilities and cheer up the user experience at the airport.
AirAsia announces extra CNY flights at fixed rates
Besides, AirAsia is offering additional flights to Sabah and Sarawak, with fixed fares starting from RM199 and RM249 one-way for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebration.
Anthony Loke shared the government is pleased to see AirAsia supporting its initiative to bring down fares during the important festive season, despite their operational constraints, reported The Sun Daily.
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