The KLIA Aerotrain, an automated train that operates between the main terminal building and satellite buildings at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, has been out of service since March 1. The Aerotrain got stuck in the middle of its run on March 1. The airport authority says the resume of the servce timing has not been determined. The bus services will be catered for the passengers need to travel between terminals.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the aero train service was also suspended and buses were used for alternative transportation.
It is expected that it will take longer than usual to move from one terminal to another and transfer between terminals, so please be sure to move as early as possible, especially if you are using international flights.
Dear passengers at KLIA, this is a friendly reminder that our aerotrain service is currently suspended. Please proceed straight to the bus lounge to transfer between Main Terminal Building and Satellite Building. pic.twitter.com/AeWzDSAxiG
— Malaysia Airports (@MY_Airports) March 6, 2023