KLIA's aerotrain breakdown causes bottleneck

KLIA's aerotrain breakdown causes bottleneck

SEPANG, MALAYSIA - Passengers at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) were left frustrated after both of the terminal's aerotrains ceased functioning late yesterday evening.

Instead, they were ferried to the departure gates with the help of several buses, but a long queue caused a bottleneck, sending the midnight travellers furious over delays.

However, a customer service representative, when contacted, said flights had not been delayed and passengers were still to board their flights.

It is understood that both trains were undergoing maintenance. Passengers using the terminal today were also advised to arrive three hours before their scheduled flights to avoid inconvenience.

As at press time, an official from KLIA could not be reached for comment.

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