SAVE 20% ON TRAVEL WITH MALAYSIA AIRLINES
Malaysia Airlines is pleased to be appointed as the Official Airline for IFLA WLIC 2018.
Malaysia Airlines and oneworld® offers superior connectivity with seamless journeys to more than 1,000 destinations across 150 plus countries, and access to over 650 airport lounges worldwide.
Registered IFLA WLIC 2018 participants travelling to the event qualify for a discount of 20%!
|Sales period:||1 December 2017 to 23 August 2018|
|Travel period:||1 August 2018 to 15 September 2018|
|Ticket validity type:||Fixed period (refer travel period)|
In oder to benefit from the discount :
- Open www.malaysiaairlines.com website on your desktop
- Select “Flight”
- Enter your Destination, travelling date and promo code according to the details above.
- Select “Book Now” and enjoy the discounted fare!
Please note that the promo code is only applicable from/to Malaysia Airlines destinations. The discount will not apply if the chosen flight is operated by another airline.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) serves as the main gateway to Malaysia and the region. Over 60 international airlines, including low cost carriers provide direct access from more than 100 destinations worldwide via KLIA, Penang, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching international airports. Amongst these is the country’s national carrier, Malaysia Airlines (MAS).
In addition, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) is able to cater to 45 million passengers a year, providing greater accessibility. Air travel is further supported by 16 domestic airports.
KLIA Ekspres / KLIA Transit
Tel: 03-2267 8000
The KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit trains (also known as Ekspres Rail Link or ERL) are high-speed trains that connect the airport to KL Sentral Station in the city. KLIA Ekspres is the fastest mode of transport to the airport. The journey to KLIA takes 28 minutes while the journey to KLIA 2 takes 33 minutes. KLIA Transit is a similar high-speed train, but has four stops along the way; at Bandar Tasik Selatan, Salak Tinggi, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya and KLIA. The entire journey to KLIA 2 by KLIA Transit takes only 38 minutes.
During the congress, all delegates will receive a 20% discount on ERL tickets from KLIA and KLIA 2 to the KL Sentral. KLIA Ekspres tickets can be purchased on www.KLIAekspres.com/Buy-ticket with the promo code KEWLIC85. Delegates can print the train ticket and scan it at the access gate at the KLIA Ekspres train station in KL International airport or KL Sentral in the city. Please note that the discount is not applicable for the KLIA Transit train.
Skybus / Aerobus
Skybus: Tel: 016-217 6950 / 016-217 8496
Aerobus: Website: www.aerobus.my
These are scheduled air-conditioned buses that provide transport between the airport and the city. Tickets can be purchased at the counters or onboard the bus. Skybus tickets can also be purchased onboard AirAsia flights or online when purchasing AirAsia flight tickets.
KLIA Airport Limo
Tel: 1 300 88 8989
KLIA Airport Limo offers pick-up and transfer services using a prepaid coupon system. Travel time to the city takes between 45 minutes to an hour. Fares differ according to the zone and type of taxi (budget or premier). A surcharge will be imposed for transfers between midnight to 06:00.
Airport Coach (KLIA Main Terminal only)
Tel: 03-8787 3894 / 016-228 9070
The Airport Coach provides scheduled bus services from KLIA to KL Sentral Station. The bus station is situated at the Ground Floor, Block C of KLIA’s Main Terminal. The journey takes about 1 ½ hours, depending on traffic.
The main bus terminals in Kuala Lumpur are Pudu Sentral, TBSBTS (Bandar Tasik Selatan Integrated South Terminal) and Hentian Putra. Visitors from the north (states such as Penang, Perak, Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and southern Thailand) will arrive in Pudu Sentral. The hub for buses from the south (Melaka, Johor and Singapore) is TBSBTS. Hentian Putra is the disembarkation point for buses from the east coast states of Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu.
Car rental services are available both at the airport and at KL Sentral. The Kuala Lumpur – Seremban Highway is the main route into the city. The drive takes about one hour or less, depending on traffic conditions. G