Kuala Lumpur International Airport is situated 55km (34 miles) south of Kuala Lumpur.
Dialling code: +60
Telephone: (03) 8776 2000.
Lufthansa at the airport
At the airport
Lufthansa is located in Terminal M.
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You can relax, take forty winks or get down to some work before your next flight in the Lufthansa and Star Alliance partner lounges at all major international airports.
To the loungefinder
How to get there
The North-South Central Link Expressway (E6) is the primary access road for the airport. From the city centre, take the southbound Jalan Puchong-Petaling Jaya (B11) route to the westbound Damansara–Puchong Expressway (E11). Exit this main road at the interchange for the North-South Central Link Expressway (E6) and follow the latter and its extension southwards to the airport. The journey from downtown Kuala Lumpur to the airport takes about one hour.
Secondary access is via the eastern route, which links the Nilai interchange with the airport.
KLIA Ekspres (tel: (03) 2267 8088; www.KLIAekspres.com) is the direct non-stop express rail service between the airport and KL City Air Terminal (KLCAT) at Kuala Lumpur’s Central Station (journey time: 28 minutes; fare: RM35). KLIA Transit is another high-speed commuter train between the airport and KLCAT, but this stops at several intermediate stations (journey time: 35 minutes; fare: RM35).
Express buses to Kuala Lumpur and local buses to Nilai KTM Komuter Station and Subang are available from the bus station on the ground floor of Block C, in the short-term car park.
Taxis are available from outside the arrivals area. Passengers should buy a coupon at the taxi counters in the arrivals area, and are advised not to use taxis offered by illegal operators.
There are extensive parking facilities at the airport. Blocks A, B, C and D of the covered short-term car parks are situated near the terminal; there is also an uncovered car park that is connected to the Main Terminal and the Sama Sama Hotel by a courtesy shuttle service.