KLIA2 documented about 160,000 travellers on more than 900 flights were the highest rate in traffic movement since its opening on the 2nd of May.
Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) claims that the high rate of traffic which occured on Monday and Wesak Day were good signs of a well performance by airlines operational at the new airport.
“The variety of promotions followed by the holidays led to a remarkably high number of boarders and vistiors at KLIA2. In the past two days, more than 200,000 people visited KlIA2 and [email protected]
“This happens to also relate to MAHB’s anticipation of reaching 24 million passengers within the first 12 months of operations at KLIA2,” said MAHB in a statement.
They also had experiental steady and amazing performance from airport and flight operations.
“Instance performance records indicated 88% of arrival bags were delivered in 15 minutes of arrival and the last one was about 45 minutes of arrival.
“All of the aerobridges docking was on time as 98% of aerobridges docked inside two minutes of the plane being parked at gate.
“The distribution of gates and bays also was enchanced drastically to being just nine bay changes on Tuesday and no changes till noon yesterday,'” it said.
MAHB distinguished that the commercial offerings at KLIA2 terminal carried on enhancing with 105 commercial outlets now open for the pleasure of the community.
They also look for the public’s help in guaranteeing the new amenities are kept spotless and operational.
“The facilities were greatly used as the service contractors and airport operations team had been working extra hard to make certain that they were well organised, especially on hygiene and trolley administration.
“We are looking at new proposal like installing Customer Realtime Feedback System in washrooms for the public to report on matters regarding cleanliness and breakdowns and help us react quicker. We are also able to obtain and take action to puclic feedback via social media which we found effective,” said MAHB.
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