KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is working closely with several ministries and government agencies to ensureaseamless experience for passengers at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) immigration arrival hall ahead of Visit Malaysia 2020.
MAHB said it was working with the Home Ministry, Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry, police, Immigration Department, Customs Department and Land Public Transport Agency.
“Among the major initiatives include the relocation of Eraman emporium at klia2 to cater to the expansion and reconfiguration of the Immigration arrival area. This reconfiguration will ensure that the counters and autogates are placed at the most optimal location and allow for a more comfortable and smoother flow of immigration process for the convenience of passengers,” the statement read.
MAHB said the layout and plan for the new configuration was shared with the representatives of the ministries and agencies today, and the initiative was well received.
“The relocation work will start tonight and will take about seven weeks to complete by Dec 31.”
There are 50 Immigration counters and 10 autogates available for passengers arriving at klia2.