Subang Airport is the gateway to Malaysian popular holiday destinations
A view of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
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The airport is also known as Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SAAS) or Subang Skypark. Tourist who wants to travel out of Kuala Lumpur to other attractions in Malaysia by air they can get Airline at Subang Skypark.
The airport had three terminals: Terminal 1 for international flights, Terminal 2 for Singapore – Kuala Lumpur shuttle flights by Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines and Terminal 3 (Subang Skypark) for domestic flights.
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Transmile Air Services is a cargo airline base in Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang. It is the only air cargo companies in the airport. It head office is in the Transmile Centre in the Cargo Complex of the airport. Transmile Air was designated a National Cargo Carrier by the Malaysian Transport Ministry in 1996. Transmile is a corporation listed on Bursa Malaysia or (Malaysia Exchange).
Transmile Air Services is an express freight and freighter charter company. It has courier transportation services between Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia and services international companies such as DHL, UPS and others. Other services offered by Transmile such as aircraft charters and wet leases specialists with experience operating cargo flights around the world.
VistaJet: It is a private aviation companies which has a small Bombardier fleet base at Subang SkyPark. VistaJet offer a very expensive rate to fly. The only able to travel with this luxury aviation are business travelers and the rich and famous. Rates for Vistajet flights vary from $5,000 to $7,400 (RM17,616 to RM26,072) per hour depending on aircraft type. Hourly rates exclude overnight services, ground handling, landing permits, and navigation. Travellers no more needed to wait in lines as there is a special Vistajet lounge for travellers.
Hiring a private jet such as Vistajet would eliminates the need for huge investments to buy a private aircraft and paying the fees for keeping the plane in a hangar. Besides that it saves on fuel costs and pilot costs to fly the plane. VistaJet aims to capture the Asian market from its base at Subang SkyPark.
The airport situated 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur city centre. It connected via main highways to the city centre. There are multiple modes of Kuala Lumpur public transport to get to Subang Airport such as Rapid KL bus and taxis direct to the terminal and back to the city.
There are no rail links connected to the airport unlike KL International Airport but travellers can catch a local bus such as RapidKL out of Central Market bus hub and also direct RapidKL bus route between KL Sentral and Subang Slypark. There are plans to connect Subang Airport directly to the RapidKL and KTM Komuter lines, so people can travel directly to the airport by LRT.
Shuttle Busses leaves Skypark Terminal: Shuttle bus leaves the Skypark Terminal to Kelana Jaya LRT station, Curve Mutiara Damansara, Plaza Damas and Pekeliling Bus Station (Titiwangsa station). The shuttle bus leaves Skypark Terminal hourly from 7:30am to 9:30pm.
Shuttle Busses leaves Kuala City to Skypark Terminal: There are also shuttle busses that depart from a few places within the city and Petaling Jaya area such as at Pekeliling Bus Terminal, Plaza Damas, The Curve (Mutiara Damansara) and at LRT station Kelana Jaya. Ticket prices start from RM3 and can be paid on the bus. If you travel to Subang by LRT train (Rapid KL or KTM Komuter) then you can take a bus from either Kelana Jaya station or Subang Jaya KTM station.
Public Busses to Kuala Lumpur City: Public buses passing through the main road just outside the terminal building. Buses heading towards Kuala Lumpur city center are on the opposite side of the road. You have to cross the road by using pedestrian bridge to get to the other side and then wait for buses at the designated stop. One-way bus fare to Kuala Lumpur is RM 3.00. The journey normally takes about 1 to 1 1/2 hours, depending on the traffic conditions along the way.
Public Busses from Kuala Lumpur City: There are RapidKL busses No. U81 leaves Pasar Seni LRT Station in the city to Subang Mahsing via Subang Skypark Terminal. Metrobus Nationwide No. 9 also leaves Kotaraya, in the city to Subang Mahsing via Subang Skypark Terminal.
Travel by taxi is the easiest way to get in and out of the airport. There is a taxi booth inside the terminal building, so arriving passengers can directly go to the booth and get on the taxi right away. One of the popular taxi services in the terminal is One Malaysia Taxi.
Taxis in Kuala Lumpur city center are always willing to take you to Subang Airport. Prices will not be more than RM20. If the driver doesn't want to use the meter then you pay around RM25.
There is no train service from the terminal to the city.
There is no direct train service to Subang Skypark Terminal from city. But still to avoid traffic in the city tourist can catch train from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), Kuala Lumpur. Take the KTM Komuter (Rawang) train to KL Sentral Station and interchange to KTM Komuter (Pelabuhan Klang) to Subang Jaya Station. From the Subang Jaya KTM Station take the taxi or shuttle bus to the Subang Terminal Airport. It just takes 30 minutes to travel and the time duration is depending on the traffic flow.
Tourist coming from KLIA Airport, take the KLIA Transit (ERL) train to KL Sentral Station and then interchange to KTM Komuter (Pelabuhan Klang) train to Subang Jaya Station.
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Below you can see a Google Sattelite Maps of Subang Airport. You can simply scroll through the map with your mouse. Use the markers on the left to zoom in or out of the city map.
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