Talk:Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport

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International potential[edit]

This is unreferenced and sounds like original research, so I'm moving it here. Jpatokal 14:52, 8 September 2007 (UTC)

As Subang is closer to downtown than KLIA, a city to city service for business passengers is possible. Many cities now have far flung international airports, but closer domestic (formerly International ones). Existing services for "city" to "city" services of Tokyo Haneda to Shanghai Hongqiao and Seoul Gimpo to Tokyo Haneda often total travel times are cut in half over their international counterparts.

Potential exists for Subang-Don Mueang (Bangkok), bypassing Suvarnabhumi, and Subang-Songshan Airport (Taipei), cutting out an hour or more of ground based commute time.

SUBANG is 30KM to KLCC as opposed to 75KM for KLIA. However, this airport is a menace when going through rush hours as traffic snarls along the Federal Highway to KL or vice versa can take as long as 2 hours to clear. New alternative is to take the DUKE highway to NKVE and then snip of Sg Buluh exit and take a right to the airport bypass road towards Bandar Baru Sg Buluh. Though LONGER, it beats the traffic hands down anytime. Toll? RM5. Taxi: About RM29 by meter, RM40 as charged.

Locals even joked that the airport is a BAS EXPRESS hub, commuter hub as the turbo props services only 70 passengers and it's like a bus service.

Firefly make the airport now an INTERNATIONAL one, with (B) state immigration stamps serving SINGAPORE (4x daily), PHUKET , KOH SAMUI in Thailand,PEKAN BARU, MEDAN, BATAM(2/4/6) in Indonesia. Passport is NOT MANDATORY for local travel.Quite reliable and on time as opposed to Air Asia. 15KG luggage is free!!

Dr R Azrin (talk) 19:34, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

Rename title suggestion[edit]

I think this airport is commonly known as Subang Airport, so that should be the title. I doubt ppl call this airport by the full sultan name.(?) Or even "SAAS airport"? Just like Senai International Airport. kawaputratorque 18:38, 16 November 2007 (UTC)

More Add-on needed[edit]

new details to add: flights out of SZB: Transmile Air Services New renovations, formally open AUG 2009. BERJAYA AIR flies to Tioman from here.

Added info to the traveller of no rail links and parking problems there. PARKING is RM1.50 per hour or about RM25 a day.

Rapid KL bus U81 take to PASAR SENI / CENTRAL MARKET where you can catch the LRT to anywhere. Suggest traveller to get a TOUCH'N'GO card preloaded so not to give a headache of the bus / train services. Operated by RAPID. USED to be RM2.00 but government changed the fare system. Touch'N'Go no longer offered. MAYBANK available with ATMS (MONDAY-FRIDAY 0930-1600hrs)

if from KLIA or taking the KTM Kommuter, take to the PORT KLANG line alight at SETIA WANGSA station and take the U81. Fair guides:RM35 taxi to Jln Duta bus (NORTHBOUND) or RM2 to take a bus to KL. AIRPORT HAS NO HOTEL or facility to stay overnight!! CHEAP FOOD AVAILABLE FROM FOOD OUTLET AT TERMINAL 2. Take the stairs and go behind the MAS Lounge to take the aerobridge to the Old Terminal 2. Immigration Dept also located there, issuing local passports.

AirAsia tickets can also be purchased in SZB and Fireflyz tickets sold in LCCT. WiFi available in Starbucks and Big Apple Donuts. NOT AVAILABLE IN RESTRICTED AREA *(Checked In Zone).

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Dr R Azrin (talk) 19:23, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

Berjaya Air-Hua Hin[edit]

Berjaya Air has cancelled flights to Hua Hin due to low demand. I had this when I tried to book my flight to Hua Hin end of 2013 Timothyngim (talk) 17:14, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

If it has ended, then remove it from listing. HkCaGu (talk) 17:37, 17 February 2014 (UTC)