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Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is a massive, modern facility with plenty of room to expand. Completed in 1998, 55 kilometres from the city centre, it has a main terminal and Satellite A, linked together by the 'Aerotrain people-mover'.
Satellite A handles all international flights except those originating or ending at another Malaysian city. Arriving international passengers take the people-mover to the main terminal. Here they descend one floor to the 58 immigration channels--those for Malaysian citizens are equipped with automatic passport readers--and 10 baggage carousels. Domestic passengers, who disembark at the main terminal, also descend one floor to an adjacent arrivals area with two carousels.
No visa is required for …