Fly to Bali via Kuala Lumpur

Old Aug 31st, 2019, 08:32 PM
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Fly to Bali via Kuala Lumpur

Hi, i m going to Bali via Kuala Lumpur.
Arrive at 9:40 am in KL in KLIA1 terminal M, departure at 12:15 pm via Indonesia AirAsia to Denpasar.
1) who flew via KL, can u tell me can i pass check-in and check-out for 2,5 hours? i m without luggage.
2) how do i need to move in airport for departure? departure in KLIA1? what terminal? First i need to pass check-in, then check-out.
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Old Sep 1st, 2019, 01:03 AM
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Air Asia operates from KLIA2. To get there from KLIA1 you need to get the train. It is a 5 minute ride.

I have made that transfer and my connections several times within that timespan but my flights have generally been on time. If there are any delays then you could miss your connection.

There is no airside transit area between the two terminals so I am pretty sure you will need to pass through immigration in KLIA1 and check in in KLIA2.

You don’t say what nationality you are, but if you require a visa, it could take longer.

I would advise checking in for your Bali flight online and printing off your boarding pass. The pass will state whether you can go straight to security or whether you need to go to a check in desk to present your documents (I have been caught out with that more than once!!)
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Old Sep 1st, 2019, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by crellston View Post
Air Asia operates from KLIA2. To get there from KLIA1 you need to get the train. It is a 5 minute ride.

I have made that transfer and my connections several times within that timespan but my flights have generally been on time. If there are any delays then you could miss your connection.

There is no airside transit area between the two terminals so I am pretty sure you will need to pass through immigration in KLIA1 and check in in KLIA2.

You donít say what nationality you are, but if you require a visa, it could take longer.

I would advise checking in for your Bali flight online and printing off your boarding pass. The pass will state whether you can go straight to security or whether you need to go to a check in desk to present your documents (I have been caught out with that more than once!!)
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