- LCCT Floor Plan
- Where is LCCT?
- How to go to LCCT
- What is LCCT?
- Maps to LCCT
- How to go to Genting Highlands
- Photo Trip Aug 2009 - Part 1
- Toll Collection and Toll Rates
- About KLIA Transit
- KLIA & LCCT Flight Schedule
- AirAsia FAQs - Before You Travel
- Photo Trip Aug 2009 - Part 2
- AirAsia Promotions
- KL Sentral Station
- Buses from Malacca / Melaka
- Entry Requirements to Malaysia
- Any budget hotels near LCCT or...
- About Skybus
- Photo Trip Aug 2009 - Part 3
- Photo Trip Aug 2009 - Part 4
- About Aerobus
- How to go to LCCT from KL Sentral...
- LCCT on Google Earth
- About Tune Hotel
On 9 May 2014, LCCT officially closes as KLIA2 takes over.
As a result, the information posted on this webpage is no longer relevant to the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) airport that is built to replace LCCT.
Please visit the www.klia2.info for the latest information on the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2). Have a nice trip!
- The Low Cost Carrier Terminal, or LCCT, is an airport terminal project specifically designed and built to accommodate the high growth of passenger movements for the Low Cost Airlines, especially the passengers of Malaysia's first 'no-frills' airline, Air Asia.
- Located about 20km away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport's Main Terminal Building (MTB), the 35,290 square meters LCCT was constructed on a fast-track basis at the beginning of June 2005.
The LCCT is supported by the existing parking apron and additional infrastructure such as surface access, curbside road, car parks, and other utilities are available. In observance to the Low Cost Carrier (LCC) business model, it is designed to facilitate the passengers' movement of international and domestic departures and arrivals within a single floor operation area.
The LCCT is fully operational on 23rd March 2006. The total construction and other related costs of LCC Terminal are about RM108 million.
Youtube videos of the LCCT