Express Rail Link (ERL) has announced that it will suspend its rail services temporarily, starting 4 April 2020. ERL says that the suspension falls in line with the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) and will be in place until its lifts on 14 April.
ERL has been running limited services since 25 March and has combined both KLIA Expres and KLIA Transit services during this period. In the meantime, customers who have purchased their ticket to travel after 4 April can get a refund by submitting their unused ticket to the company’s official customer service email, [email protected]
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KLIA Ekspres & KLIA Transit services will stop operating during the extended Movement Control Order (MCO) period effective Saturday, 4/4/2020.
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— KLIA Transit (@KLIAtransit) April 2, 2020
In the meantime, ERL is asking passengers to make alternative arrangement for transportation to areas within the proximity of each ERL station. On that note, the company has been gracious enough to provide a sheet listing down the forms of alternative transport available during the suspension.