Kuala Lumpur, 14 April 2023 – Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL) renames its KLIA and KLIA2 stations to KLIA T1 and KLIA T2, respectively. This follows the rebranding of KLIA Terminals, as announced by the Minister of Transport recently.
Besides aligning with the new names of KLIA Terminal 1 and KLIA Terminal 2, the name change will prevent confusion among air travellers and commuters who use the train services.
The renaming exercise will involve numerous physical, audio and digital assets at all its stations and onboard trains as well as in its systems. The work is being carried out in stages and is expected to be completed by July 2023.
ERL has made progress on its recovery goals as passengers carried grew significantly quarter on quarter since the transition to endemic phase. The rail operator expects its total passenger ridership to recover to 85% of its pre-COVID-19 levels by the end of 2023.
As it marks 21 years of service today, the company will continue to focus on service improvement initiatives and collaborations with strategic partners. In conjunction with the 21st Anniversary of its train services, ERL is offering double EkspreSmiles Points for 21 days when customers buy selected tickets online via the KLIA Ekspres app from today until 4 May 2023.
To date, ERL has carried over 113 million passengers onboard its trains.