Introduction to Kuching International Airport
Built by the British Government of Sarawak in the 1940's, Kuching International Airport (KIA) has since become a gateway to the state of Sarawak as well as Brunei and Sabah. KIA is located 11km south of the city of Kuching.
The airport's terminal is capable of handling 5 million passengers annually, making it the fourth busiest airport in Malaysia after KLIA, Kota Kinabalu Airport and Penang International Airport. It can also accommodate the Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 aircrafts. The airport has a variety of retail and duty-free outlets, cafés and restaurants, as well as premium passenger...
Charting the resurgence of air transport in markets around the word, Routes looks at the easing of travel restrictions in Malaysia.
- AirAsia discontinues selected service in Sep/Oct 2019
- Royal Brunei begins RB Link operation from late-July 2019
- AirAsia ends Kuching – Shenzhen service in late-Feb 2019
- Malindo Air schedules additional China charters in Jan 2019
- Royal Brunei resumes Kuching service from late-Dec 2018
- AirAsia adds Kuching – Tawau from Dec 2018