VIP complex opened at Langkawi International in Malaysia

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Langkawi International Airport in Malaysia has officially opened its new VIP complex situated alongside the main terminal. The annex has been named Kompleks Lang Merah after a species of eagle with red plumage found on Langkawi Island.

The new building covers approximately 6,460ft2 and caters for all VIP guests at the airport. It was developed at a cost of M$4.6m (US$1.3m) and constructed over a nine-month period. Some of the services available at the complex include immigration, customs, Malaysian quarantine and inspection services and health. VIP guests also have free access to wi-fi throughout the building.

March 25, 2015

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