AeroSky Ventures operate frequent bus services between KL Sentral and klia2. While buses theoretically depart every 30 minutes on individual AeroBus and SkyBus schedules, since they’re under one entity as previously mentioned, in actual operations, buses depart whenever full or almost full, which is actually every 10 minutes or so.
I pre-booked my ticket for only RM8.90 through AirAsia’s website when purchasing my flight ticket, which is actually a RM3.10 discount when compared to the on-site price of RM12. You can also do this under Manage My Booking if you have an upcoming flight. Do note that the ticket can be used on the day of your departure or arrival only.
Present your printed flight itinerary or boarding pass (if checked in online already) to the SkyBus counter at KL Sentral.
The counter staff will tick off the ASM1 SSR (Special Service Request) on the boarding pass or itinerary.
My bus ticket for the trip to klia2, with the fare still stated as RM12.
As previously mentioned, AeroBus and SkyBus operate under AeroSky Ventures for the KL Sentral – klia2 route, which is actually under Wawasan Sutera/Era Mesra. This time, the bus used was a generic Wawasan Sutera bus with a small AeroBus sticker pasted on the front. The interior of the bus, however, was similar to a normal AeroBus.
Bye Kuala Lumpur Railway Station.
Passing under the ERL and KTM tracks along Sungai Besi.
Would love to try the AirAsia Premium Red Lounge one day, but I couldn’t find it anywhere under Manage My Booking.
Passing by Mitsui Outlet Park.
The empty interior of the Wawasan Sutera bus after all passengers have alighted.
The journey from KL Sentral to klia2 took slightly less than an hour. However, you should factor in a 90-minute travel time in case of traffic jams or if you’re the first person on board the bus, waiting for it to fill up.
After entering the gateway@klia2 building, take the travelators up to Level 2.
To get to the klia2 terminal building itself, walk through the length of the entire gateway@klia2 mall, and head up to Level 3. From here, I continued on to get on my flight back to Singapore.