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KLIA back to normal after four days of chaos


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SEPANG — Aug. 25, 2019: Operations at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) returned to normal today after a network equipment failure on Wednesday night which caused long queues and flight delays.

A check by Bernama showed smooth check-ins and movements of queues, with the flight information display system having recovered with updated information.

This followed a decision by Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad to replace the equipment found to be responsible for the system failure.

An MAHB spokesperson said that although the system has been progressing well a team is still monitoring its stability due to some intermittent issues.

The technical glitch also affected key functions such as WiFi connection, check-ins and the baggage handling system.



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