Subang Skypark Terminal

Subang Skypark Terminal used to be called Terminal 3 that served as the domestic airport for jet planes such as Aerobus and Boeing. Since 1998, Malaysia Airlines and other major airlines have shifted their base to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Similarly, AirAsia has also relocated to KLIA2. The KLIA2 terminal is used to cater for low budget airlines such as AirAsia.

Terminal 3 was then used as the airport for turbo propeller planes such as Berjaya Air and general aviation. It undergone extensive renovation work in 2008 and was completed in 2009 with a new name known as Subang Skypark. It is also known as Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. This terminal is nearer to the city of Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya.

Today, Firefly Airlines is the low cost no-frills budget airline that uses this terminal. Malindo Air also operates from here. Berjaya Air and cargo carrier Raya Airways are also using this airport as the base for their planes.

The main entrance to the airport. Notice the many taxis dropping and picking up customers.

FireFly Airline 

Here are some of the destination that Firefly service from this terminal using ATR-72 planes:


  • Alor Setar, Kedah
  • Johor Bahru, Johor
  • Kota Bharu, Kelantan
  • Langkawi, Kedah
  • Penang Island
  • Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu


  • Singapore
  • Phuket, Thailand
  • Bandar Aceh, Indonesia

Most of the good rates are offered online and promotional tickets for advance bookings are held throughout the year. Use web check-in to save the cost incurred compared to if you were to do manual check-in at the counters. Further information can be obtained online or call +60 3 7845 4543 from 8am to 9pm daily.

Subang Skypark Terminal FireFly Sales OfficeThe Firefly and AirAsia Ticketing Offices.
Fireflyz Aeroplanes At Subang Skypark TerminalFireflyz Planes

Malindo Air 

Here are some of the holiday destination that Malindo Air service from this terminal using ATR72-600 planes:

  • Penang
  • Alor Setar
  • Langkawi Island
  • Kota Bharu
  • Kuala Terengganu
  • Johor Bahru
  • Singapore

Further information can be obtained online or call the Customer Care Centre at Tel : +603-7841 5388.

Malindo Air Skypark Terminal Service CountersMalindo Air Service Counters

Parking Facilities 

If you are driving and prefer to leave your vehicle at the airport, there is a big parking bays opposite the entrance of Subang Skypark Terminal.

It is managed by Smart Interpark. The hourly rate is RM3.20. If you park for 10 hours, the rate will be RM32. There is no flat rate for a full day parking being offered currently.

Always remember to remove your valuables from your vehicle and lock it as you are parking at your own risk.

Subang Skypark Terminal Facilities

This modern terminal has all the basic facilities that are expected of an airport.

Food and beverages are available for your convenience while waiting for your flight. See the shops and other basic facilities below.

  • McDonald fast food has an outlet here. Walk to the end of the terminal and you will not miss this restaurant.
  • Subway outlet serves a variety of sandwiches.
  • Starbucks Coffee is the place to have a cup of coffee and chat with friends before departing or while waiting for your friends.
  • Old Town White Coffee serves bread, coffee, noodles, rice and typical Malaysian food.
  • Chicken Rice is another restaurant located at the ground floor.
  • Sushi outlet is also here if you are into Japanese food.
  • Cafe Sederhana and Kampong Kravers are other food outlets that you can choose for your meals.
  • Pos Malaysia is also here if you are thinking of sending letters back home.
  • Firefly, Malindo Air and AirAsia offices are all located at the ground floor of the Subang Skypark Terminal.
  • CIMB Bank has a branch here.
  • Money changer facilities are located both at the ground and first floor.
You can also try the flight simulators for Airbus A320 or Boeing 737 planes for a fee. It is open to the public and is located at Level 1 of the terminal.
Subang Skypark Terminal ShopsThe many food and beverages outlets.
Starbucks Coffee at Subang Skypark
Secret Recipe at Subang Skypark
Superstrap wrapping services.Wrapping services are available at the terminal.

Getting To Subang Skypark Terminal

The best way to come here by public transport is using the recently launched Skypark Link KTM Train. It is now in operation since 1 May 2018. Skypark TerminalSubang Jaya and KL Sentral are the three stations that are in operation.

  • KL Sentral - Subang Jaya (Distance: 17km, Duration: 18 mins)
  • Subang Jaya - Skypark Terminal (Distance: 9km, Duration: 12mins)

It will take about 30 minutes for you to go to KL Sentral from Skypark Terminal. WIFI on board is FREE.

The Skypark Link Station is located across the main road. Use the pedestrian bridge to cross the road. It will take about 5-10 minutes walk from the terminal to the station.

Announcement: The KL Sentral-Subang Jaya-Skypark Terminal KTM train service described here had been temporarily suspended from 15 Feb 2023 onwards due to poor ridership. 

Pedestrian Bridge To the Skypark LinkPedestrian Bridge connecting Subang Skypark Terminal to the Skypark Link Train Station.
Terminal SkyparkThe Skypark Link Train Terminal is located opposite the main terminal.
Skypark Terminal Automated Ticketing MachinesAutomated Ticketing System. The station is also disabled friendly.
Skypark Link TrainThe train has a maximum speed of 100km/hr
Skypark Link Train SeatsThe air-conditioned seats in the train.

Skypark Link Train Schedule

KL Sentral-Skypark Terminal-KL Sentral  2018 Schedule

KL Sentral-Skypark Terminal-KL Sentral  Effective 1 Jan 2019 Fares & Schedule

If you are in a hurry or have many luggage, you can use the taxi to go to your next destination from the airport. You can purchase the ticket at the taxi ticketing counters near the information centre before going out of the building. Both limo and budget taxis are available.


SkyPark Terminal
M17, SkyPark Subang Terminal 
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
47200 Subang

Tel.: +60 3 7845 1717

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