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Malaysia immigration department opens 17 counters at low cost carrier terminal

May 2014, 06
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Malaysia immigration department opens 17 counters
The immigration department of Malaysia has opened 17 immigration visa counters at Low cost carrier terminal (LCCT) at Sepang.

Ten counters out of the 17 have been allotted for international flights, where as four have been allotted for domestic and three for autogate.

Datuk Azmi Murad, operations division senior general manager at Malaysia Airports Holdings, told to Bernama that out of these 17 counters ten counters were allotted for international flights, four for domestic and three for autogate.

He also said that congestion at LCCT might have happened between 3pm and 5pm, which is the peak time, and no defects were associated with the system. Due to the arrival of several flights at a time, the passengers might had to wait for a longer period.

Earlier social media and online portals reported that there was problems were being faced by immigration counters because of which passengers are getting delayed. But the survey conducted at LCCT revealed that there are no defects in the operation system. 

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