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There are two main passenger airports used in Kuala Lumpur, KUL and SZB. Both KUL (KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2) at Sepang 55km south of the city and SZB Subang 25km west of the city.
This page includes information for both airports [KUL at Sepang and SZB at Subang] and both terminals at KUL.
Q16 KLIA / KUL
Q17 LCCT/KLIA2 / KUL
Q18 Subang / SZB
1. Can I travel between KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2?
A: You can only travel by road - bus or taxi. A taxi is the more expensive option, but most practical if you are travelling with luggage. The buses are a cheaper option (starts from 2.50MYR one way, you can catch them outside the terminal); but most of them are non air-conditioned and do not provide luggage storage space. You have to bring everything up to the bus with you.
2. I arrive at LCCT/KLIA2. Can I take a train to KL Sentral directly?
A: No. There is no trains serving LCCT/KLIA2. The KLIA Express and KLIA transit only departs from and arrives at at KLIA Main terminal. If you want to take the train, you first have to get to KLIA Main terminal either by bus or by cab. Train connections for LCCT/KLIA2 are [currently] via KLIA terminal or a frequent shuttle bus to Salak Tinggi station where you can get the KLIA Transit train to KL Sentral.
3. How long will it take to get from KLIA / LCCT/KLIA2 to the hotels in the city?
A: It depends on the traffic and where exactly you are staying. Most transits from KUL KLIA / LCCT/KLIA2 airport to Kuala Lumpur areas like Bukit Bintang or KLCC will generally take around 40-60 minutes, slightly longer at 'peak' times of day. Subang Airport is closer to the city, try to allow one hour for traveling time. Information about taxis is shown in detail further on this page.
It is generally faster to get a taxi door too door but some prefer to travel on the KLIA Express train and change to a cab at KL Sentral station as it can eliminate any risk of being stuck in road traffic.
4. I want to take the KLIA Express Train or Skybus to KL Sentral, can I walk to my hotel from there?
A. You can only walk if you staying at the Hilton or the Meridien which are part of the KL Sentral complex. If you are staying in Bukit Bintang or KLCC areas of Kuala Lumpur then you will to take a cab or the LRT / Monorail into the city, as KL Sentral is not in the popular tourist area. There are many taxi coupon counters are KL Sentral. Just buy a coupon. There is more information about the taxi, bus and train options later in this page.
5. Should I arrange for transfers from my hotel or private car, or should I just buy a coupon from the airport counters?
A: Hotel transfers and private cars are usually more expensive in most cases. Compare the prices before you decide and pick the option that best suits you.
6. How long should I leave between flights?
A: A lot depends on who you are flying with an from what terminal at KUL. If you are flying in and out with Malaysian airlines at KLIA, then you can allow an hour, it is unlikely you will have to check in again for these flights. If you are arriving in with Malaysia Airlines and out with another international carrier both at KLIA, then allow 2-3 hours. If you are arriving with Malaysia Airlines or a national carrier and leaving with Air Asia (or vice versa) then you should allow at least 3 hours, more it you are flying out to an international destination. If you are flying in to KUL (KLIA or LCCT/KLIA2) and out of Subang (SZB) or vice versa, you should allow 2-3 hours. This time is, when necessary, to clear customs, collect bags, clear immigration and arrive at the check in desk before it closes.
7. Do I need a visa to enter Malaysia?
A: British, Australians, USA, Canadians and most European citizens (among others) will be issued with a 30-90 day permit to stay by immigration when they arrive. Some Nationalities need a visa issued before they arrive, or can apply for a transit without visa if they have a short stay and tickets arriving and departing with Malaysian or Air Asia. The Travellers Advice Page, Do I need a Visa for Malaysia? is a useful read http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g...
8. Can I leave luggage at LCCT/KLIA2 or KLIA?
A: Yes there is left luggage lockers and facilities at KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2. http://www.klia.com.my/index.php?ch=6...
9. I have a long layover / stopover at LCCT/KLIA2 or KLIA. Can I leave the airport for a short city tour?
A: In most cases yes, although check if you need a visa. If you are travelling with Air Asia, they are a point to point budget carrier, so you will need a visa regardless as you are required to clear immigrations, collect your bags and recheck-in for your next flight leg. Please check carefully. If all if clear, plan your stopover carefully. It takes you around an hour to transit into Kuala Lumpur from KUL KLIA / LCCT/KLIA2 by road, and the same coming back. You can use taxis / cab or the KLIA Express train [it at KLIA terminal] in each direction. Most airlines close their check-in counters 60 to 45min before flight time. Make sure you are in time for your flight. If you are already checked in then allow at least 2 hours before your flight to travel back to the airport, if you are not checked in then allow at least three hours. There is also a useful information on the Travellers Advice Page Transit between terminals / long transits http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g... and other FAQs on the Kuala Lumpur page.
10. Is there anything to do around the airport area?
A: No, there is nothing to visit within a 20-30 minute trip of the airport. If you are at LCCT/KLIA2 you can get the bus to KLIA, but like most airports, there is not a huge amount to do at KLIA until you are checked in.
11. Are there any hotels near the airport ?
A: Yes. LCCT has the Air Asia TUNE hotel, whilst over at KLIA there is the Concorde Inn KLIA and the 5* Sama Sama [was the Pan Pacific]. Tune is 7mins walk or 5mins and 1myr bus ride from LCCT/KLIA2 , Concorde Inn has a 5min shuttle bus from KLIA terminal, andthe Sama Sama [formely the Pan Pacific] is a 5min walk directly from KLIA terminal bulding. TUNE is a basic no frills hotel, whilst Concorde and Pan Pacific have pools etc. All ofer day rooms subject to availability. There is also a 'transit' hotel within KLIA satellite building but this is only available to transit passengers who arrive and depart on flights at KLIA and do not clear immigration or customs.
12. What is the difference between KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2 at KUL?
If you think some of the bigger airports in the world like Heathrow it is made up of several terminals (T 1, 2, 3, 4 ,5!) etc. All termianls are LHR and are the same airport.
KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2 are different terminals at KUL (Kuala Lumpur airport). The airport started life with just the one terminal, but when Air Asia developed LCCT/KLIA2 (or low cost carrier terminal) was hastily built as a temporaray stop gap until the new / extended terminal for the low cost carriers is completed next to KLIA2 (perhaps next year).
If you think Heathrow terminal 3 and terminal 5 you will see how they relate to each other. KLIA is one side of the taxiways, and LCCT the other, they are 20km by road from each other, but as the crow flies they are about 800m!
Flying MH or Malaysia Airlines you will be arriving into KLIA at KUL also known as TERMINAL M, whilst Air Asia is a low cost carrier, so arrives into LCCT/KLIA2.
To sort of add to the confusion KLIA is split into 2 buildings where you check in and clear immigration in one building and then seamlessly move to another via a little monorail or walkway. Wide bodied planes (747 / A380 / 777) normally from international destinations (like the UK) will arrive into the satalite building (shown as a + on the link below). You can only access the satalite bulding from the main building (shown as a --- on the link) via a little aerotrain. The main bulding is where you clear customs / check in / collect baggage etc.
14. Which terminal/airport are arriving at or leaving from - there are two passenger airports that service Kuala Lumpur .
KUL is the IATA airport code for both KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2 located at Sepang, and SZB is the IATA airport code for Subang airport ( Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport ) which once was the international airport until KLIA opened.
KLIA/LCCT is 40-60mins / 50 km south from Kuala Lumpur
Subang is 30mins / 26km west of Kuala Lumpur
KLIA/LCCT is 55 km from Subang
SZB at Subang = Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport aka Subang [International] Airport. This was once the international airport from 1965 to 1998 when it had 3 terminals, only T3 is now used. It is the home of FireFlyz and Berjaya Air, flying mainly domestic Malaysian routes and short routes into neighbouring Thailand or Indonesia . Now that it is a regional airport Subang does not have 24 /7 facilities, so shops, eateries and taxis may be very limited at none peak times.
KUL at Sepang = KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2 terminals, it is only 1 airport and has been the main international airport since 1998 and is the home of Malaysia airlines and Air Asia. The majority of tourists and travellers will use the 2 terminals at this airport
KUL is the IATA code for Kuala Lumpur and shared by both KLIA and LCCT which ARE the same airport!
There are 2 terminals at KUL.
KLIA used by Malaysia Airlines and other international [national] carriers
LCCT/KLIA2 used by Air Asia.
They are not separate airports, they are just different terminals. It is not possible to transit airside within KLIA and LCCT/KLIA2.
LCCT/KLIA2 around 30 minutes / 20km by road from KLIA. Although sitting in a cafe in KLIA you can see LCCT/KLIA2 the other side of the runway. You can get a taxi or use the shuttle bus for a cost of less than 2myr.
KLIA is made up of 2 buildings the Main and the satellite, together they are known as terminal M
A flight arriving at TERMINAL M will be a flight arrivng or departing at either the satellite building or the main building depending on the type of plane. Narrow bodied jets (737 or A320 type of aircraft) normally arrive and depart at the Main building. Whilst wide bodied jets (747 or A380 type aircraft) normally arrive and depart at the satellite building.
The satellite building is not independent but connected to the main building by a small railway or aerotrain. Even if you arrive at the satellite building you will go to the main building to clear immigration, collect your bags and exit the airport.
The only time you would remain in the satellite building would be if you are transiting with 2 long haul flights.
If you need to get from the main to the satellite (or vice versa) it takes only a few minutes. So if connecting from a long haul to short haul then short connections with Malaysia airline are not uncommon
The transit hotel - SamaSama Express - is at the satellite terminal
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT: NOT ALL AIRLINES DEPART AND ARRIVE AT KLIA
Here is a simple list:
LCCT/KLIA2 - Air Asia, Tiger Airways, Cebu Pacific
Subang Airport SZB - Berjaya Air and Firefly
KLIA - All other airlines not mentioned above including national carriers and other budget airlines like Jetstar.
Please check with your airline company if in doubt.
KLIA - Kuala Lumpur International Airport:Getting there and away
KUL is the airport code for both KLIA (KL International Airport) and LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal) or KLIA2 as it will one day be known. The two terminals share the same runway, but are 30 minutes taxi cab distance apart.
KLIA caters not only to most International carriers and its own Malaysia Airlines (airline code MH), it also the main hub for MH domestic flights. LCCT/KLIA2 caters to the low cost carriers Air Asia, Tiger Airways and Cebu Pacific. Note that the budget carrier Jetstar operates from KLIA.
KUL is 80km south of the city centre at Sepang next to the F1 circuit. It is a strikingly modern airport built in the 1990s and replaced the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang as the international airport in 1998.
KLIA is made up of 2 buildings the Main and the satellite, together they are known as terminal M. Flights arrive or depart at either the satellite building or the main building depending on they type of plane you are arriving in. Narrow bodied jets (737 or A320 type of aircraft) normally arrive and depart at the Main building. Whilst wide bodied jets (747 or A380 type aircraft) normally arrive and depart at the satellite building.
The satellite building is not independent but connected to the main building by a small railway or aerotrain.
Even if you arrive at the satellite building you will go to the main building to clear immigration, collect your bags and exit the airport.
The only time you would remain in the satellite building would be if you are transiting with 2 long haul flights.
If you need to get from the main to the satellite (or vice versa) it takes only a few minutes. So if connecting from a long haul to short haul then short connections with Malaysia airline are not uncommonIt is made up of two terminals:
It takes on average 30 to 40mins to disembark, clear immigration [make sure you fill in your Disembarkation/Embarkation forms and hope they have several counters open], board the Aerotrain which links the satellite terminal to the main terminal, collect bags and clear customs.
Before you travel to Malaysia, please make sure you have the relevant travel documents (eg visas) by checking The Malaysia Immigration Requirements page.
15. Where do I Check-in or transit
If flying Malaysia Airlines from outside Malaysia and then transiting to a domestic or another international flight, passengers and luggage will be checked in from start to end and issued boarding passes so you just need to transfer from the international terminal to domestic terminal via the Aerotrain which takes 10 minutes which although tight is certainly do-able. The walk from the arrival gate to the aerotrain station is 5-10 minutes depending which gate and how fast you walk, and the same would apply to the departure gate once you arrive in the domestic terminal. Just check your internal departure gate is not from the international terminal before you leave it - a very quick check of the departure boards in the central atrium of the international terminal which is right near the Aerotrain station will show you the departure gate of your connecting flight. On a positive note, if for any reason you do miss your connecting flight if you're flying MH on both sectors, MH will ensure you get to your final destination.
If you're transferring from MH to Air Asia (AK), please leave sufficient time (at least 4 hours) to transit ... you'll need to clear immigration, collect your bags, catch a cab to the LCCT, all of which will easily take 2 hours. Air Asia's check in counters close 45 mins before departure.
Should you decide to stay a night instead of doing the mad dash of the MH/AK adventure, several accommodation options are available. The 5 star Sama Sama [Pan Pacific] KLIA is a mere 10 min stroll from arrivals (connected to the main airport). A cheaper option is Tune Hotel (recently opened and franchised to an external company by Air Asia). Also available are the Concorde Inn (10 min cab ride from KLIA) and a very reasonable B&B called Jawadene (20 mins cab ride).
16. KUL airport - KLIA Terminal - how do I get to and from the terminal.
As KUL is 80kms away from the city centre, travel can take between 30-60 minutes depending on the time of day you travel or the mode of travel or even the route taken.
There are a number of ways to suit most purses to travel to the city from KUL: taxi, train or bus.
All taxis at the airport will take you to any destinations at a prepaid rate.
Fare is fixed as per destination and vehicles, Budget, Premier, Family or Limosine
Please be awared that all budget taxi will seat only 3 passengers due to constrain of luggage space. Space is taken up by a LPG gas tank stored inside the boot..
Taxis have the disadvantage of being subject to traffic delays and congestion. As you come into the Arrivals Hall, you will walk past the taxi counter, this is run by a company called Airport Limo. Select the type of taxi you want, budget, limo/Luxury, Mini-van/Family, premier etc, pay for taxi, you will then be informed where to pick up your cab. You will not be ripped off and will not have to pay any extras.
As a guide the current prices for the Airport Limo who have the taxi franchise from the airport to Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC, Bukit Bintang area) as well as to Genting Highlands. If you are staying at the KL Sentral hotels (Hilton and Meridien) the price will be RM 5 cheaper than the prices to KL City Centre.
|LCCT to KLIA or vice versa
|Airport to the city
|Airport to Genting
|Budget (2-3 passengers)
|Premier (3-4 passengers)
|Family van (6 passengers)
These prices are subject to a 50% premium when departing between Midnight and 6am. Keep the coupon with you and contact the Airport Limo if you wish to book a cab from your hotel back to the airport. Or you can choose to buy a return ticket. Many city taxis may refuse to take you to the airport or want to charge you more - private transfer will cost from 120myr upwards. The Airport Limo has fixed prices and they will collect you at your hotel punctually to take you to the airport.
Call Airport Limo for bookings to and from the airport as well as the Meet & Greet Service at (all Malaysia time).:
Tel: +603-9223 8080 (8.00 am - 12.00 am)
Tel: +603-8787 3030 (12.00 am - 8.00 am)
(How to Dial, from Kuala Lumpur dial 9223 8080; from within Malaysia dial 03 9223 8080; from overseas dial +60 3 9223 8080)
For more information visit the Airport Limos website http://www.airportlimo.my/ for prices to Malacca or other locations.
If you are approached by taxi tout in the arrivals hall ignore them. These are unlicensed taxi operators, hang around the airport, particularly in the arrival hall, and will charge exorbitant rates as well as not having licensed vehicles and probally not sufficent insurance. Do not use these touts. Do select a licensed cab with fixed coupon fare as mentioned in the from the service offered by the airport, Airport Limo and shown on the KLIA website. If any the taxi touts or unlicensed taxi operators continue to harass you; make a complaint to any police in the area or to airport information.
The KLIA Express Train
The 28 minute journey takes passengers directly to the train hub of KL Sentral. KL Sentral is not in a central locaiton and may require additional taxi / bus / train to your destination. Direct trains (KLIA Express) leave every 15-30 mins depending on the time of day, from the airport station straight to KL Sentral, taking 28 minutes. The train's great advantages are that it avoids unpredictable traffic congestion as well as being more comfortable than a taxi or bus.
There is another train line (KLIA Transit) that takes a little longer but is generally only used by locals living in the suburbs of Salak Tinggi, Bandar Tasik Selatan, the administrative center of Putrajaya and the Multimedia Super Corridor Cyberjaya. Both trains are great value. Travelers can obtain KLIA Express tickets (RM35 for a one way adult ticket and RM15 for a child ticket) at the airport counters or at the counters in KL Sentral.
KL Sentral is the main public transport hub for KL and it’s easy to change to all city transport within the terminal. The only exception is the monorail and that’s a 5 min walk - not recommended in the humidity if carrying luggage - get a taxi! You can check in your luggage if you are flying out with Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Royal Brunei Airlines, and get boarding cards at the station, which is known as KL City Air Terminal (KL CAT). For more information, kindly refer to their website KLIA Express
Upon arrival at KL Sentral, head towards the taxi counters on the ground floor. The KL Hilton and Le Meridien is right across the road but their representatives will meet you at the exit of the train station to assist you with your bags and check-in. Both hotels also help with the purchase of the KLIA Express train tickets. Guests need to book this complimentary service prior to arrival. If you are not staying at these hotels, you can either buy a taxi coupon to your hotel or take another train. A coupon taxi will cost RM 8 - 10 to Bukit Bintang or KLCC.
Hotel Limousine Service
If the thought of public transport does not appeal to you, you might want to arrange for a hotel representative to meet you at the airport. Many hotels include airport pick-up service in some of their room rates. Expect these prices to be higher than the Airport Limo prices.
Bus Shuttle Service
Travellers can also opt for this cheap and hassle-free way to get downtown, but it is markedly slower than the KLIA Express train,less environmentally friendly and above all, subject to traffic delays just like taxis. The Star Shuttle ( http://www.starwira.com/) travels between both LCCT and KLIA to to Puduraya Bus station. Travellers buy a one way ticket for RM12.50 at the bus terminal in KLIA and LCCT. Then they journey to Puduraya, which takes around takes about one hour. The buses are well-maintained and they have frequent services (45 mins to an hour). Then onto a feeder bus to the hotels. The Star Shuttle service caters passengers traveling from LCCT/KLIA to Ipoh Bercham as well.
Where to find the buses at KLIA
Travellers need to follow the signs to the bus terminal. There are shops and a local food available at the cafe inside.
The LCCT-KLIA shuttle bus is located at this bus terminal.
KLIA to KL sentral by bus is also at this bus terminal.
Bus to Nilai train terminal (not the KLIA express train) is also at this bus terminal
Express bus ticket to Ipoh and other is available at the ticketing counters but departure schedule is not that frequent.
Bus for connection to Seremban via Nilai is also at this terminal.
Bus to Banting town can be boarded at this terminal.
17. KUL airport - LCCTerminal - How do I get to and from the terminal
The proper acronym for LCCT (as it's popularly known) is KUL-Low cost carrier terminal. However the locals have made the differentiation between KLIA as the terminal where the national carrier, Malaysia Airlines, and all other full service airlines fly to and the LCCT as the terminal where Air Asia and other budget airline operate. The differentiation is necessary even though they share the same IATA airport code of KUL, they are 20km apart, the only connectivity between them being the shuttle bus services for a small fee or a cab ride (costs approximately RM20).
As KUL airport is 80kms away from the city centre you’ll need to build extra time for your travel if in the city. Travel can take anything between 30-60 minutes depending on the time of day you travel or the mode of travel or even the route taken.
There are a number of ways to suit most purses to travel to the city from the KLIA - taxi, train or bus.
The easiest and often the quickest for door to door transport. As you come into the Arrivals Hall, you will walk past the taxi counter, this is run by a company called Mesra Indah Jaya. Select the type of taxi you want, budget, limo/Luxury, Mini-van/Family, premier etc, pay for taxi, you will then be taken to your vehicle. You will not be ripped off and will not have to pay any extras. This is the best option if you are staying in the Golden Triangle area of KL or if you are travelling in a group of more than 2 persons.
There is a 50% surcharge for all cab rides from LCCT between 12 midnight and 6am. Keep the coupon with you and contact them if you wish to book a cab from your hotel back to the airport. Many city taxis may refuse to take you to the airport or want to charge you more - private transfer will cost from 120myr upwards. The Limo company has fixed prices and they will collect you at your hotel punctually to take you to the airport. Here is a list of prices from LCCT to KLIA for normal travelling times with no midnight surchages. Please note that the prices are subject to change.
|LCCT to KLIA or vice versa
|Airport to the city
|Airport to Genting
|Budget (2-3 passengers)
|Premier (3-4 passengers)
|Family van (6 passengers)
*prices are current but subject to change. For more info and prices, visit their Webpage
These prices are subject to a 50% premium when departing between Midnight and 6am.If you are approached by taxi tout in the arrivals hall ignore them. These are unlicensed taxi operators who hang around the airport, particularly in the arrival hall, and will charge exorbitant rates as well as not having licensed vehicles and probally not sufficent insurance. Do not use these touts. Do select a licensed cab with fixed coupon fare as mentioned in the from the service offered by the airport, Airport Limo and shown on the KLIA website. If any the taxi touts or unlicensed taxi operators continue to harass you; make a complaint to any police in the area or to airport information. The Malaysian government has very little tolerance with taxi touts.
The Skybus and Skyvans
Skybus is the AirAsia also operated shuttle bus from KL Sentral to LCCT and vice versa, for a one way fare of RM9.00. The bus is very easy to reconise the Skybus and in its bright red AirAsia corporate color.
The buses depart from LCCT and KL Sentral every 30 mins http://www.skybus.com.my/schedule.html . The bus service has won many awards and is a cheap and convenient way to get from LCCT to KL Sentral.
The Skybus offers family sized vans. They have a page on the link for the skybus pages. There booth is clearly signed in LCCT/KLIA2.
There is also another bus service called Starshuttle with its bright yellow color (See KLIA above for more information). Online booking can be made at http://www.starwira.com/. Starshuttle provide alternative arrival location at Pudu Sentral for those who want to catch domestic bus to other cities in Malaysia
There is a Bus / train combination service to the city, using the Kommuter route via Putrajaya. If you want to catch the high speed train, you will need to transfer to KLIA via taxi or bus (see KLIA above for more information)
18. What about getting to and from SUBANG airport / SZB / Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport / Skypark airport
This airport was the international airport for Malaysia by air for decades (unitl the opening of KLIA) and it is popularly known as Subang Skypark rather than its formal name os Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. Since KLIA opened only Terminal 3 of the old airport is used by regional airlines (like Firefly and Berjaya Air).
The IATA code for this airport will continue to be SZB.
What airlines use SZB? FIREFLY AIRLINES, a subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, serves the regional cities and resort towns in Thailand and Indonesia and Singapore and domestic routes. BERJAYA AIR serves the domestic resort islands including Redang, Pangkor and Tioman. Ther are sales offices for Air Asia, Berjaya Air and Firefly at SZB.
How do I get to the city? This airport is situated approximately 28km from the Kuala Lumpur City Center. Taxis are the easiest way to get to the city. Head to the taxi counter, pay a 2myr cover fee, and then pay the meter cost when you arrive at your destination. The city will cost around 70myr. Depending on the traffic situation downtown, it can take 25-60mins to reach the airport.
There are public buses serving the airport.. There are taxis now stationed at the airport and one can buy fixed price coupons after one claims the luggage at the huge oval-shaped counter.
How do I get to KUL / LCCT or KLIA? KUL airport is 60km away from SZB. The only way to travel between these airports is by taxis as there are currently no other public transportation. If one is connecting between these two airports, please allow at least 40 minutes of taxi journey. It is around RM70 from Subang Airport to KUL KLIA or LCCT/KLIA2.
Are there any shops and restaurants at SZB? Yes there are lots of shops, restaurantsand cafes , banks, ATMs
Are there any hotels nearby SZB? Yes, several hotels including Saujana Resort and Holiday Inn Glenmarie. Farther afield, there's a Sheraton Subang and even the Sunway Pyramid Hotels. These are by no means walking distance from the airport, but a taxi ride away.
19. Remember to travel safe and if in doubt please do post a question on the forums!