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Pnh to Kl to Mel

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Pnh to Kl to Mel

AK 1473 ex PNH arrives KL at 1120.

D7 215 departs KL for MEL at 1320.

Is this sufficient time for transit?

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1. Re: Pnh to Kl to Mel

As both flights are Air Asia & (X) your using LCCT at Kl, however as you will have to go through immigration, collect luggage etc. then go and check in for your next flight to Melbourne. Even if you check in on line for your onward flight (up to 4 hours before for this flight) if there are any delays at all your not going to make your next flight, esp as check in closes 45mins sharp..

Sometimes there are no 'q's at immigration, sometimes its really bad and getting luggage alone can take up to 1 hour. So 2 hours is not enough time.

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2. Re: Pnh to Kl to Mel

Thank you for your response, I am most grateful.

Best wishes

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3. Re: Pnh to Kl to Mel

I am Bill H

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Thank you for your response, I am most grateful.

Best wishes

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5. Re: Pnh to Kl to Mel

I dont know your dates, or if you have booked your flights, but I would change the first flight to get to LCCT at a earlier time.

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