KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL HAS TWO very different passenger terminals, yet users of the full-service Passenger Terminal Complex and the Low Cost Carrier Terminal appear to live in perfect harmony, in contrast to Europe where the addition of a facility geared to budget carriers has led to animated disputes and even legal challenges. The 490,000-sq.-m. PTC is an architectural gem. It was designed by acclaimed Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa using the concept of "Airport in the ...

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