KUALA LUMPUR: Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd today announced that it will suspend all its rail services throughout the entire period of the extended Movement Control Order (MCO).

The company announced on its Facebook page that the temporary suspension of its KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit services will take effect tomorrow.

“Following the government’s implementation of the MCO to mitigate the spread of Covid-19, Express Rail Link will be temporarily suspending all its rail services effective April 4 for the duration of the current MCO extended period.

“Passengers are advised to make alternative arrangements for their transportation.

“Online ticketing for travel until Apr 14 is currently suspended.

“Travel date selection is only available (for) Apr 15 onwards for ticket purchases via www.KLIAexkpress.com and the mobile app,” it said.

Express Rail Link said passengers can submit any unused ticket for refund to [email protected].

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