Jetbus Bus from KLIA and klia2 to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)
Jetbus is a bus operator on the KLIA-klia2-Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) route. I booked my ticket in advance on Easybook with the limited number of departures now as compared to 2019, and there’s also no extra admin fee charged on Easybook for Jetbus.
The Arrival Hall at KLIA is on Level 3.
Take the escalator 1 floor down to Level 2 where the link bridge to the KLIA Bus Station is.
Turn left to the link bridge to KLIA Bus Station. Travellators are available on the link bridge.
Heading down to the ground floor to KLIA Bus Station.
With my Easybook online booking, I needed to exchange for my boarding pass at the ticket counter as KLIA Bus Station operates with Centralised Ticketing System (CTS).
My boarding pass for my 6.30pm Jetbus from KLIA to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS).
The bus bays are just in front of the ticket counter at KLIA Bus Station. Both alighting and boarding are from the same bays.
A Jetbus was standing by at one of the bus bays, however, this was not my bus to TBS. This bus will serve on the route to Putra Heights LRT Station and Terminal 17 Shah Alam.
My Jetbus to TBS would be departing from Gate 4.
The information for my bus, however, was not displayed at Gate 4.
Nevertheless, the actual bus soon arrived, and boarding was called about 10 minutes before departure. The staff at Gate 4 scanned my boarding pass before I boarded.
With no luggage to store, I headed straight up on board the Jetbus.
The interior of Jetbus with 2+2 seating.
The legroom available on Jetbus.
My Jetbus departed from KLIA Bus station at 6.32pm – 2 minutes late.
Passing by a Transnasional express bus.
Passing by a myBAS Negeri Sembilan T57 bus.
Heading out of KLIA.
Looks like the bus is heading on to Kuala Lumpur immediately, but I know that it’s just due to the road layout between KLIA and klia2.
Merging with the road from klia2.
The bus will have to go up the highway to the flyover u-turn to head back in to klia2, despite the two terminals being side by side.
Heading in to klia2.
Passing by the Express Rail Link (ERL) tracks into klia2.
Turning in to the klia2 Bus Station.
The Jetbus arrived at 6.40pm for the 6.45pm departure from klia2. More passengers boarded here at klia2, filling up the bus till almost full.
My Jetbus departed from KLIA Bus station at 6.49pm – 4 minutes late.
Passing by the other Jetbus to Putra Heights LRT Station and Terminal 17 Shah Alam.
Passing by Tune Hotel KLIA-KLIA2.
Finally not taking the elevated u-turn and heading on to Kuala Lumpur city.
Turning on to ELITE Expressway.
The sun was starting to set once on the highway.
Approaching Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) at dusk. Unfortunately the usual KL jams appeared in the evening and the Jetbus took a diverted way to TBS.
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)
Making a whole loop around TBS just like how my KKKL Express (LA Holidays) bus arrived too.
Passing by the bus parking area.
Approaching the arrival hall.
My Jetbus arrived at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) at 7.48pm, making this a journey time of 1 hour and 18 minutes from KLIA to TBS, factoring in the scheduled departure time.
The escalator at my platform was not working, so passengers crossed over to the next platform to use the working escalator.
Heading up the escalator to the Main Lobby.
Entering the Main Lobby.
Jetbus is an affordable way to travel between the two terminals of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) at KLIA and klia2, and Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS). It is about double the travel time of the KLIA Transit, but Jetbus fares at RM12 are 69% cheaper than the KLIA Transit at RM38.40.