Express Rail Link (ERL) will offer a special RM1 trip next month as Klang Valley residents are now free to move under the National Rehabilitation Plan (VAT).
Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong said the event would be held over a weekend in November which would be announced by ERL on its social media platform.
“When the time comes, bring your family members and friends, and support the recovery of our country,” Wee said during the launch event which was posted live on the KLIA Ekspres Facebook page.
ERL also launched an upgraded KLIA Ekspres app that allows customers to buy tickets easily and find better deals.
It also launched the EkspreSmiles loyalty program, which rewards customers with points for every successful booking made.
Customers can then redeem these points with a discount on future purchases.
“With the advancement of technology over the years, we need to improve the quality of customers’ buying and travel experiences by giving them better features and value, as well as rewards through our new EkspreSmiles program,” said ERL CEO Noormah Mohd Noor.
“With the flexibility of travel starting this week, more people can now travel for business and leisure activities, so we hope this launch is timely so that people can use public transport again.”