Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport is more commonly known as the Subang Airport and located in Subang, Selangor, Malaysia, 30 minutes from the city centre. This large hub of aviation serves both domestic and international flights and a handful of turboprop operations. The Subang airport features the longest runway in history boasting a length of 3.7 kilometres.
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport is known for its lower cost commercial and dining options compared to KLIA. The Palms Sports Bar & Restaurant is the hippest of the dining establishments and the single drinking hole in the complex. American fast food classics abound across the three terminals but are balanced with more luxurious eateries most notably being Warung Desa Paku, Kapitan Kopitiam and the Sakura Café & Cuisine.
From the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport the Federal Highway and the Sprint Highway run directly into the city centre. Two public bus services, Metrobus and RapidKL, offer plentiful public transportation routes as well. Additionally, there are a number of taxis and car rental companies.
The Subang airport was originally designed as an exclusive, low-cost aviation complex but expanded to incorporate increased travel and cargo transport. In 1965 the airport was opened to the public, but a multitude of subsequent fires led to limited access and subsequent reconstruction.