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  • initialism The IATA code of Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

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Examples

  • BEBE KUL (translated): I was at home, by my husband wasn't there.

    CNN Transcript Apr 23, 2009

  • BEBE KUL (translated): I was at home, by my husband wasn't there.

    CNN Transcript Apr 23, 2009

  • (MAY-uh KUL-puh, KOOL-puh) An expresssion from Catholic ritual that assigns blame to oneself: “I gave you the wrong directions to my house—mea culpa.

    mea culpa

  • MAS operates 12 weekly direct flights on the KUL-SYD route.

    ATW Daily News

  • MAS and Korean Air each operate 12 weekly flights on the KUL-ICN route.

    ATW Daily News

  • Flights carry the QF code and go into the decidedly high cost T1 at SIN (as well as high cost terminals like the main terminal building in KUL).

    The Cranky Flier

  • Certainly on the KUL-SIN shuttle run they attract completely different kinds of travellers with completely different products to airport terminals that are many miles apart (geographically and in terms of product benefits)

    The Cranky Flier

  • MAS and Korean Air each operate 12 weekly flights on the KUL-ICN route.

    ATW Daily News

  • The flight from KUL to ROM was delayed for more than two hours and we had to switch aircraft as the one we were boarding was having a problem.

    Planet Malaysia

  • MAS operates 12 weekly direct flights on the KUL-SYD route.

    ATW Daily News

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