KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 — Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and public transport service provider Rapid KL have confirmed that their services have been affected by the power outage reported across the Klang Valley.

Rapid KL said on its Twitter that the major power disruption has interrupted its rail services, mainly the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Ampang-Sri Petaling line.

Meanwhile, KLIA also has stated that its main terminal building is currently facing similar disruptions.

Both parties said they have reached out to national utility company Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to resolve the issue.

Approximately at 2:42pm today, KLIA stated that the power has been fully restored and operational at its main terminal building.

Meanwhile, Rapid KL has announced that trains have moved slowly and took some time at each platform as a result of the power disruption.

Despite that its rail services being fully operational since 1:35pm, Rapid KL said that all LRT lines and monorail train frequencies will have a slight delay of three to 10 minutes.

Earlier today, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) addressed the power disruption hitting several parts of Peninsular Malaysia and said that it was caused by a grid trip of a national transmission cable.

TNB then said the power has been fully restored in all blackout-hit areas since 3:02pm today.

Malay Mail has received reports that at least 11 areas in Klang Valley alone namely Subang, Sunway, Petaling Jaya, Cheras, Hulu Langat, Mont Kiara, Setiawangsa, Jelatek, Setapak, Kajang, and Kepong, faced power disruption.