Malaysia Airlines is a Malaysian airline based in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia Airlines is one of the few airlines to have received 5 stars from Skytrax, a company that surveys the quality of airlines. Passengers can thus prepare for an all-round relaxing flight experience. Whether service, security, catering or comfort, the company always receives top marks.
Economy Class is one of the best in the world. Passengers benefit from more space than usual, a choice of different menus and the latest entertainment technologies. There are also the Golden Club Class, which corresponds to the Business Class, and the First Class.
The fleet consists of Boeing's and Airbuses. The airline was founded in 1937. The first flight went from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. Airline hubs are Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu. From there national and international scheduled flights are operated. The company serves a dense domestic route network. In addition, mainly cities in Asia such as Mumbai, Shanghai, Singapore and Jakarta are served. European destinations such as Frankfurt, London, Paris and Amsterdam are also on the agenda.
Although Malaysia Airlines is not a member of an aviation association, it has numerous partner airlines with which codeshare flights are carried out. These include All Nippon Airways, KLM and Qatar Airways. The frequent flyer program is called Enrich. Rewards are free flights, ticket upgrades, a Priority Check In or the increase of the free baggage allowance. Miles can also be collected from numerous partners. The lounges are called Golden Lounges and are furnished in a noble style. Equipped with the latest communication technologies, they offer the best working conditions for business travelers. Malaysia Airlines won the 2009 World Travel Award as Asia's leading airline.
👜 Baggage regulations at Malaysia Airlines
As far as the baggage allowance limits are concerned, Malaysia Airlines could well win a prize due to its generous regulations. Standardized travelers can check in up to two pieces of luggage weighing up to 30 kilograms. This is in the international comparison of the airlines as extremely generous. Those flying in Business Class are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage with a total weight of up to 40 kilograms, while travelers in First Class are allowed to give up to 50 kilograms in total. In addition to the weight, it is important that the maximum dimensions of 158 centimeters (length + height + width) are maintained. In addition, care should be taken that no single piece of luggage is heavier than 32 kilograms. Malaysia Air provides a luggage calculator on its website that allows passengers to easily calculate the total baggage allowance based on the selected booking class and destination. In addition, passengers are allowed carry hand luggage in the cabin. In this case, the booking class also plays a role, with travelers in Economy Class being allowed to carry a carry-on bag weighing seven kilograms. Business or First Class travelers, on the other hand, benefit from the option of carrying two pieces of hand luggage, each weighing up to seven kilograms. Again, it is important to comply with certain dimensions, according to which each piece of hand luggage must not be larger than 55 x 35 x 25 centimeters.
🕗 Malaysia Airlines Web Check-in
From 48 hours before take-off, passengers can use Web Check-in at Malaysia Airlines. For this they need, for example, the e-ticket or booking number. This way you can comfortably choose your preferred seat from home.