KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines has introduced an enhanced economy class flexible fare options across its entire network for all passengers – the first carrier in Asia Pacific – and it takes effect on June 22.
It said on Friday passengers would enjoy, offering unparalleled safety, security, flexibility and a completely hassle-free, premium experience based on the needs of each customer.
“Previously limited to domestic, Asean and South Asian destinations, passengers will now have access to the three unique fare options (lite, basic, flex), to all destinations except Malaysia to Japan and Japan to Malaysia, Jeddah and Madinah, beginning June 22, ” it said.
Malaysia Airlines Group CEO captain Izham Ismail said the airline was putting the passengers' needs as priority as the world slowly recover from the brunt of the Covid-19 pandemic and as people begin to travel again.
He said the options would enable the passengers to fly without the burden of worry, with a truly hassle-free experience.
Izham said the flexible fare options across the network will allow greater personalisation for its passengers, balancing a simple and intuitive booking experience, alongside unforgettable Malaysian Hospitality onboard and on the ground, creating a stress-free and seamless travel experience.
“Regardless of your travel needs, all passengers get to enjoy the privileges and services of flying Malaysia’s premier full-service carrier across all fares, with cabin baggage up to 7kg, complimentary snacks/meals and beverages as well as access to the specially curated Malaysia Airlines in-flight-entertainment system, ” he said.
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