MAB extends validity of MH E-vouchers


Malaysia Airlines said customers are encouraged to rebook their tickets ahead of time to enjoy greater savings for immediate travel until June 30, 2023. — Reuters

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) is extending its final MH E-vouchers validity and flight rebooking to eligible customers until March 31, 2023.

In a statement yesterday, the airline company said customers are encouraged to rebook their tickets ahead of time to enjoy greater savings for immediate travel until June 30, 2023.

“Customers who have existing tickets issued for travel between Jan 1, 2020 and Oct 29, 2022 and have been unable to travel due to flight changes or disruptions will have the option to rebook their travel by March 31, 2023, with one-time free date change, with service fee and fare difference waived, subject to terms and conditions apply.”

Since March 2020, Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) chief executive officer of airlines, Ahmad Luqman Mohd Azmi, said MAB has accommodated customers whose travel plans have been disrupted by border restrictions.

This was done by allowing them to convert their existing flight bookings to E-vouchers with the flexibility to rebook their travels over an extended travel period validity, he said.

“At the heart of our organisation lies the belief that customers are our centre of gravity.

“With the prolonged movement and border restrictions, we have offered six validity extension rounds with more than 600,000 coupons issued inclusive of open tickets and MH E-vouchers.”

MAG is the parent company of MAB. Ahmad Luqman urged passengers to seize this final validity extension opportunity to use their vouchers to book their upcoming travels before it expires on March 31.

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