In the slightly under two minutes clip, employees of the national carrier are first featured in casual clothes at home before changing into their professional uniforms as they get ready for work.
The viral video, which was posted by Twitter user @nenedelre on May 5, has since been retweeted over 11,000 times and clocked over 200,000 views.
The video can also be viewed on Malaysia Airlines Academy Instagram account (@malaysiaairlinesacademy).
The caption that accompanied the Instagram post also feature a link for Malaysia Airlines' next Pilot Preparatory Program.
"Date for next intake is TBA due to MCO. We shall revert back to you with the details via email,"
The #DontRushChallenge was initially done to celebrate fashion. The challenge has since spread to airline crews, especially flight attendants.
The idea of the challenge is that the makeover process cannot be “rushed” before going out.
In the videos, airline staff could be seen preparing for their work assignments.
Since the Covid-19 outbreak, airlines under the Malaysia Aviation Group – Malaysia Airlines, MABkargo, MASwings and Firefly – has supported the Health Ministry with movement of health equipment and supplies as well as offering to fly medical staff across its domestic and international network including rural areas within Sabah and Sarawak.
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