Kids fly for free on Malaysia Airlines

Kids get to fly for free in Malaysia Airlines’ brand new holiday campaign.- AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Kids get to fly for free in Malaysia Airlines’ brand new holiday campaign.

Every booking under MHholidays will be entitled to a complimentary flight and accommodation package for one child aged between three and 11 years old or an infant aged two years and below.

The campaign period is from now until Sept 2.

Malaysia Airlines group chief marketing and customer experience officer Lau Yin May said since the lifting of the movement control order (MCO), many customers are keen to travel with loved ones.

“MHholidays is here for them offering great value-for-money deals that cater not only for solo travellers indulging their wanderlust, but for families who want to enjoy a hassle-free holiday, ” she said.

Lau added that as part of Malaysia Airlines’ enhanced health and safety measures, passengers can fly confidently to their respective destinations.

The package price for flight plus a 3D/2N hotel stay ranges from RM389 to Kota Kinabalu, RM189 to Johor Bahru, RM239 to Kuantan, RM249 to Langkawi, RM239 to Penang and RM189 to Kuala Lumpur from other destinations within Malaysia.

These packages are valid for immediate travel until Jan 31 next year.

Malaysia Airlines is also collaborating with Sabah Tourism to offer a special promotion in support of the #BahMarilah campaign to promote tourism into Sabah.

The campaign will focus on attracting passengers to explore Sabah’s popular attractions.

Sabah Tourism Board general manager Noredah Othman said several hotels and attractions in the state have rolled out special deals after the easing of the MCO.

“These days you can see a good number of people checking-in to hotels for staycations and many others who are venturing out of their hometowns to explore the various tourist attractions around Sabah.

“Over the past few weekends, community-based tourism areas such as Kundasang, Ranau and Kiulu have seen a steady increase in the number of travellers, ” she said.

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