Malaysia Airlines is national carrier of Malaysia. Going beyond expectations, it’s persistent in giving hospitable air service worldwide. The airline operates services from its main base, Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Malaysia Airlines has given status of being one of the six airlines five-star airlines by Skytrax.
Malaysia Airlines was established in 1963 after bifurcation. Its operations started on 1987 with the name changed, Malaysia Airlines’. Its important hubs are Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Kuching International Airport and Penang International Airport.
Malaysia Airlines has a strong fleet of 85 flights while 41 are putting on orders. The airline maintains its sturdy presence in not only in Europe, Australasia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Middle East and other American cities. Malaysia Airlines became the world’s longest non-commercial, non-stop flights operator from Boeing field in Seattle to Kuala Lumpur.
The biggest airline of Malaysia has three subsidiaries airlines i.e., Firefly, MASWings and MASKargo. But its diversified industrial expansion adds up over 20 subsidiaries, including 13 fully owned by Malaysia Airlines. It carries Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn.Bhd, MAS Aerotechnologies Sdn. Bhd, MAS Golden Holidays Sdn Bhd, Malaysian Aerospace Engineering Sdn Bhd, MAS Academy Sdn Bhd, Abacus Distribution Systems Sdn Bhd, Taj Madras Air Catering Limited, MAS Catering Sdn Bhd and LSG Sky Chefts.
In order to pull off a robust growth, Malaysia Airlines is keen on carrying out acquisition and Merger activities. Worldwide, there are many members of Malaysia Airlines i.e., Air France, All Nippon Airways, Swiss International Airlines, Northwest Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Virgin Blue, Virgin Atlantic, Jet Airways, Egyptair, Etihad Airways, China Southern Airlines, Cathay Pacific, BMI, Dragon Air, Air Mauritius, Air India, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, Korean Air, Myanmar Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, Philippine Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Thai Airways International, Uzbekistan Airways and Transaero airlines.
Apart from this, the Kuala Lumpur-based airline takes 25 airlines in all. These are four from SkyTeam, two from OneWorld and seven from Star Alliance.
Malaysia Airlines rolls out services in three-class category. Usually these are First, Golden and Economy. Its flights feature an 1800 flat-bed seat with a pitch of 80 inches and width of about 20.5 inches. A power outlet attaches each for a notebook or other electronic device. There is a 15-inch LCD touch-screen monitor along with an amenity kit. A portable media player is also there to be played on demand.
Passengers are served a variety of things as if the world of cuisine is being introduced, especially on medium and long-haul flights. Coffee, Mineral water, orange juice and tea are offered time to time. Beverages like, Beer, wine, Rum are offered served to passengers onboard.
Of late, Malaysia Airlines has launched “Frequent Flyer Program.” It is a flying programme, very much lucrative for frequent travellers. The programme comprises a variety of airlines, banks, credit-card issues, hotels and lifestyle retailers across the world.
Also, it rolls out GRADs programme for students. It’s also a type of frequent flyer programme but made available for students above 12 only. Students are given its membership card to make the most of Malaysia Airlines’ benefits.
Malaysia Airlines promotes its brand through hospitable air service. Malaysia Airline is Going Beyond Expectations for its service excellence.