Malaysian Airlines 777

Malaysia Airlines is the full-service flag carrier of Malaysia. Flying out of its home base in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL), the main airline focuses on international, long-distance routes for destinations in the Southeast Asian region. Through its subsidiaries, Firefly Airlines and MASWings, Malaysia Airlines connects to and provides service for domestic and short-range regional flights. It is a top-quality airline with a 5 Star rating and a serious contender in Southeast Asian passenger air traffic.

Malaysian Airlines 777
Malaysian Airlines 777Malaysia Airlines is a full-service airline with a presence on every continent except Antarctica. It is not a budget or strictly local airline. First and Business Class are available for all flights. Economy Class features individual in-flight entertainment consoles. Its customer service includes its Golden Lounges for members, First Class and Business Class passengers in its major network airports. Higher classes and individual in-flight entertainment are not available on the flights operated by its subsidiary companies, Firefly and MASwings, since they use small commuter-type aircraft. The service of Firefly and MASwings complements that of Malaysia Airlines. If you are flying to a secondary or tertiary destination via Malaysia Airlines, you will connect through one of these two airlines. An example would be connecting to Medan, Indonesia or to a location in Malaysian Borneo from Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian Airlines 777
Malaysian Airlines 777Malaysia Airlines offers a range of international routes that directly compete with its rivals, such as Singapore Airlines. It also offers the kind of in-flight crew service and high-quality meals that the flagship airlines of Southeast Asia are famous for. Even the Economy Class seats seem a little roomier and comfier than is the norm on many American and European airlines. All of this comes at a reasonable price.
Malaysian Airlines 777
Malaysian Airlines 777
Malaysian Airlines 777If the airline has a failing, it is in the added difficulty in arranging flights on short notice. The online purchase of tickets must be done a full 48 hours in advance. Also, E-Ticketing is only guaranteed to be available for the trans-continental flights flying out of Kuala Lumpur. If you want to book a domestic flight on one of Malaysia's subsidiary carriers, or perhaps a fight on a shorter run to China, you will either need to make the trip to a Malaysia Airlines office and buy the tickets in person, or else go through a travel agent and pay a commission. This is a considerable handicap for many business fliers, as well as travelers who are already in Malaysia. However, these difficulties are common with many Southeast Asian airlines, which are proving slow to adapt to E-ticketing.

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