Passengers flying through the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) Sepang, Malaysia will be pleased to know that Malaysia Airlines has opened two ticket sales counters there. This opening marks the availability of yet another channel of ticket sales for the customer, especially for those who frequent LCCT, and those who stay close to the area, namely Seremban 2, Nilai, Sepang and Enstek City. The two ticket sales counters, which formally started operations on 16 May 2011, are located at the Public Concourse of the LCCT (near the Marrybrown family restaurant), and are flanked by the Firefly and AirAsia ticket counters.
Online via web:
Check-in via malaysiaairlines.com. Print out your boarding pass and bring it to the airport.
Self-service kiosk at the airport:
Check yourself in and have your boarding pass printed using our FastCheck in kiosks at the airport.
Via your mobile phone:
If you have Internet access on your mobile, check-in by going to flymas.mobi. Your boarding pass will be displayed on your phone.
Regular check-in counters:
Present yourself and all relevant travel documents at the airport check-in counter and obtain your boarding pass. You only need to arrive at the airport 30 minutes before take-off (domestic flights), or 40 minutes for international flights, or one hour if you have check-in luggage.
Malaysia Airlines launches its new Airbus 330-300
In line with its promise to continuously serve the growing markets of South Asia, China, North Asia and Australia, Malaysia Airlines launched its new Airbus 330-300 at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). The occasion was graced by the Minister of Transport, Y.B. Dato’ Seri Kong Cho Ha. The new A330-300 has a total capacity of 283 seats, and comes with modern amenities, mood lighting in all cabins and spacious overhead baggage compartments. The A330-300 made its maiden journey from Kuala Lumpur to Brisbane, departing at 9:40 a.m., on 20 April 2011.