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Malaysia Airlines Extends Rebooking Travel Flexibility Until End Of 2022

Malaysia Airlines Extends Rebooking Travel Flexibility Until End Of 2022

The airline previously offered customers the flexibility to rebook their travels on or before 30 June 2021.

Maya Suraya

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Malaysia’s national carrier Malaysia Airlines has announced the extension of rebooking travel flexibility, offering customers longer ticket validity until 31 December 2022. This includes a one time fare difference and service fee waiver.

Eligible customers can now rebook their travels on or before 30 June 2022 for travel to be completed by 31 December 2022.

Malaysia Airlines announced back in April that passengers could rebook their travels on or before 31 December 2021 for travel to be completed by June 2022 but has since changed their policy to accommodate the current situation.

The recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Malaysia has moved us to prioritise further the safety and health of our passengers and employees. With customers being the centre of gravity, we hope the extended travel rebooking flexibility regardless of the class fare will provide the certainty and peace of mind that their tickets remain eligible for future travel with us.

-Captain Izham Ismail, Group Chief Executive Officer Malaysia Aviation Group (parent company to Malaysia Airlines Bhd)
(Credit: @kementeriankesihatanmalaysia/Facebook)

Malaysia Airlines scales down but continues essential travel

In other news, the airline has scaled down with 85% reduction across its network during the Movement Control Order (MCO) from 1 to 14 June 2021. It will however continue to facilitate essential domestic and international travels as well as cargo.

As national carrier, we continue to play our role in ensuring accessibility for Malaysia together with Firefly and MASwings, via limited commercial and charter services even since MCO 1.0. From April 2020, we have successfully deployed over 350 rescue and repatriation flights utilising Malaysia Airlines’ A380, A350, A330 and B737 aircraft whilst MABkargo operated more than 1,600 passenger-to-cargo (P2C) flights since March 2020, carrying over 30,000 tonnes of relief items on its global freighter network continue to ensure the global supply chain is maintained.

-Captain Izham Ismail, Group Chief Executive Officer Malaysia Aviation Group (parent company to Malaysia Airlines Bhd)

Customers may refer to the airline’ travel advisory on their official website for more information.


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