Malaysia Airlines Safe Travel Info
What's it like to fly Malaysia Airlines right now?
Malaysia Airlines updated its operations following the onset of COVID-19.
It’s recently launched a campaign called Fly Confidently which communicates the health and safety measures now taken by the Malaysia Airlines gorup.
The airline’s new video shows what to expect as a passenger from airport arrival through the flight.
While the airline’s new policies are comprehensive, Malaysia Airlines does not require social distancing on board.
Passengers may want to check the expected load for their flight prior to arriving to ensure they can secure a seat away from other passengers.
The airline was offering flexibility to cancel and rebook tickets for reservations booked before June 30, 2020. Tickets purchased from July 1 onwards are subject to standard terms and conditions.
Safe Travel Summary
Check-in kiosks are regularly cleaned and sanitized
Plexiglass partitions at check-in counters at KLIA and selected airports
Contactless temperature checks done at boarding
Passengers are encouraged to check-in online prior to airport arrival to minimize contact
All passengers and employees must wear face masks on board except during meals
Revised boarding process in small groups to encourage social distancing
Malaysia Airlines aircraft use HEPA filters that remove 99.97% of airborne contaminants like viruses
Aircraft cabins disinfected with approved disinfectants between every flight
No mandated social distancing policy on-board. Distancing is implemented during boarding, deplaning, and off the aircraft
Hygiene kits provided on-board with face mask, and sanitizer and a sanitizing wipe
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