Web check-in and verification Malaysia Airlines, for the convenience of passengers, offers 4 check-in options: - Web check-in - Mobile check-in - Counter check-in - Self-service kiosk The check-in counters close 60 minutes for international flights and 45 minutes for domestic flights, before departure. Passengers are encouraged to check-in via web or mobile check-in or come as early as 3-4 hours before departure for baggage drop. Web check-in and mobile check-in is available between 48 hours and 90 minutes before the flight departure, with the option to print out the boarding pass or get it on mobile phones. Passengers with pets as check-in baggage can check-in online (mobile or web) and proceed to the counter to make payment for the pet (AVIH / PETH).
Passengers can check-in as many pieces of baggage as they need, as long as the total weight does not exceed the maximum baggage allowed
for their cabin class. For economy class tickets, 30 kg (66 lbs.) and 158 cm (62 inches) is the limit. For business class, 40 kg (88 lbs.) and 158 cm (62 inches) is the limit and for first class, 50 kg (110 lbs.) and 158 cm (62 inches) is the limit. Apart from Free Baggage Allowance (FBA), passengers are entitled for Cabin Baggage Allowance as well.
Passengers boarding Malaysia Airlines can call on +60378433000. This customer care service is available 24 hours from Monday to Sunday.
The flight schedule for Malaysia Airlines
flights can be checked at https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/my/en/help.html where passengers simply have to fill in the particulars for the places of departure and arrival and travel dates.
Passport and Visa Information
Passengers need to present a valid ticket and a valid identification document (with an expiry date after the scheduled date of arrival at the destination) for all the countries of transit and destination. Many countries have specific requirements for passport validity, and often require passports to be valid significantly longer than the length of the trip – this can vary depending on the country of origin, as well as other factors. Depending on the respective country's regulations, the passenger may not be allowed to travel if their passport expiry date does not meet the local country requirements.
Passengers flying with Malaysia Airlines will surely get a taste of true Malaysian hospitality and made to feel at ease at all times. They can enjoy the latest movies, TV programmes, games and music with the airlines’ comprehensive inflight entertainment. Passengers can also shop at 36,000 feet in the air and treat themselves to special duty-free collections available on board. Flying with Malaysia Airlines can take the passengers on an unparalleled culinary journey. Malaysia Airlines understands the importance of a menu that is not only delicious and healthy but also a true reflection of their love for food as a nation. Special requests due to religious, medical or dietary requirements can be ordered up to 24 hours before departure. For those flying in First Class and Business Class, a special Chef-on-Call menu with 25 beautifully crafted meals for a more personalised onboard dining experience is available. Passengers can also book their favourite seats in advance to enjoy a really comfortable journey.
Malaysia Airlines has a fleet of 84 aircraft that include 77 passenger aircraft and 7 cargo planes. The fleet of Malaysia Airlines consists of Airbus A330-200 (3), Airbus A330-300 (11), Boeing 737-400 (37), Boeing 737-800 (3), Boeing 747-400 (13) and Boeing 777-200 ER (17).
With its main operating hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines provides air travel services for Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Middle East and on the Kangaroo Route between Europe and Australasia. Transpacific flights from Kuala Lumpur to Los Angeles are also operated by Malaysia Airlines. More than 60 destinations across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America are covered by Malaysia Airlines, making it a truly global airline.