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  1. Anyonw knows about BOB snacks on MH? Effective today on selected long haul flights
  2. And my flight was cancelled yesterday after sitting in the plane for 6 hours due to the incident. MH725 was supposed to leave KUL at 1750, we boarded the plane but we didn't go anywhere until near midnight when almost everyone demanded to disembark. Anyway, MH ground team managed the issue (MH725) terribly. Manager on duty was nowhere to be seen, and only defensive MH ground staff were available to assist unhappy passengers. Ironically, MH727 departed before midnight to CGK and we were told by the captain, defensive ground staff, and clueless cabin crews that all southern departure were put on hold. I departed to CGK (MH713) 13 hours and 30 minutes after the original scheduled departure time. The way MH managed delays and uncertain cases like this leaves a lot to be desired. Everyone (especially the ground staff) seems to be very defensive and they have no idea with whatever they are doing. Hotel arrangements, flight replacements, took hours to be settled. Another series of nightmare with Malaysia Airlines after 7 hours delay (Air conditioning problem) in February.
  3. MH will be flying to Daxing 10/w, replacing flights to PEK. 3 daytime flights and the rest are midnight departures. Flight numbers are being changed as well
  4. Flights to SOC and PKU are bookable now
  5. MH will move to Beijing Daxing airport next year, and they change the flight number too.... Taken from MH website: Malaysia Airlines Relocates its operations in Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) to Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) Malaysia Airlines will be moving its operations at Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) to Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX), effective 1 January 2020. With the move, Malaysia Airlines will operate a daily flight to and from Daxing. The flight schedule will maintain the current timing as follows: MH364 Kuala Lumpur 6.00pm – Daxing 12.20am (next day) MH365 Daxing 1:30am – Kuala Lumpur 8.00am (same day) Passengers with bookings for travel from 31 December 2019 to Beijing Capital will have their tickets reassigned to Beijing Daxing. For further information, passengers may contact Malaysia Airlines call center at 1 300 88 3000 (within Malaysia) and +603 7843 3000 (outside Malaysia).
  6. There will be many MAHB Ambassador wearing white ASK ME sash around. They are more than willing to help if passengers are lost
  7. I'm using MHmobile, for journey on the 19th April
  8. Tried to do dummy booking, KUL - AOR Economy lite : 119.06 (7kg carry on luggage) Economy basic : +50.88 (7kg carry on + 20kg check in luggage) Economy flexi : +150.52 (7kg carry on + 25kg check in luggage) To KCH Economy lite : 319.40 Economy basic : +60.42 Economy flexi : +200.34
  9. Maybe because of one pax with peanut allergy so they didn't serve peanuts?
  10. Asian mentality, the bigger the better
  11. Never thought of this... Twice a week, A330-300 source : https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/my/en/news-article/2018/malaysia-airlines-to-madinah.html Malaysia Airlines expands service to MadinahKLIA, 16 October 2018- Malaysia Airlines will be expanding its global network into Saudi Arabia with the first direct commercial service to Madinah from Kuala Lumpur, on 29 October 2018. This new seasonal service is expected to connect Umrah pilgrims directly into Madinah which is currently served by its charter services for travel up until 26 March 2019. Currently the airline operates four times weekly scheduled services to Jeddah. The airline will operate two flights per week, every Mondays and Tuesdays utilizing the airline’s Airbus 330-300 wide-body aircraft with 290 seats, comprising of 27 seats in Business Class and 263 seats in Economy Class. Starting from now customers can start to make their booking via our website at www.malaysiaairlines.com, with all-inclusive return fares from as low as RM2,892 on Economy Class and from as low as RM5,825 on Business Class. Malaysia Airlines’ Group Chief Executive Officer, Izham Ismail, said, “We are pleased to expand our service into Madinah to offer Umrah pilgrims with direct connectivity and flexible flight options of twice weekly service between the two cities. The KL-Madinah route is a seasonal scheduled service in which this service will complement the airline’s Umrah charter operations. This service provides a convenient option to pilgrims who wish to travel directly into Madinah in their journey to pilgrimage.” “We look forward to welcoming our guests onboard Malaysia Airlines to experience Malaysian Hospitality with superior inflight features including lie flat seats on business class and a variety of complimentary food incorporating the elements of best of Malaysia aimed at enhancing our passenger’s travel experience. Passengers will also be entitled to baggage allowances of 40kg on Business Class and 30kg on Economy Class without any additional charges,” he added.
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