17 DECEMBER 2018
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A rebrand of its First-Class cabins to a new product called Business Suite was ushered in by Malaysia Airlines across its Airbus A350-900s and A380-800s last week, offering what the company called new levels of luxury, space and privacy.
The carrier said the rebrand was in response to “high business traveller demand” and would offer an enhanced service at an attractive price point for passengers.
The suite, below, comes with a dedicated check-in counter, access to Malaysia Airlines’ premium First Class Lounge and a baggage allowance of 50kg, as well as fine-dining on board.
Malaysia Airlines Group CEO Captain Izham Ismail said: “The new Business Suite was introduced in response to the growing demand of our guests. Our target is to enable the frequent flyer who is looking for enhanced comfort, now to be able to enjoy a premium experience at competitive prices.
“We are confident that our new Business Suite will change the way people travel in Business Class.”
The Business Suite cabin will be available on the London, Tokyo and Osaka routes and on the Sydney and Seoul routes during the winter season.
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