Malaysia Airlines to introduce luxury private terminal transfer service with BMW i7

SEPANG: Malaysia Airlines will be introducing an exclusive private terminal transfer service for its passengers to travel in premium comfort between the Main Terminal Building and the Satellite Building of KLIA Terminal 1, in collaboration with BMW Group Malaysia through their dealer partner, Ingress Auto Sdn. Bhd.

Beginning Feb 1, Enrich Platinum, Business Suite, and Business Class passengers flying with Malaysia Airlines will get to experience a heightened level of luxury as they will be chauffeured in style with the all-electric BMW i7.

The 24-hour service offers a sustainable and premium travel option exclusively for Malaysia Airlines’ passengers, in addition to the Premium Bus transfer currently provided by the airport operator following the temporary suspension of the aerotrain service.

During the initial phase, a fleet of  i7 vehicles will be deployed to serve departing passengers with the pick-up point located at Gate G1 of the Main Terminal Building.

The airline will also be deploying additional units to serve arriving passengers in the near future, following the completion of the arrival lounge at the airport’s Satellite Building.

Passengers can enjoy the assurance that the premium service is intricately tailored to ensure individualised experiences, eliminating any concerns about sharing rides.

This exclusive service guarantees dedicated transportation, with vehicles allocated for solo travellers, couples, and families up to four passengers per car; ensuring a smooth and comfortable journey as part of the end-to-end customer experience.

"As the only carrier offering this temporary personalised service to our passengers in light of the aerotrain’s temporary suspension at KLIA Terminal 1, it underscores our dedication to elevating our standards of service to ensure a premium travel experience, while also reinforcing our commitment to embedding sustainable practices with the selection of the all-electric i7 series," said Malaysia Aviation Group airlines CEO Ahmad Luqman Mohd Azmi.

"We look forward to extending this service to our arriving passengers as part of our continuous efforts to ensure a fuss-free and enjoyable experience driven by our inimitable Malaysian Hospitality.”

Also present were Ingress Auto Sdn Bhd managing director Rabian Ab Rahman and BMW Group Malaysia corporate communications head Sashi Ambihaipahan.


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