Class rating 8.9
- Boarding 9.3
- Seat for sitting 9.3
- Seat for sleeping 9.3
- Service 9.3
- Entertainment 8.3
- Food & drink 7.8
- Punctuality 9.3
- Baggage 9.0
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Malaysia Airlines' first class seat offers a completely flat bed with an ottoman that doubles as a "buddy seat" if you want to have a meal or meeting with a companion. Seats on the 747 have a 115-volt power socket and 15-inch TV monitor.
Meals are served on fine china and include Malaysia Airlines' signature dish, satay. There is also a SKYSNAX selection including cheese and crackers, chocolates or biscuits and fruits. Cabin crew will also prepare sandwiches on request.
On the Airbus A380, seats are fully flat beds that are 40 inches wide and 87 inches long. Design touches include a granite cocktail table, personal closet and a 23-inch TV.
First Class passengers have a 50kg luggage allowance.
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LOUNGE @ LHR T4 Décor is fairly cool, decent lighting and a mahoosive plasma TV in the middle of lounge which can be seen from just about everywhere. Really nice welcome from reception and then into wee door to 1st lounge. Quite small and I am the only one at that time, no food out on buffet either. They also do an a la carte. I’m poncing around thinking about where... more
Services, Foods, Seats was absolutely great from LA to KL but KL to Dhaka nearly about 4 hours flight they did not have First Class Seats though my ticket was paid for First Class. Services was very good but Leg room and the Seats was terrible. The Aircraft was AB330. I am not comfortable flying with Air Bus 320, 330, 340 at all. I rather like Boeing 737-800 one of the... more