Class rating 7.8
- Boarding 8.5
- Seat for sitting 7.3
- Seat for sleeping 5.8
- Service 8.7
- Entertainment 7.2
- Food & drink 8.3
- Punctuality 8.3
- Baggage 7.3
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Malaysia Airlines' long-haul business cabin offers a pod-style seat which turns into an inclined flat-bed on the 777, 747 and A330 aircraft. On the A380 it is fully flat.
The older cabins are furnished in subtle dark blue and cream shades giving a classy feel. Seats are fitted with 10.4" screens. On most aircraft, the system is on demand with more than 100 films.
Passengers on Boeing aircraft can send and receive messages to and from mobile phones on the ground and send, receive and read e-mails mid-air.
Malaysia's A380 business class seat is a bed of 72 inches when extended. It is fitted with a 17-inch TV screen, the largest in the fleet. All seats have power supply and USB port.
The hold luggage allowance is 40kg.
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MH 162 KUL/DXB This service has been recently added by MH, so loads were light. There were 6 of us in business, which was the refurbished business cabin with the lie-flat seats, but as it was a day flight I was to too bothered. Service was good (as it should be with only 6 passengers), staff were very friendly. Lunch included the excellent satay service, and given... more
Kuala Lumpur - Melbourne Booking and check in: We booked online directly with MH at Malaysiaairlines.com as part of a Hong Kong - KL - Melbourne itinerary. You are able to choose your seats at booking and we choose a window/aisle pair at row 3. We arrived at KUL at 7:30am via the KLIA Ekspress train (which touts itself as 'the fastest train in southeast asia). We... more