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Malaysia Airlines Langkawi treat for first-time fliers

October 14, 20182 minute read
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Malaysia Airlines recently gave a group of school students a special treat by flying them to Langkawi.  This special treat for the first-time fliers from SK LKTP Tenggaroh Selatan, Kota Tinggi, Johor was waved off at KLIA by the airline’s Group CEO Capt Izham Ismail. Each of the 40 teachers and students carried a special goodie bag with them as they boarded flight MH1436. After a quick turnaround, they returned to KLIA on MH1446.

Captain Izham paid tribute to the teachers who had organised the trip, adding that the airline had organised something special …

…. As the national airline of Malaysia, we find ways to appreciate our passengers even with little gestures while at the same time promoting the attributes of Malaysian Hospitality. We are delighted that they chose to travel with Malaysia Airlines and we hope that these kids will aspire to one day give back to society. They can start small with acts of kindness to others. We believe a memorable first time experience will leave a lasting impression. Capt Izham

Langkawi has it all

Visitors to Langkawi will find plenty to suit all tastes. Not only is the island duty-free (shoppers beware) it’s a perfect place to relax on the beach or go exploring.

The children’s visit forms part of the airline’s MHmoments campaign, an initiative to make each passenger’s travel experience unique and memorable from beginning-to-end. In conjunction with this programme, Malaysia Airlines will release a series of inspiring videos, highlighting Malaysian Hospitality.

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MAS’ pilots and cabin crew with teachers and students from SK LKTP Tenggaroh Selatan, Kota Tinggi, Johor at KLIA
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