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MH Tokyo and Melbourne for IATA Travel Pass Trial

by on May 28, 2021
 

Malaysia Airlines has announced the extension and expansion of its IATA Travel Pass trial. Following the completion of the first trial on its Kuala-Lumpur-London route on 27th May 2021, it will be extended to flights out of Kuala Lumpur to Tokyo-Narita and Melbourne. These will begin on the Kuala Lumpur-Melbourne MH129 flights from 30th May 2021.

Currently only available to iOS users, passengers using Android devices will also be able to join the latest stage of the trial. This makes Malaysia Airlines among the first airlines in the world to trial the Android application of the IATA Travel Pass.

IATA Travel Pass Trial

The Travel Pass consolidates all passenger travel information in one, simple easy-to-navigate application. By presenting a single application with the traveller’s PCR test results and vaccination status it hopes to be the key to reopening safe and secure international travel. The trial of the IATA Travel Pass signals Malaysia Airlines’ efforts to reopen global travel, giving passengers the necessary tools in one-easy-to-use application.

….. Malaysia Airlines continues to be committed in ensuring that it remains at the forefront of the industry’s push to reopen international travel. Group Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer of Malaysia Airlines, Lau Yin May

She added that the extension of the IATA Travel Pass pilot will build on from insights gained from the KUL-LHR trials to ensure passengers have a smooth travel experience, with a few clicks on their smartphone.

Malaysia Airlines passengers travelling to Melbourne and Tokyo-Narita should check their email for the invitation email to join this trial.

To find out more about Malaysia Airlines’ commitment to offering passengers a safe and secure travel experience amidst the pandemic, visit malaysiaairlines.com fly-with-confidence campaign.  The link details the safety precautions in place, helping passengers to feel confident when they book future travels to Fly Malaysia!

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