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Published on : Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Due to expected congestion at Immigration counters, the Aerotrains and security check-points, we also strongly advise passengers to allow enough time from check-in to boarding to avoid missing flights. Passengers are also advised to ensure all travel documents are up-to-date. For travel to Sabah and Sarawak, a valid MyKad or MyKid is required.
The national carrier will be providing dedicated counters, B16 and B17, for those requiring special assistance, such as those travelling with children or elderly passengers.
Malaysia Airlines’ passengers are allowed to check-in a maximum of two pieces of baggage on any class of travel, with two pieces of baggage weighing 40kg in total for Business Class and two pieces of baggage weighing 30kg in total for Economy Class. Passengers are to ensure that they do not pack any dangerous goods in their check-in luggage, such as lithium batteries, e-cigarettes and power banks.
Source:- Malaysia Airlines
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