Whether for work, business or personal reasons, you may be required to travel by air or make travel arrangements for others. You can book your airline tickets online, through the respective airlines or through travel agents in Malaysia. Online tickets booking has gained a foothold in Malaysia's airline tickets booking system, spearheaded by AirAsia which brought numerous innovation to airline ticketing system, especially the ticket-less system(and also SMS booking).
If you book your airline tickets online, you can choose to pay by credit card(yes, it's safe) or direct debit through local banks. Credit card or cash can be used for airline tickets booking or reservation from the sales offices. The modes of payments for bookings or reservations may vary among the airlines and travel agents of course.
Malaysia's national carrier. Flies to about 100 destinations across 6 continents daily. Enrol in the Malaysia Airline frequent flyer programme or also known as Malaysia Airlines Enrich to earn free seat upgrades, free tickets, free companion tickets and other privileges. Visit the site for booking or reservation.
Asia's largest no-frills, low cost airline with cheap airfares between Malaysia and cities all over South East Asia. Uses a ticket-less system since 18th April 2002.
One of the first low-cost long-haul airline. Operated by Malaysia's FlyAsianXpress Sdn. Bhd, owned by Aero Ventures, Virgin Group and AirAsia. Operates on the same ticket booking and reservation system with Air Asia.
Malaysia's first community airline launched on 3rd April 2007. It offers low airfares from Penang to Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu, Pulau Langkawi, Phuket and Koh Samui.
Domestic airline based at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, servicing Kuala Lumpur, Pangkor Island, Redang Island, Tioman Island, Koh Samui and Singapore.
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