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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines’ travel and lifestyle programme, Enrich will hold a one-day only “11.11 Great Malaysia Sale” for its members, when they book flights and hotels for domestic travel between Thursday until April 21, 2022.
In a statement on Wednesday, it said the 24-hour flight redemption sale allows customers to enjoy from as low as 1,800 Enrich points for economy class and 7,000 Enrich points for business class.
This offer is valid for all domestic flights operated by Malaysia Airlines.
Malaysia Airlines also said Enrich members may also earn double Enrich Points from Enrich hotels for bookings made via enrichhotels.com.
Coupled with the flight redemption sale, this provides members with unbeatable deals for their flight and hotel stay.
Group chief marketing and customer experience officer of Malaysia Airlines, Lau Yin May said, “This campaign is timely as Malaysians are all geared-up for a much-awaited break this year end or early next year.
“This campaign is part of our effort to reward our members for their loyalty by offering attractive flight redemption and hotel deals,” she said.
To redeem for flights, Enrich members must make sure they’re logged into their Enrich account and select “Points” before they search for flights.
All the airline's customers can enjoy their holidays worry-free with the airline's enhanced safety and health protocols across multiple touchpoints at airports and on board while enjoying the comfort of Malaysian Hospitality services.
“Among the measures in place include mandatory usage of face masks, frequent aircraft disinfection, and early replacement of aircraft HEPA filters to ensure an effective air circulation system capable of filtering out 99.97% of micro-organisms onboard,” she said.