Passengers holding Rayani Air tickets will be able to rebook their cancelled flights via Malaysia Airlines. The national carrier is offering to transfer stranded passengers at discounted fares following Rayani Air’s suspension.

These fares are available from today until 30th April 2016, for immediate travel until 31st July 2016, said Malaysia Airlines in a statement in Kuala Lumpur.


Chief commercial officer Paul Simmons said as the national carrier and as caring Malaysians, it was its duty to extend any assistance to ease the burden of impacted Rayani Air passengers.


“In this case, we are offering affected passengers special fares to connectthem to their intended destinations. We hope this offer will help alleviate the passengers’ travel woes,” he said.

To take advantage of this special fare, affected passengers will need to present their email on proof of travel booking on Rayani Air.

Malaysia Airlines
Source: The Star Online

Passengers may call 1 300 88 3000 or visit any Malaysia Airlines ticket counters nationwide.

Source: Bernama / Featured image from The Star Online.

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