Malaysia Airlines has reopened its Platinum Lounge at Kuala Lumpur International airport.

This marks the full restoration of the airline’s lounges at the airport following two years of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The lounge is located at the satellite terminal of the airport and will operate on a 24-hour basis. It offers buffet-style offerings and facilities including washrooms, private shower suites and nap rooms.

Passengers and frequent flyer members travelling in Business Suite and first class on Malaysia Airlines-operated codeshare flights, along with passengers in first class on a Oneworld flight and Oneworld Emerald members can use the lounge. 

Group chief marketing and customer experience officer of Malaysia Airlines, Lau Yin May, said:

“As a full-service carrier, we want to deliver memorable end-to-end experiences for our guests that prioritises convenience, comfort, safety and wellbeing at every step of their journey. We are thrilled to reopen our Platinum Lounge, especially as we continue to ramp up our international frequency and network to meet the growing demands for travel.

“We hope guests, far and wide, will continue to enjoy the Malaysian Hospitality service that comes with flying with Malaysia Airlines; from the moment they seamlessly book their flights with us, upon their arrival at the airport, impeccable experiences at our lounges, and a comfortable journey on board.”