Flight review Malaysia Airlines

The Route: Delhi- Kuala Lumpur

Due to the two unfortunate disasters last year, one might think that superstitious Indian travelers have become vary of flying Malaysia Airlines. I shared this misconception and didn’t book my ticket till the very last minute. The flight was so jam packed I literally had to fight with the Malaysia Airlines staff to somehow get me on the flight I wanted because I was travelling for urgent work. It was my first time on-board a Malaysia Airlines plane and I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised.

The aircraft, with a 2-2-2 configuration in business class, makes for an attractive cabin, with a pleasant deep blue and purple colour scheme. I was near the front of the aircraft on an aisle seat so I had easy access to the restrooms and got preference when the meal service started which was nice. The seats were comfortable with lots of room to move about.

The meal service started promptly after take-off and it was carried efficiently without fuss. The stewardess started by serving a delicious helping of Chicken Satay. There were adequate choices for the main course and desert and the rest of the food was decent. What I appreciated was the wide range of quality in-flight entertainment. With numerous movie options and plenty of TV shows to watch, games, music and more there was enough to keep you busy through the flight. The headphones were comfortable and provided good sound quality.  Somewhere in-between an episode of Modern Family I dozed off and was happy to find that the seat adjusted to a flat bed and the controls were easy.

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I woke up only when descent was announced, and I was please that we landed 30 minutes before estimated arrival time. The landing was extremely smooth and disembarking began soon after we landed. At the immigration there was a separate line for those travelling by business class and I cleared immigration fairly fast.
Overall, it was an excellent experience. The crew was  was friendly and professional,  the service was competent and the seat was comfortable to work and rest.  I am happy I decide to fly the airline and I will be using the airline  more frequently in the future.

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