Malaysia Airlines Business Class Lounges
Malaysia Airlines has been steadily closing lounges around the world, leaving just the core lounges at Kuala Lumpur, and the flagship lounges at London Heathrow.
Malaysia maintains a big lounge at KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) in the International Terminal and the Domestic Terminal. Additionally there are lounges at Johor Bahru, Kuching, Kota, Kinabalu, Penang, and Langkawi.
Internationally, Malaysia has a lounge at London Heathrow (LHR, T3) . However the Malaysia Airlines lounges at Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Singapore, Taipei, Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth have all recently closed.
Naturally, you gain access to the lounges if you have a First or Business Class ticket. There is no access in Premium economy, or economy, unless you are an Enrich Platinum or Enrich Gold member. You can not buy your way in: there is no paid membership scheme, nor are 'daypasses' available.
The lounges are of variable quality. Some of them are brand new, and very good - such as the new Heathrow lounge - however others at outstations are decidedly tired.
If you are an Enritch Platinum, look out of the Platinum Suite. It is a private lounge within the lounge: in effect it is an extra small room, but there is bulter service for food and drinks.
Does business class get lounge access Malaysia Airlines?
Yes, it certainly does.
Do you get lounge access with Malaysia Airlines Premium Economy?
No, there is no lounge access.
Can economy class use the lounge on Malaysia Airlines?
No. If you are in plain, normal economy class, you get no access if you have no status. However, if you have Frequent Flyer status on Malaysia Airlines, you get in through the door.
Can you pay to access Malaysia Airlines lounge?
Where are Malaysia Airlines lounge locations?
There are dedicated lounges at Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Kota, Kinabalu, Penang, and Langkawi and London Heathrow.
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