Malaysia Airlines offers its amenities online


Malaysia Airlines’ frequent flyers will be missing the inflight experience during travel restrictions. However, they can have a little of the experience delivered to their homes by buying the airline’s inflight products via the Temptations e-retail store. An upgrade is even possible, as signature items such as pyjama sets, amenity kits and duvets, usually only available to premium passengers, are available for sale.

The Business Suite amenity kit is made in partnership with London-based luxury leather goods brand, Aspinal of London, and contains travel essentials such as Payot’s skin and body range, with lip balm and hand and body lotion, specially designed to pamper customers throughout their journey. The iconic amenity kit is now available on sale for RM99 (US$24).

The Aspinal of London branded Business Suite amenity kit is available for US$24 from the Malaysia Airlines web store

The dual-tone business class duvet, selling at RM110 (US$27), is made from a blend of cotton and polyester featuring the airline’s Wau Bulan motif, making it a perfect snuggle buddy as customers dream of their next travels with Malaysia Airlines. The airline’s premium limited-edition Business Suite pyjamas set is also available for purchase, for RM119 (US$29), complete with a zip-up top, pants, eye mask, as well as socks and slippers, all packed in a reusable tote bag. Items can be posted anywhere in the world.

Malaysia Airlines Berhad’s group chief marketing and customer experience officer, Lau Yin May, said, “Everyone from all walks of life who misses flying with us will now have a chance to recreate their flying experience with our best cabin merchandise at home. Rest assured that these items are all new and ready stocks. We hope that by making these signature items available, our customers can reminisce their happy memories of flying with us as we look forward to welcoming them onboard for their Fly Malaysia experience again soon.”

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