Malaysia Airlines revs up First Class with Porsche Panamera transfers

By Rahul Raja, December 9 2010

Passengers travelling on Malaysia Airlines’ First Class product and holders of Malaysia Airline’s Enrich Platinum card will now be whisked to their flight in a stylish Porsche Panamera at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. 

Currently, passengers are being bussed between Kuala Lumpur’s Main Terminal Building and the Satellite Building (where most international flights depart from) as the Aerotrain service is undergoing maintenance until March 2011.  

The Porsche transfers will be operating from now until the 15th of March, 2011, the date the Aerotrain between the two buildings is expected to resume operations. 

First Class passengers and Enrich Platinum card holders will be given their Priority Transfer Invitation Cards when they check-in at Row D. If you’re coming in on a transfer you’ll get your invitation in-flight. 

Once you’ve got your Priority Transfer Invitation, just head to gate G1 at the Main Terminal Building or gate C1 at the Satellite Building, get in your waiting Porsche and enjoy the looks of envy of everyone else that has to catch the bus. 

If you’re worried about how you’ll fit all your luggage into a sports car, don’t fret - the Porsche Panamera is the German manufacturer’s first four-door sedan and should be able to accommodate the needs of most First Class passengers. 

The new service is a welcome enhancement to Malaysia Airlines’ First Class product, which has remained the same since 2005 following a major upgrade.

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