Malaysia Airlines uses BMW i7 for personalised transport services at KLIA

Beginning from February 1 2024, Enrich Platinum, Business Suite, and Business Class passengers flying with Malaysia Airlines won’t have to use a bus (because the aerotrain service is still suspended) to get between the main terminal building and the satellite building where the departure halls are situated.

Malaysia Airlines - BMW i7 EV transport [2024]

Instead, they will be chauffeured in BMW limousines with a new exclusive private terminal transfer service. And they aren’t just the usual BMWs but the latest i7 model which has zero emissions because it runs on electric power only. Passengers will not be sharing cars as they will be allocated separately for single travellers, couples, and families (up to four passengers per car).

The 24-hour complimentary service offered by MAS is in collaboration with BMW Group Malaysia and Ingress Auto Sdn. Bhd, an authorised dealership fhr the German brand.

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Malaysia Airlines - BMW i7 EV transport [2024]

“As the leading provider of premium electric vehicles in the country, this collaboration with Malaysia Airlines perfectly complements our dedication to creating more awareness on electric vehicles as well as the need for responsible mobility, offering lower CO2 emissions to support various industries in the country including the aviation industry,” said Sashi Ambihaipahan, Head of Corporate Communications and Sustainability for BMW Group Malaysia.

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