This is the first purpose-built lounge for the low-cost, hybrid airline.
Deputy Transport Minster Congratulates Malindo Air on its KLIA2 Lounge
Speaking at the opening of the lounge, Malaysian Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi congratulated Malindo Air and said that it belongs right there with many other promising improvements in Malaysian tourism and aviation industries.
After cutting the ribbon at the Executive Lounge of KLIA2, Minister Kaprawi said:
This shows KLIA2 is a successful terminal and that airlines are adding new innovations.
He also commended Malindo Air for its continuous improvements and innovations it brings, saying:
Last year, this airline carried 2.4 million people and I understand that this is expected to rise to four million this year, which is remarkable.
“Significant Achievement”, Says Malindo Air CEO
Chief executive officer at Malindo Air Chandran Rama Muthy took the time to thank both the Malaysian government and Kuala Lumpur International 2 for all their support and said that he feels the lounge is a “significant milestone”.
The CEO said the following about the lounge:
Malindo Air Business Class and Economy Class passengers now have a dedicated lounge area to rest and refresh themselves before their next flight.
He also mentioned that the carrier is looking to begin flights to and from destinations in Japan, Southern China, Australia, the Philippines and Jeddah in western Saudi Arabia in the near future.
As for Malindo Air’s lounge at KLIA2, guests will be able to use free Wi-Fi and personal computers, relax in comfortable chairs while sipping refreshing cocktails, as well as take a shower in one of the booths.