Malaysia Airlines launches platform to book air, rail tickets in one transaction

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines launched its latest product MHRail, a platform for customers to book air and rail tickets in a single transaction.

The Malaysian flag carrier created MHRail in partnership with AccesRail, a provider of air-rail intermodal solutions, enabling passengers to book onward train connectivity. The first cities where air-rail bookings can be done will be Seoul and London.

Malaysia Airlines customers can now book Korail KTX train tickets for routes to and from Incheon International Airport (ICN) in South Korea. 

In the UK, customers can book train tickets between London-Heathrow Airport (LHR) and destinations along the East Coast via the London North Eastern Railway and the West Coast with Avanti West Coast. 

The airline said that this expansion complements the existing rail route offered through this partnership on the Great Western Railway. 

“We are delighted to offer our customers more options on flight to rail connections, ensuring a hassle-free travel experience for all. With the introduction of our new MHrail product, we provide passengers with a seamless avenue to purchase both flight and train tickets, making it convenient for our guests to explore neighboring cities and enjoy onward connections upon arrival in London or Seoul through a single itinerary and ticket,” Dersenish Aresandiran, Chief Commercial Officer of Airlines from Malaysia Aviation Group said in a press statement.

Tickets are available for purchase on Malaysia Airlines’ official website and all Global Distribution Systems (GDS) travel agencies.

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