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About MASWings

Founded in 2007, MASwings is a Malaysian airline flies to many regional destinations within East Malaysia and Indonesia with cost-effective and safe service.  MASWings airport hub is at Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI), from where it operates the vast majority of its services.

MASwings is a subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, created to focus on routes in close proximity to East Malaysia. MASwings flew its inaugural flights on 1 octubre 2007 and has since expanded its route network to fly to over 20 different destinations.

 


MASWings Fleet

MASwings fleet consists of a mix of ATR 72-500s and De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otters.

 


MASwings Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

The Maswings baggage allowance policy allows passengers to carry one carry-on bag in Economy Class and two carry-on bags in Business Class. Each individual piece of baggage must not weigh more than 7kg and can't exceed the dimensions of 56 x 36 x 23 cm. If your carry-on baggage exceeds the size or weight limit, MASwings have the right to charge a fee and check your bag as checked baggage.

Checked Baggage

Your MASwings checked baggage allowance will depend on which aircraft you're flying on, so please check before you pack your bag. For passengers flying on the ATR 72-500 aircraft, the weight limit is 20kg in Economy Class and 30kg in Business Class.  For passengers flying on the De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 aircraft, the weight limit is 10kg. MASwings do not offer Business Class for this aircraft.

You may check as many pieces of baggage as you wish, as long as it doesn't exceed the total weight limit stated.

 


MASwings Check-In Information

Web Check-in

MASwings online check-in opens 48 hours before scheduled flight departure time and closes 90 minutes before on both domestic and international MASwings flights. 

 

Airport Check-In

MASwings passengers can check-in to their MASwings flight at the airport by either visiting the MASwings check-in counter or using the self-service kiosks. MASwings check-in counters open 24 hours before scheduled flight departure time and close 45 minutes before for both international and domestic flights. Self-service kiosks for MASwings flights open 48 hours before scheduled flight departure time and close 40 minutes before on domestic flights and 60 minutes before on international flights.

 


Economy Class

Economy Class is the only cabin class available on Maswings flights.

Economy Class Facilities

Once airborne, the airline offers each passenger a free newspaper, light snacks and a drink service, even on shorter flights.

Economy Class Seats

Seats are set out in a 1 x 2 or 2 x 2 formation. Each seat is designed to give passengers a comfortable journey with a generous amount of width and pitch.

 


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MASwings Hub Airport

Kota Kinabalu International Airport

Kota Kinabalu International airport is an international airport in Sabah, Malaysia and is the airport hub of MASwings. The airport was originally used for the military in the Second World War but now is now used by a number of airlines offering scheduled passenger services. The airport is split into two separate terminals. Terminal 1, is the primary terminal in the airport and deals with the majority of passenger services at the airport. Terminal 2 is the older and smaller terminal, it used to deal with charter and low-cost carrier but now operates as a cargo terminal. Other airlines that operate out of the airport include AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines and Malindo Air

 

Birds eye view of Kota Kinabalu Airport

Photo credit: Zhu yihan


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