SKS Airways is a Malaysian regional, leisure, commuter and charter airline founded in 2017 and beginning services in 2022. The airline is the 1st of 2 new airlines to begin operating in Malaysia in 2022 with the second being the ultra-low-cost MYAirline. SKS Airways aims to link Malaysian cities which are currently unserved or underserved to other cities and island destinations across the country. The airline is headquartered in Johor Bahru with its hub of operations being Senai International Airport. The airline operates a fleet of DHC6-300 Twin Otter aircraft for these regional routes with plans to further grow and offer international services.
As of enero 2021, SKS Airways operates to 7 destinations across Malaysia, these include:
|Kuantan||Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport|
|Senai||Senai International Airport|
|Subang||Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport|
|Tioman||Pulau Tioman Airport|
SKS Airways allows all passengers to bring 1 item of cabin baggage on board the aircraft with them. This must fit the airline's maximum dimensions of 23cm x 33cm x 33cm and not exceed 3kg.
You are also allowed to bring 1 item of checked luggage with you. However, due to the size of the airline's aircraft, these should weigh less than 7kg. If travelling with an infant you are allowed to bring a collapsable buggy weighing up to 7kg plus one checked case being smaller than 115cm and taken as additional hand luggage.
SKS Airways does offer online check-in facilities via its official website. The airline opens check-in 24 hours prior to departure. If travelling with checked luggage simply head to one of the airline's check-in desks at the airport to drop it off if checked in online.
The airline offers airport check-in facilities which open 1 hour 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time. The airline also states that they will shut these facilities 30 minutes before departure.
The airline only offers an economy class product onboard their aircraft, with all passengers receiving the same seat and onboard service. However, the airline offers 2 ticket types available for purchase on all flights 'SKS Lite' and 'SKS Plus'. Passengers on an SKS Lite ticket are entitled to the airline's baggage policy and receive their reserved seat upon checking in for the flight. SKS Plus passengers receive the same benefits as Lite customers as well as Sky Lounge access on departures from Kuala Lumpur Subang Airport.
As the airline operates small regional aircraft personal inflight entertainment and wifi facilities haven't been installed. An inflight magazine may be provided but we recommend that you bring your own entertainment to keep you occupied during the flight.
Currently, SKS Airways doesn't offer complimentary drinks and snacks onboard and a purchasable service is not provided. We recommend bringing snacks with you or purchasing these after security before your flight.
SKS Airways doesn't currently offer a frequent flyer program.
The airline isn't part of any airline alliance, however, it is a member of the Malay/Australian SKS group which also operates in the property and hospitality sectors.
SKS Airways currently operates a fleet of DHC6-300 Twin Otter aircraft.
Senai International Airport is an airport in south Malaysia, close to the Singapore border. The airport has a capacity to handle around 4.5 million passengers annually and will act as the primary hub for SKS Airways. The airport is also served by AirAsia, Firefly, Malaysia Airlines and Malindo Air to a range of destinations across Malaysia including Kuala Lumpur KLIA, Kuala Lumpur Subang, Penang, Ipoh, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu, Sibu and more. The airport is served by 3 national highway routes linking it to the region as well as to Singapore. Bus services also connect the airport to central Senai as well as Singapore.
Although the airline has stated that Senai International Airport will be their hub base, currently the majority of services depart from Kuala Lumpur Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, the former international airport for Kuala Lumpur.