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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 29 (Bernama)– Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will become a full member of oneworld effective from Feb 1, 2013, adding one of commercial aviation’s most frequent award winners to the world’s leading quality airline alliance.
A joint statement Monday said the national airline received clearance to board oneworld after successfully completing a thorough review of its readiness conducted by Qantas, which is also sponsoring its entry into the alliance, with the oneworld central team.
While MAS‘ alliance implementation programme is on track for completion in the coming weeks, its addition to oneworld is being held until the beginning of 2013 to avoid the end-of-year holiday season and for other administrative reasons, the statement said.
MAS will start offering oneworld’s full range of services and benefits from Feb 1, 2013 — becoming the alliance’s second airline operating the Airbus A380, after Qantas.
The statement said the two million members of MAS‘ Enrich loyalty programme will, in effect, have their frequent flyer privileges extended to whenever they fly with any oneworld member airline.
Also from Feb 1, the 125 million members of the established oneworld airlines’ frequent flyer programmes will be able to earn and redeem awards and tier status points and receive all other oneworld benefits on MAS, it added.
oneworld Chief Executive Officer Bruce Ashby said: “MAS is an ideal candidate for oneworld, with its world-class reputation for customer service mirroring oneworld’s own focus.
“This will greatly enhance oneworld’s offering throughout one of the world’s fastest growing regions for air travel demand,” he added.
“It will strengthen our competitive position considerably, enabling our customers to enjoy a truly global network together with our partners while enabling us also to tap into all the financial benefits that come from being part of a global alliance, through additional passenger feed and cost reduction opportunities.”
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