SEE OUR PAYMENT OPTIONS
Malaysia Airlines accepts various payment methods for online flight tickets.
Malaysia Airlines accepts various payment methods for online flight tickets:
These options will be displayed on the secure payment page when you checkout.
What is PayPal
Think of Paypal as a digital wallet, where you can more securely store your financial and personal information. With PayPal, you have the freedom and flexibility to pay the way you want, even on your mobile, all while keeping your financial information secure.
Hassle-free and secure payment
Register for a free Paypal account and select your flight login with PayPal account. Pay in two clicks. You can choose the method of payment – simply set up your payment method by adding your bank account, debit or credit card details. Plus you can still accumulate credit card points.
Payment via PayPal on MHmobile is currently valid only for the following currencies: MYR, NZD, EUR, AUD, HKD, SGD, JPY, GBP and USD
If you are a registered user of Maybank2u.com and CIMB Clicks electronic banking service, you can enjoy the convenience of online booking just like any credit card holder.
This direct debit facility is secure and simple to use. Once you've made your flight reservation online, all you need to do is select your preferred payment method. Please note this facility is available only for transactions in MYR currency.
Malaysia Airlines takes great effort in ensuring the security of your online transactions. Learn more about these security measures below.
1. MasterCard SecureCode and Verified by Visa
If you’re paying with a credit or debit card, MasterCard SecureCode and Verified by Visa add another layer of security to your online transactions, helping to protect against unauthorised use of your card.
During checkout, you will be greeted with a personal message that you have previously set – this helps ensure that you are not dealing with a fraudulent website. Next, you will be asked for your own secret password to confirm your identity.
If you have not yet registered for MasterCard SecureCode or Verified by Visa, you may be asked to do so during the checkout process. You will then be redirected to your bank's website to complete the registration.
Our website is a trusted VeriSign secure site, which is an independent, industry-recognised system that allows you to validate the ownership and security of any website.
By using the VeriSign SSL digital certificate, all sensitive data you send through, e.g. your name, address, and credit card number, are encrypted and converted into code before being securely transmitted over the Internet.
In simple terms, your personal information is constantly protected from interception and misuse by unwanted parties whenever you perform a transaction on our website.
VeriSign SSL Certificate
3. 3-D Secure
Provided free by your bank, 3-D Secure provides additional protection and security whenever you use your credit card for Internet purchases.
The service involves a simple verification process using a personal message and password during checkout. The personal message ensures that you are dealing directly with your bank and not a ‘phishing' site, while your password will help confirm your identity.
If you have not enrolled for 3-D Secure, you will be required to log on to your respective bank's website to register before you can complete your online booking.
Now you have the option to pay for your Malaysia Airlines tickets securely online through iDEAL payment method.
What is iDEAL?
iDEAL is a fast and secure online payment method commonly used in the Netherlands which allows you to make a real-time bank transfer from the participating Dutch banks.
Steps to pay with iDeal
Alipay is an e-wallet platform launched in China in 2004 by the Alibaba Group. Similar to PayPal, customer can pay securely using an Alipay account connected to their bank account without exposing any bank details to the merchant. This payment option will be offered for online bookings for flights departing from China and in CNY currency only. The Form of Payment (FOP) will be marked as Cash (CA).
Steps to pay:
For payments using credit cards, please be advised that the credit card issuing bank may impose additional charges on cross border transactions, on top of the total online transaction fee.
Cross border transactions are defined as transactions whereby the country of the cardholder’s issuing bank differs from the merchant country or acquiring bank country.
The additional charges are not imposed nor collected by Malaysia Airlines. This policy is implemented by certain banks and shall be reflected in your upcoming credit card statement from your issuing bank. For more information and clarification on such charges, please contact your card issuing bank.