Convenience for the traveller.
This facility lets you check in, choose your preferred seat, and print your baggage tag and boarding pass on the spot at the airport in just a few simple steps. After checking in, you can proceed to the bag drop off counter if you have baggage to check in or make your way straight to the boarding gate if you’re carrying none.
The check-in kiosks are available at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Kota Bharu, Johor Bahru and Langkawi. Self check-in is mandatory for all passengers with the exception for flights to Kathmandu and Dhaka.
The self check-in service is open to all passengers except:
Effective 18 August 2016, Malaysia Airlines will be introducing Self Print Baggage Tag for all domestic and international flights on Economy Class out of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to help reduce check-in time.
With the service in place, you will need to print your baggage tag at the self-service check-in kiosks and tag your baggage before proceeding to the baggage drop counter. There will be instructions on the tag and standees at the airport to help you with the tagging process.
If you’ve already checked-in via web and mobile, you are also required to go to the check-in kiosk to print your baggage tag before proceeding to the baggage drop counter.
Please ensure that your bags are within the baggage allowance to prevent any delays at the baggage drop counter.
If your baggage exceeds the given allowance, you will need to go to the bag drop counter to process the excess baggage. You will then be directed to the excess baggage counter to make payment before your baggage is accepted.
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How to self check-in and print your baggage tag and boarding pass
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