Malindo Air urges the public to be wary of fake websites that have emerged recently. The fake websites are illegally selling air tickets to the public. The public is urged not to buy tickets from fake websites.
In addition, Malindo Air issued a statement claiming that the fake website https://flymalindoairways.com/ first sold air tickets in the name of Malindo Air. Furthermore, sold them through suspicious payment channels. The airline system did not register the relevant payment channels.
Furthermore, the statement emphasized that if people buy air tickets through fake websites, the airline’s database will not record the transactions.
The notice reminds customers to order tickets through Malindoair’s official website https://www.malindoair.com/ or a registered online travel agency.
In addition, the statement also stated that Malindo Air has submitted a complaint report to the Malaysian Computer Emergency Response Team (MyCERT) and will also report the fake website to the police.
If you have any questions or complaints about suspicious platforms, you can call Malindo Air Call Center 03-78415388 or contact Malindo Air’s social media page for assistance.
Malindo Air is an airline in Malaysia and an international airline in Malaysia second only to Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia and AirAsia X. Its main hub is located at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, its secondary hub is located at Subang Airport, and its head office is located in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Malindo Air mainly operates domestic routes in Malaysia and international routes across Asia, Australia and the Middle East. Passengers can also pay for services that other airlines provide (such as baggage allowance and business seats).
In addition, Malindo Air was established in September 2012 as a joint venture between National Aerospace & Defence Industries Sdn Bhd (National Aerospace & Defence Industries Sdn Bhd) and Lion Air Indonesia with a 51%: 49% shareholding ratio. In 2013 It officially started sailing in March 2015. Furthermore, the latest narrow-body airliner 737MAX produced by Boeing of the United States in 2017. In addition, Malindo Air was leading other airlines in the world to put it into commercial operation.
On March 26, 2014, a Malindo Air flight ATR72 OD1804 was forced to turn back in the morning. This is because due to a fire on the turbine engine while flying at high altitude. The accident did not cause casualties. OD1804 took off from Subang International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at 7:30 that day. After that flew to Terengganu in the country. The passengers on board included members of the Terengganu football team.
Furthermore, a Terengganu player named Faiz Subri (Faiz Subri) posted photos of the plane on fire on the social networking site Facebook. Malindo Air issued a statement confirming the accident. In addition, the aircraft had an accident at an altitude of 7,000 feet (approximately 2,100 meters) and triggered the aircraft fire alarm.
In addition, the crew quickly deployed the emergency mechanism and controlled the situation according to standard operating procedures. The statement stated that “the captain decided to return to Subang and the plane landed safely in Subang later. In addition, all passengers later transferred to another flight to Terengganu.
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