The seat also includes a massage function, a 16″ touch video screen, as well as USB and AC power sources.
A thoughtfully placed pockets lets you keep your phone close to you, and plenty of compartments are available for devices and reading material.
As shown in the seat map, this seat does not share a seat mate and has bench space on either side of the seat.
Furthermore, the footwell is more spacious than other single seats, allowing more room to move when the seat is converted to a flat bed.
MHupgrade is gives you a way to experience the full Malaysia Airlines Business Class experience without having to take out a second mortgage.
Upgrades aren't guaranteed, but we've been pretty fortunate to receive upgrades for minimum bids on our outbound and return flights.In January 2017, Economy Traveller embarked on a Malaysia Airlines journey from Kuala Lumpur to Shanghai, returning to Kuala Lumpur from Beijing.About a day after completing our booking on the Malaysia Airlines website, we received an email from the airline, inviting us to bid for an upgrade to business class using MHupgrade: We decided to opt for the minimum bid, which was USD 100 in each direction.The Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330 offers 27 Business Class seats in a mixture of 1-2-1 and 1-2-2 rows.The seat of choice in the A330 business class cabin is 1K.We used a handy tool called Expert Flyer to help identify available seats so that we didn’t have to play a game of Battleship with the agent.Seat selection is free of charge for Business Class passengers.Lounge access is a perk of travelling Business Class on Malaysia Airlines.For our departure from KLIA, we enjoyed a at the satellite building Golden Lounge.Malaysia Airlines has a seen a marked improvement in its meals of late, and while its western selections are good, try the Malaysia Favourites for a real treat.A decent wine list was on offer including Philipponat Royale Reserve Brut NV Champagne, along with reds and whites from both South Australia and France.