Berjaya Air offers private jet flight services from Kuala Lumpur and is based at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. Offering a mix of private aircraft as well as helicopters, Berjaya Air also offers private charter flight services, aircraft management services, hangarage facilities, maintenance and engineering support services and ground and passenger handling services. The airline was established in 1989 as part of the Berjaya Group.
Berjaya Air offers exclusive private jet flight services from Subang Skypark Terminal. Berjaya Air previously operated services to the following destinations in Malaysia: Subang, Tioman, Redang and Pangkor as well as to Singapore Changi Airport in Singapore. Berjaya Air also flies to Hua Hin and Koh Samui in Thailand.
There is a charge of 20$ per kilo of checked baggage. Please contact Berjaya customer service for information on carry-on luggage.
Due to the small aircraft that it operates with, Economy Class is the airline's only cabin class.
Economy Class passengers can enjoy a light refreshments during the flight, such as water, nuts and other small snacks.
Each passenger is given a wet towel for refreshment.
There is no in-flight entertainment system onboard flights.
The Economy Class cabin is set out in 2 x 2 formation. Each seat has roughly 30 inches of pitch and 17 inches of width.
Berjaya Air doesn't currently provide in-flight entertainment apart from a magazine - it's recommended that you bring your own forms of entertainment onboard.
Meals are not provided on flights with Berjaya, however light snacks and beverages are served including peanuts, baked bread and mineral water.
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Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport is the hub airport for private chartered flight service Berjaya Air and is located in Subang, Selangor, Malaysia. The airport opened in 1965 and served as Malaysia's main airport until Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang was opened in 1998.
Berjaya Air's fleet consists of Bombardier Challenger 300.