Grab enters agreement with SkyPark Terminal and launches six-seater service

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Malaysia’s SkyPark Terminal airport and Grab have announced a four-year collaboration agreement to allow travellers to book their Grab rides even before they leave the Arrivals Hall through a Grab kiosk at the airport.

The agreement was signed at a Press Conference at the Peugeot Lounge at SkyPark Terminal by Yg. Bbhg Tan Sri Datuk Ravindran Menon, Executive Director of SkyPark Terminal, and Jaygan Fu, Grab Malaysia’s Country Head.

Grab also announced the launch of its GrabCar (6-seater) service, to address demand for a larger car option. The GrabCar (6-seater) can be booked on demand or in advance (minimum an hour prior to pick-up time) with a base fair of RM2, with a minimum rate of RM8 (on-demand) or RM15 (advance booking).

Grab is offering a special promotion of RM10 off 2 GrabCar (6-seater) rides to / from Subang SkyPark Terminal regardless if passengers book via cash or card. Passengers need to key in the promo code SKYPARK to be entitled for this promotion.

“This collaboration will add value to SkyPark Terminal’s overall offering to our guests and make their commute to and from SkyPark Terminal much more convenient. Over the years we have seen our footfall increase consistently and with our projections for 2017 showing a continuation of this positive growth, partnering with Grab will allow us to meet this growing demand,” said Tan Sri Datuk Ravindran Menon, Executive Director of Subang SkyPark Sdn Bhd.

“As a local homegrown company, we are always on the lookout for creative and localised partnerships that will help add value to our customers and partners. With that, we are thrilled to partner with SkyPark Terminal in what will be a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship. We hope to play an active role and support the growing demands of Malaysia tourism industry and provide social and business travellers with safe, convenient, reliable and cost effective rides,” said Jaygan Fu, Grab Malaysia’s Country Head.

Tan Sri Ravindran Menon added, “Our goal is to continue to offer our guests with top notch services that make for a hassle-free journey to and from SkyPark Terminal. Thanks to Grab we will be able to meet the growing market demand set by Malaysia’s burgeoning foreign and domestic tourism industry.

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