Grab announces partnership with SkyPark Terminal

  • Travellers will now able to book their Grab rides through a Grab kiosk located in the airport
  • Also launched GrabCar (6-seater)


Grab announces partnership with SkyPark Terminal

(From L – R): Francis Anthony, Senior Vice President of Operations, SkyPark Terminal; Tan Sri Datuk Ravindran Menon, Executive Director, Subang SkyPark Sdn Bhd; Nicholas Tan, Founder, Marketplace Used Vehicles (MUV); Jaygan Fu, Country Head of Grab Malaysia; and Aaron Chin, Head of Partnership, Grab Malaysia pose with a souvenir.


SOUTH-EAST Asia's leading ride hailing service provider Grab has announced a partnership with  SkyPark Terminal, Malaysia's busiest domestic airport.

The four-year partnership will allow travellers to book their Grab rides even before they leave the arrival hall through a Grab kiosk located in the airport.  

“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 Ravindran Menon, executive director of Subang SkyPark Sdn Bhd.

The agreement was signed at the Peugeot Lounge at SkyPark Terminal by Ravindran  and Jaygan Fu, Grab Malaysia’s Country Head.

The agreement between Grab and SkyPark Terminal results from a mutual aim to provide both business and leisure travellers with rides that are safe, reliable, convenient and cost-effective.

With this partnership, SkyPark Terminal will be the cheaper and more convenient option to fly to popular destinations such as Penang, Langkawi, Johor Bahru, Kota Bahru, Kuala Terengganu, Kerteh, Alor Setar, and Singapore, said SkyPark in a statement.

“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 Fu.

Ravindran 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."

Launch of GrabCar (6-seater)

As part of the fanfare, Grab also took the opportunity to kick off their latest service – GrabCar (6-seater).

“We have had several enquiries especially from travellers for a larger car, therefore, in response and to cater to their convenience, we are excited to launch our GrabCar (6-seater) to address their travelling needs,” added Fu.

Fu went on to add that to mark the partnership with Subang SkyPark Terminal, exclusively from December 21, 2016 till January 31, 2017, 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 only need to key in the promo code SKYPARK to be entitled for this promotion. Those interested to try out the promo, can visit:

The GrabCar (6-seater) can be booked on demand or in advance (minimum an hour prior to pick-up time) to ease travellers minds with a base fair of RM2, with a minimum rate of RM8 (on-demand) or RM15 (advance booking).  


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