Saturday, January 24, 2015



Good Fortune Abound with Firefly’s RM88 all-in one-way Promo  

Responding to the huge demand surge for travel during the Chinese New Year holiday, Firefly Airlines is offering a limited-time RM88 all-in one-way fare for all its domestic destinations with travel period starting from today right up to 24 October 2015. The promotion starts from 26 January 2015 and ends 8 February 2015. 

Tickets for Firefly’s international destinations such as Medan, Batam, Pekanbaru, Singapore, Koh Samui and Krabi are being offered with fares starting from RM88 to RM288 all-in one- way fare. 

“This year has started very eventfully for us with and we eagerly await the delivery of four new aircrafts into our fleet that would allow us to strengthen the breadth and depths of our network, add frequency to existing routes and introduce new destinations. 

"The Year of the Goat RM88 promotion is one of the many ways we delight and reward our customers for their patronage and we hope the affordable fares will enable many more to come aboard and experience flying the Firefly way,” says Ignatius Ong, Chief Executive Officer.  

The airline, the first in the country to announce the removal of fuel surcharge for all its fare classes, also offers complimentary 20kg baggage allowance, light refreshments, and automated and self-check-in facility online. 

In addition to offering these services, Firefly operates a fleet of ATR 72-500 and ATR 72-600 aircrafts which are unrivalled in terms of passenger comfort and environmental friendliness and as a result will further improve guest experience.  

“I also would like to invite our guests to browse through the many exciting holiday and tour packages to 65 great destinations that we offer through our travel portal 

"With discounts up to 70%, all our tour packages offer incredible value which include return flights, hotel, airport transfers, sightseeing, daily breakfast and meals on board - making Firefly Holiday the convenient choice for the discerning travellers who want a hassle-free option to planning their holidays,” adds Ong.   

Firefly anticipates a much higher passenger traffic going through all the airports it flies from and urges its passengers travelling during this time to use the Automated Online Check-in Service, Web Check-In and the Check-In Kiosks that are available for Singapore and all Firefly domestic routes to skip the queue at the physical check-in counters and breeze through the airports.  
Tickets are available for sale through Firefly website, Firefly ticketing offices and all travel agents.  
For more information on products and services, visit or call +603-7845 4543; or follow us on Facebook (, Twitter (, and Instagram (@FireflyAirlines). 

 Background on Firefly 
Firefly, a premium short-haul airline, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines. It began its operations in April 2007. Currently, it operates a fleet of 12 ATR 72-500 and 4 ATR 72-600 turboprop out of Penang and Subang, connecting secondary destinations within the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle as well as providing air linkages between Malaysia and Singapore. 

Firefly provides incredible value as well as convenient flight timings and excellent service to its passengers. Passengers are allowed 20kg check-in baggage allowance, automated and self check-in facility, complimentary in-flight refreshment, assigned seating and convenient city airports. 

Firefly had also received numerous awards and recognition. The most recent was on April 24, 2012 when Firefly was accorded Putra Most Promising Brand of the Year by Putra Brand Awards. Five months prior to this, on November 15, 2011, Firefly was conferred “Superbrand” status. Other awards received include the 2010 Frost & Sullivan Value Airline of the Year award and the Green Initiative of the Year 2010 award by Leaders in Aviation in conjunction with the Doha Aviation Summit. 

Firefly is also recognised as the Best Brand in Aviation for the Brand Laureate.  
Firefly connects with the world through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 

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