Travel Advisory:
  1. All Firefly passengers are required to wear face mask in airports/on board flights.

  2. For passengers flying within Malaysia, no other document required other than IC for Malaysian and passport for foreigners.

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Media Coverage

Media Coverage

Firefly to fly Ipoh-S’pore route from July 12

8 June 2009

IPOH: Firefly, which billed itself as "your community airline", will take off from Ipoh to Singapore route starting July 12.

Firefly eyes 1.2 million

6 June 2009

SUBANG: FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), expects to carry 1.2 million passengers this year, thanks to the seven new ATR-72-500 aircraft to service the routes.

Boost for Perak economy and tourism

31 May 2009

IPOH: Perak businessmen and travel agents are expecting a shot in the arm for the local economy following news that budget carrier Firefly will operate shuttle flights between here and Singapore.

Firefly plans hourly shuttle flight from April next year

29 May 2009

SUBANG: FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd plans to provide a shuttle flight service every other hour to destinations such as Penang and Singapore from next Apri l when it will have 10 aircraft in operation, s aid managing director Eddy Leong.

Firefly gains from domestic operations

28 May 2009

SUBANG: Firefly Sdn Bhd's domestic operations are very profitable while its international sector is sustainable just after two years of taking to the skies, says managing director Eddy Leong.

Laidback Padang now just a flight away

23 May 2009

THE view of lush greenery, blue green ocean and volcanic mountains below was breathtaking as the Firefly plane approached the Minangkabau International Airport in Padang, West Sumatra.

Trees hamper Malacca International Airport

20 May 2009

MALACCA: The state will acquire 2.48ha at the edge of the newly-extended Malacca International Airport in Batu Berendam to clear trees seen to hamper the airport's operations.

Terengganu and Sarawak to get flights from Singapore

19 May 2009

HULU TERENGGANU: Singapore's low-cost carrier Tiger Airways is planning to fly direct from the city-state to Kuala Terengganu's Sultan Mahmud Airport.

Firefly to spice up KL-Singapore air travel market

19 May 2009

PETALING JAYA: Firefly's debut on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore airspace is set to spice up the market as it will be the only carrier flying from Subang to Singapore beginning July 1 while the rest of the pack flies the route from KL International Airport and the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT).

They will set up a world-class MRO facility next year

14 May 2009

SUBANG: MAS Aerospace Engineering Sdn Bhd (MAE), a wholly-owned unit of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), has formed a partnership with French firm EADS SECA.

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