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Media Coverage

Media Coverage

Firefly Now Flies to Batam

4 May 2009

PETALING JAYA: Low-cost carrier Firefly now flies to Batam, its fourth Indonesian destination to date.

The airline made its first flight to its new destination last Saturday, making it the only international airline to serve Batam with a direct flight from Kuala Lumpur.

Firefly Flies Into Singapore Starting July 1

2 May 2009

SUBANG: FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), is expected to commence its Singapore flights on July 1.

New Golf Format Offers Better Chance to Win Trip to Koh Samui

28 April 2009

THE ninth edition of the Maxis Team Golf Tour, teeing off at the Impian Golf and Country Club on Thursday, will be an individual event.

Firefly May Start Flying to Singapore in June

22 April 2009

SUBANG: FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), is expected to commence its inaugural flight to Singapore in June following the approval from the Transport Ministry.

Firefly Offers Batam Deal for Avid Golfers

22 April 2009

PETALING JAYA: Budget airline Firefly is targeting golf lovers with a package that will take them to Indonesian holiday island Batam for a round — or two — of golf.

Four Hotels Hit a Snag

20 April 2009

PENANG needs at least 200 to 300 new hotel rooms a year even if its economic growth stays below 5% per annum as a result of the global recession, says the Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH), Penang chapter, chairman Marco Battistotti.

Terengganu to Focus on Tourism Development

15 April 2009

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Terengganu government will make the tourism sector the backbone of economic development, said Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said.

Terengganu Plans Direct Flights to Woo More Singaporeans

15 April 2009

KUALA TERENGGANU: The state government is confident about starting direct flights between here and Singapore.

State Tourism, Culture, Art and Heritage Committee chairman Datuk Zaabar Mohd Adib said talks between the Transport Ministry and its Singapore counterpart had been positive.

Firefly expects JB-Penang route to be over 70% full

14 April 2009

JOHOR BARU: Budget carrier Firefly Sdn Bhd expects a minimum load factor of 70% for its Johor Baru-Penang route which will start early next month.

Firefly to Begin Senai to Penang Flights Soon

14 April 2009

JOHOR BARU: Firefly will begin flights from Senai airport to Penang starting May 1.

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