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Travel Advisory:
1. Passengers travelling during MCO period must obtain relevant approvals from authorities such as the police before purchasing or boarding the flight
2. All Firefly passengers SHALL BE REQUIRED to wear face mask in airports and on board flights effective from 23rd April 2020.
3. Effective immediately, all airlines under the Malaysia Aviation Group – Malaysia Airlines, MASwings and Firefly, will comply to the latest regulation as gazetted by the Federal Government of Malaysia on total number of passengers allowed to be carried onboard. As such, Firefly Airlines will endeavour to contact passengers prior to their flights for further arrangements.

Media Coverage

Media Coverage

Firefly now flies to Kerteh

10 January 2009

PETALING JAYA: Budget airline Firefly will now fly to Kerteh in Terengganu twice daily from Subang.

Revive old routes, urged Nga

23 December 2008

THE Perak Government had never asked for the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport in Perak to be turned into an international airport, said state Education, Local Government, Housing and Public Transport Committee chairman Nga Kor Ming.

New ATRs for Firefly

22 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: MAS subsidiary Firefly has replaced its Fokker 50s fleet with the French-made ATR 72-500.

Firefly bids farewell to its Fokkers

21 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: MAS subsidiary Firefly has replaced its Fokker 50s fleet with the French-made ATR 72-500.

It received its fifth ATR at a ceremony at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang on Sunday, with another five aircraft arriving next year.

Oil prices down but the traveller is still footing the bill

19 December 2008

THE price of crude oil is edging towards US$37 a barrel. That is the level when airlines globally began adding fuel surcharges to fares way back in 2004.

Firefly offers unsold tickets at zero fare

17 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: Travellers will now be able to enjoy zero air fare for Firefly’s surplus tickets under the airline’s Totally Un-fare promotion.

Firefly will continue flying to present destinations

17 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: Firefly will continue to service the Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand markets despite the current global market slowdown, says FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd managing director Eddy Leong.

Zero airfare promotion from Firefly

16 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: Travellers will be able to enjoy zero airfare for unutilised tickets put on sale by Firefly under its ‘Totally Un-fare’ promotion.

Flight to merger

13 December 2008

The pressure for consolidation is sweeping through global carriers. Will that happen to Malaysia Airlines?

Competition up, air fares down

13 December 2008

Open-skies are bringing air fares down rapidly in Asean which is good news for consumers but worrisome for airlines as margins are squeezed in the battle for market share.

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