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Media Coverage

Media Coverage

Prizes and fun await walkers

13 December 2008

PENANG Starwalk 2008 participants have every reason to complete the 10km event tomorrow within two hours.

Airline all set for the future

6 December 2008

FIREFLY is looking ahead to become the official airline for the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT).

Medan now a whole lot closer, thanks to Firefly

6 December 2008

IF you are planning a trip to Medan, Indonesia, remember to say Horas, a popular phrase among locals that is widely used to express good wishes.

More air tickets for lucky walkers

6 December 2008

PARTICIPANTS of Penang Starwalk 2008 now stand a chance to fly to more destinations as Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and its subsidiary, Firefly, have contributed a total of 11 tickets for the Dec 14 event.

Perak wants Govt to keep promise and upgrade airport

6 December 2008

IPOH: Perak has urged the Federal Government to fulfil its promise to improve and expand the under-utilised Sultan Azlan Shah Airport here.

Daily KL-S’pore flights soar

2 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: From yesterday, air travellers on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore route can choose 14 daily flights from low-cost carriers and more than 15 from full-service carriers.

Firefly now flies to Medan from Subang

2 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: Travellers can now fly directly to Medan from Subang airport with Firefly’s newly-launched route to the northern Sumatra city.

AirAsia and Firefly trying to ensure passage home for all

1 December 2008

PETALING JAYA: More help is on the way for those stranded in Thailand due to the turmoil there. AirAsia and Firefly are mounting extra flights to enable them to leave.

More flights by Airasia, Firefly to bring home Bangkok passengers

30 November 2008

PETALING JAYA: More help is on the way for those stuck in Bangkok as AirAsia and Firefly Airlines have added extra flights to bring stranded passengers back to Malaysia.

Tourist arrivals up despite gloomy outlook

29 November 2008

PETALING JAYA: Tourist arrivals in the third quarter showed an 8% increase despite the gloomy outlook on the sector.

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