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Firefly Unveils Its First Boeing 737-800

6 January 2011

Firefly, Your Community Airline, pulled the wraps off its brand new fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft at Skypark Terminal, Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport today. The Boeing 737-800 with Firefly’s strikingly radiant livery was unveiled for the first time since the announcement of their Jet operations from KLIA last November. Minister of Transport, YB. Dato' Seri Kong Cho Ha graced the unveiling and officially led the tour of Firefly’s first Boeing 737-800 bearing registration number FY 501 accompanied by Dato’ Eddy Leong, Managing Director of Firefly.

Firefly Opens Latest Sales Counter in KLIA Offering Lowest Fares

4 January 2011

Firefly, Your Community Airline, unveiled its latest airport ticketing counter at the Main Terminal Building of KL International Airport to better serve and offer greater convenience to passengers.

Firefly Strengthens Its Current Network with the Increase of Turboprop Fleet

22 December 2010

Firefly, Your Community Airline, received its eighth ATR 72-500 aircraft last week at Skypark Airport, Terminal 3. The ninth one will be subsequently delivered as planned on 27 Dec and another in January 2011. Entry into service will be one month from delivery date upon thorough pre-service check. This brings Firefly’s total turboprop fleet size to ten.

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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.

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