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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MONEY BACK GUARANTEE packages only at Firefly MATTA 2011!

3 March 2011

Firefly, Your Community Airline, returns to MATTA fair bigger than ever to tempt avid travellers with its incredible MONEY BACK GUARANTEE holiday packages.

Firefly launches two new hubs and expands network

22 February 2011

FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, announced today the second phase of its jets expansion programme with the launch of its Southern hub in Senai, Johor and Eastern hub in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Firefly has landed in KK and is ready to offer you incredible value with lowest fares

24 January 2011

Firefly, Your Community Airline, celebrated its new Kuala Lumpur-Kota Kinabalu route today at the Main Terminal Building, KL International Airport with an air of festivity as Firefly staff handed out mystery gifts to anyone in the departure hall who had the color orange on the outfits they were wearing.

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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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