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Published: Monday April 25, 2011 MYT 11:31:00 AM
Updated: Monday April 25, 2011 MYT 3:28:58 PM

MASwings offers special airfares to Sabah and Sarawak

KUCHING: MASwings is currently offering a special promotion with all-inclusive fares applicable for travel from here, Kota Kinabalu, Miri, Sibu and Sandakan from as low as RM84.

Dubbed 'Borneo Breakaway', the promotion aims to provide customers with a quick getaway during the Labour Day holiday on May 1.

The offer, from Monday to April 29, is for travel on its outbound routes between April 27 and Jan 31, 2012.

MASwings corporate communications said in a statement that customers wishing to grab the Borneo Breakaway promotion must make purchase two days in advance.

Under the promotion, the all-inclusive fare from Kuching to Sibu is priced at RM90, to Miri and Bintulu from RM114 and to Mulu from RM140.

The rate offer from Miri to Mulu starts from RM86, to Limbang and Bintulu from RM88, to Labuan from RM92 and to Sibu from RM108.

Passengers from Kota Kinabalu will also enjoy fares from RM93 to Sandakan, RM95 to Lahad Datu, RM96 to Tawau, RM99 to Miri, RM103 to Labuan, RM123 to Mulu, RM136 to Bintulu and RM138 to Sibu.

According to the statement, a total of 300,000 seats were up for grabs during this promotion which, mostly, represent a discount of up to 70%.

Customers can check on promotion fares and flight schedules online at www.maswings.com.my.

The fares are also available at all Malaysia Airlines ticketing offices and through its call centre at 1300 88 3000.


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