Malaysia Airlines offers up to 30% discount at Matta Fair


Not moving: People watching the Malaysia Airlines planes parked on the runway following flight cancellations and delays at KLIA in Sepang.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines Bhd is offering discounts of up to 30 per cent for international and domestic travel in conjunction with the MATTA Fair Penang.

In a statement today, the national carrier said all-inclusive return economy class fares to international destinations from as low as RM1,029 (to Taipei and Bengaluru) were on offer, applicable for flight departures from Penang International Airport.

Other destinations include Seoul (RM1,369), Brisbane (RM1,869) and London (RM2,929) “Customers can also book ahead for a fantastic trip next year as the travel period for these destinations start from Oct 1, 2018, until Aug 31, 2019,” it said.

Customers also can also book their next adventure to popular Southeast Asian destinations from as low as RM749 to Phnom Penh or Surabaya and from RM849 to Bali for travel from Sept 28, 2018, until Aug 31, 2019.

Customers that are unable to attend the MATTA Fair in Penang and Sibu, can also get these fares for selected destinations via Malaysia Airlines’ website www.malaysiaairlines.com and its app from now until Oct 3, 2018. - Bernama
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