Malaysia Airlines online domestic fair starts Wednesday


Malaysia Airlines Bhd’s group chief marketing and customer experience officer, Lau Yin May said the domestic fair is in line with its “Fly Malaysia” campaign.

KUALA LUPUR: Malaysia Airlines is launching its domestic fair online on Wednesday and this eight-day fair will be until Sept 30 as the local tourism scene continues to show positive signs of revival and road to recovery.

In a statement on Tuesday, the national carrier said the Malaysia Airlines Domestic Fair (MADF) offers savings of 20% for all economy class tickets to all domestic destinations in Malaysia.

Passengers will get this discount for immediate travel until June 30,2021 via the airline’s official website or mobile app.

Purchases via the Malaysia Airlines’ Mobile App entitles passengers to an additional 5% discount on top of the tickets on offer.

Malaysia Airlines Bhd’s group chief marketing and customer experience officer, Lau Yin May said the domestic fair is in line with its “Fly Malaysia” campaign.

“We are committed as the responsible national airline to promote local destinations all year round to speed up the revival of domestic tourism and hence this MADF offer of 20% discount for all seats and flights, ” she said.

All Malaysia Airlines’ passengers get to enjoy the privileges and services of a premier full-service carrier, with cabin baggage of 7kg, complimentary snacks/meals and beverages as well as access to the Malaysia Airlines in-flight entertainment system, and enjoy Enrich Miles that connect them to a world of benefits!

Passengers will also be able to check in at its counters free of charge. Visit http://malaysiaairlines.com

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