More airline deals and promotions to satisfy your wanderlust

Ba Na Hills in Danang, Vietnam. — Pixabay

Planning your next holiday? Check out Malaysia Airlines' latest campaign – Time For Amazing Discoveries – which features attractive fares and offerings, as well as bigger flight options, too.

The campaign is available from now until May 22 across 21 markets around the globe, while the travelling period is between now and March 31, 2025.

With the promotion, travellers can uncover so many wonders of the Asian region and beyond. For example, fly to Danang, Vietnam from RM299 (one-way) to check out the Marble Mountains and Ba Na Hills. Or head to the Maldives (from RM899 one-way) for a relaxing island getaway.

Those who wish to travel in luxury can also check out the airline's Business Class offering, which comes with a generous baggage allowance of 40kg per passenger, two cabin bag allowances of 7kg each, free seat selection, priority check-in and boarding, priority baggage handling and access to Malaysia Airlines' lounges at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 1.

Additionally, travellers who book their flights for travel from now until June 30, get an additional 5% off on their fare but only if you get your tickets via the airlines' official website or mobile app.

The Time For Amazing Discoveries campaign is also available on the company's sister airline, Firefly. So if you're thinking of going on a Cuti-Cuti Malaysia break, then you may want to check out the Firefly website for special fares and other promotions.

Firefly hubs across the nation are located in Penang, Kota Kinabalu (Sabah), Kuching (Sarawak) and Subang (Selangor), which means that you can fly to and from the airports located in these hubs. Firelfly also services these international hubs: Phuket and Bangkok in Thailand; Medan and Banda Aceh in Indonesia; and Singapore.

“We are dedicated to facilitating our role in providing seamless connectivity to our customers as the gateway to Asia and beyond,” said Malaysia Aviation Group’s chief commercial officer Dersenish Aresandiran in a statement.

For more information, visit the official Malaysia Airlines and Firefly websites or download the mobile app.

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