Sabah and S’wak flights going cheap


  • Nation
  • Monday, 18 Feb 2008

MYT 3:48:56 PM

KUCHING: MASwings, a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, is offering 20,000 discounted seats to Sabah and Sarawak during the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF) to be held from this Friday till Sunday.

Managing director Dr Amin Khan said customers can enjoy discounts of up to 40% on the airline’s Fokker 50 services.

Special deals will also be available on MASwings’ Borneo Pass 5 and Borneo Pass 7, which allow travellers to fly to any five or seven sectors of their choice.

“Currently, travellers already enjoy up to 30% discount of the normal published fares when purchasing the Borneo Pass 5 and up to 35% discount for a Borneo Pass 7.

“We are giving further discounts of up to 20% for the two Borneo passes during the fair to increase air travel in Sabah and Sarawak,” he said in a statement Monday.

In addition, MASwings will offer exclusive online deals through its website www.maswings.com.my during the three-day fair, including a 40% discount on flights to Lahad Datu and 50% discount to Mulu.

MATF will be held at the Permata Exhibition Centre in Kuching, Wisma Sanyan in Sibu, Mega Hotel in Miri and Sutera Harbour Resort in Kota Kinabalu simultaneously.

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