Get huge fare discounts at airline travel fair

  • Nation
  • Monday, 22 Feb 2010

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair 2010 (MATF’10) until March 7 is dangling attractive offers to customers including a 75% discount to 49 destinations worldwide.

The travel period starts from March 24 until Jan 14 next year.

Tickets can be bought via the airlines’ ticketing offices, travel agents or, said Malaysia Airlines (MAS) senior general manager (sales) Datuk Bernard Francis.

MAS will also be extending these offers to its customers in Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, where the fair will run concurrently, he added in a statement.

Customers can purchase one-way air tickets to any destination in Asia; starting from as low as RM133 to Medan, RM213 (Phuket) and RM359 (Hong Kong).

Those planning on flying down south can fly at only RM639 to Perth one-way, and RM1,069 to Mel- bourne (one-way).

Customers heading to Europe can opt to fly one-way to London, Paris or Rome for only RM1,549.

They can also opt for package deals of four days, three nights travel from MASholidays – inclusive of return airfare, airport transfers, accommodation and breakfast.

A trip to Bangkok will cost RM264; Beijing (RM487), Sydney (RM754) and the Gold Coast (RM816).

Additionally, customers intending to go on their umrah and ziarah journeys can opt for MASholidays’ travel package from RM4,999 for 14 days/ 12 nights to Jeddah, with three nights in Madinah and nine nights in Mecca.

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