Malaysia Airlines’ special discount on tickets

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 08 Mar 2018

PETALING JAYA: Those planning a vacation can take advantage of the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF) 2018, where discounts as much as 30% are offered on tickets to domestic and international destinations.

In a statement, the airline said that customers will be able to save on tickets to cities such as Kota Baru and Penang, where one-way fares start at RM89.

The airline said that those flying to Alor Setar, Langkawi, or Kota Kinabalu can find one-way fares as low as RM109, RM129, and RM179 respectively during the promotion.

It added that all-inclusive return fares to selected Asean cities can also be purchased at prices as low as RM329 to Phuket, RM369 to Singapore, RM379 to Siem Reap, RM399 to Jakarta and RM459 to Surabaya.

“Other international destinations such as Sydney, Seoul and London are also available at great prices,” Malaysia Airlines added.

The travel fair ends on March 12, while the travelling period is from now until Nov 19 for domestic destinations and from March 12 to Oct 31 for international destinations.

“These fares also include unlimited pieces of check-in baggage within the 30kg weight allowance on Economy Class with complimentary meals and in-flight entertainment,” the airline added.

Those interested can purchase their tickets at Malaysia Airline’s website at or through Malaysia Airlines’ preferred travel agents.

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