Financial Times

Malaysia Airlines discounts to 35 cities worldwide


Travelers will enjoy discounts up to 55% to 35 cities worldwide in the popular Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF) from April 14 to May 3, the airline said.

The value for money air fares for the South Asia Region (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) are designed to cater to travellers’ aspiration for an international vacation. The MATF offers customers multiple choices from preferred getaways to Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Penang) and ASEAN (Singapore, Bangkok, Phuket, Bali), Asia-Pacific (Australia & New Zealand) and the Orient (Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea), the airline said in a statement.

Malaysia Airlines, Regional Manager, South Asia Region, Azhar Hamid said, “The Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair has always been very popular with travellers as they know that they can get some of the best deals during this time. With discounts up to 55% to 35 cities worldwide, we are confident that our tickets will be snapped up very quickly. Passengers will also enjoy flying with The World's 5 Star Airline and The World's Best Cabin Crew. This is now the best time to travel.”

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