SINGAPORE, June 4 — Firefly, the low cost carrier of Malaysia Airlines, will make its first entrance into Singapore skies come July 1, and soon after that will introduce four more new routes one after another.
On that date, Firefly will operate the Singapore-Subang flight and barely two weeks later on July 12 the carrier will introduce the Singapore-Ipoh route, followed by Singapore-Terengganu (July 14), Singapore-Kuantan (July 22) and Singapore-Melaka (Sept 1).
Firefly’s Managing Director Eddy Leong who announced the commencement of the flights at a reception for the local media and travel industry here tonight said the new routes from Singapore into Malaysia would further strengthen Firefly’s network focusing on commuters for business and leisure travellers.
Firefly’s maiden flight will depart Skypark Subang terminal, previously known as the Sultan Abdul Aziz International Airport at 7.50 am and arrive at the Singapore Budget Terminal in Changi 9.05 am.
The Singapore-Subang route will operate four times daily, the Singapore-Ipoh and Singapore-Kuantan four times weekly, and the Singapore-Kuala Terengganu and Singapore-Melaka three times weekly.
The airline is now offering an introductory promotional all-inclusive one way fare from S$31 (RM75), which is already available for booking for travel from now till October 24 this year, on its website www.fireflyz.com.my. – BERNAMA