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Firefly flits between Sabah and Sarawak


KOTA KINABALU, 27 November 2023: Firefly, a subsidiary of Malaysia Aviation Group, started flights from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI) to Miri International Airport (MYY) last week.

The air link between the two towns in Sabah and Sarawak will enhance connectivity for business and leisure travellers. 

Starting with a twice-weekly service, the airline deploys a retrofitted Boeing 737-800 aircraft equipped with 189 seats in economy class. Fares start as low as MYR69 one-way for travel in January 2024 and around MYR89 in early December 2023.

About Firefly
Launched on 3 April 2007, Firefly is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Aviation Group Berhad. Operating out of the Penang and Subang hubs, Firefly connects various points within Malaysia, Southern Thailand, Singapore, and Sumatera, Indonesia. Firefly has also extended its reach to include Sabah and Sarawak.


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