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MAS launches second promotion to lure Indian travellers

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NEW DELHI, April 4 – Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has mounted yet another promotion deal in India, this time under the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF) 2013 campaign to lure more travellers from this country. These offers come at the start of the much welcomed holiday season. Indian travellers looking forward to plan their holidays between April 1 and

October 31, 2013 can now avail themselves of these special promotional fares from MAS by making their bookings from now until April 15. The attractive fares are for various destinations in Malaysia and beyond in Australia and New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and many others.

“These special fares allow travellers to experience international destinations with dual benefits – value prices and flexible travel dates.

“We are hoping our offers would be deemed alluring by our Indian guests and would coax them to travel with us to experience our premium services and products,” said MAS Regional Senior Vice-President, South Asia & Middle East, Azahar Hamid in a statement.

Malaysian-Airlines-A330-300Among others, travellers flying from New Delhi can avail all inclusive economy class return airfares starting as low as 24,226 Indian rupees to Kuala Lumpur and 28,896 Indian rupees to Langkawi and Penang.  The return airfare for Singapore is priced at 25,165 Indian rupees while  Bangkok and Phuket are pegged at 23,821 Indian rupees.

Fares to the Far East start at 25,920 Indian rupees to Hong Kong and 35,793 Indian rupees to Beijing and 44,190 Indian rupees to Tokyo. From Chennai, fares to Australia and New Zealand start at 44,408 Indian rupees to Melbourne, Sydney 45,471 Indian rupees and Auckland 40,755 Indian rupees.

MAS has a presence in five major cities in India, namely Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad.  Bookings can be made either through www.malaysiaairlines.com, Malaysia Airlines ticketing offices or appointed agents throughout India.

BERNAMA

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