Articles Tagged ‘firefly’
Iberian Peninsula power shows as Faro and Jerez win Part II of S19 voting for Cake of the Week and Arch of Triumph
Following on from Hamilton and Aarhus’ winning streak last week, the power of the Iberian Peninsula shows this week as Jerez takes Cake of the Week glory for the bake celebrating easyJet’s inaugural flight from London Gatwick, while Faro claims sweet SAS Aarhus glory in the Arch of Triumph vote.
Firefly begins a new multi-daily service between Kuala Lumpur Subang and Singapore Seletar.
firefly adds Penang-Krabi link and Johor Bahru-Ipoh link using ATR 72s.
Penang International Airport heading for 6 million passengers in 2014; new firefly and Malindo Air services to Krabi start this week
Penang International Airport is Malaysia’s second busiest for international flights and third busiest overall. We reveal how the airport has grown during the last 20 years and which are its leading airlines and routes.
Firefly launches flights from Johor Bahru Airport to Pekanbaru Airport.
Firefly now flies from Malaysia’s smaller capital airport Kuala Lumpur Subang to Hat Yai in southern Thailand.
Firefly now flies from Kota Bahru in Malaysia to Singapore and from Penang to Koh Samui in Thailand.
Malaysia Airlines’ regional subsidiary launches international route from Malacca to Medan in Indonesia.
Firefly again flies domestically between Kuala Lumpur Subang and Kuantan.
Firefly now flies between Johor Bahru in Malaysia and Bandung in Indonesia.
Malaysia’s Firefly adds 11 new routes in 2011, mostly with 737s; may soon revert back to pure turboprop airline
Malaysia’s airlines are evolving and Firefly’s rapid growth looks set to end soon, as owner Malaysia Airlines looks to define new roles for its subsidiaries. How has Firefly evolved and what niche has it been able to take advantage of? Which are the airlines busiest routes and what competition does it face?
Firefly, the Malaysia Airlines subsidiary, now flies from Johor Bahru on the border to Singapore to Surabaya on Java in Indonesia.