MYAirline, the relatively new low-cost carrier that was launched late last year, has just announced its first international destination. Though as you might expect,, said destination is one of our immediate neighbours within Southeast Asia. Specifically, the airline is announcing the availability of Bangkok as a destination starting late next month.
The first flights to the capital city of our neighbour up north will be available starting 28 June 2023, with flights from KLIA Terminal 2 to the Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Alternatively, you can also book MYAirline flights to the other airport for the Bangkok Metropolitan Region, the Don Mueang International Airport. Flights to this airport will only be available starting 1 July though, but once it is, you’ll have more flexibility when it comes to planning your travels to the capital city of Thailand.
For the initial days of these two flights to Bangkok, MYAirline says that both routes will only start with one flight per day in each direction. This will then be doubled starting 17 August, giving potential fliers up four choices of daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok. The same naturally applies to flights going in the opposite direction. For their prices, the low-cost airline says that prices for one-way flights to these two destinations will start from RM99.
To celebrate the availability of these two flight routes up north to Bangkok, MYAirline is offering a zero-base fare campaign for them. This is a similar promo campaign that the airline did earlier this year for a number of local destinations. Compared to the 10000 free seats offered before, up to 12000 seats are up for grabs this time. Though just like the last time, you’ll only have a very small window to reserve them, which is between today, 10 May, and 12 May. The flights themselves will also have to be between 28 June and 28 October.
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