MASwings gives away 114 free tickets

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KUCHING: MASwings is giving away 114 free air tickets to lucky passengers flying on selected routes throughout October to December this year in conjunction with its 14th anniversary.

Those visiting selected ticket offices for any dealings with MASwings may also stand a chance to be the lucky customer of the day to receive these free air tickets.

MASwings chief operating officer Nasaruddin.

“Fourteen years in a business is considered quite a young age for an airline, but being the Pulse of Borneo, we owe it to the people of Sabah, Sarawak, as well as the Federal Territory of Labuan for placing us where we are today,” said MASwings chief operating officer Captain Nasaruddin A Bakar.

“We are giving away complimentary air tickets to show our appreciation for our customers’ continuous support especially during the current pandemic which has crippled some of the airline’s businesses globally since it struck almost two years ago.

“Despite most airlines including us at MASwings and our sister companies within Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) being badly affected due to stoppage of operations into some routes and reduced flight frequencies, we continue to be resilient and remain steadfast,” he added.

Amidst the current situation, MASwings is proud and happy to continue serving the community, especially essential travellers.

It continues to offer its best of Malaysian hospitality as well as comfort, safety, and a hassle-free journey with strict compliance to travel guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOPs).

MASwings is now offering its Fly Pass Borneo exclusively to all Enrich members. More information on destinations, fares, and flight schedules is available on MASwings’ website, www.maswings.com.my.

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