MAS Travel Fair 2009: Bigger! Competitive! Longer!
MAS Travel Fair is back again this year! Bigger! Competitive! and Longer!
Okay! Okay! I know. I’m few days late in writing up about this. But hey, it’s better than not writing about it eh?
Anyways, this year’s promotion span last longer and it is all online now. No longer they are puting up booth to attract people to buy. It’s 2009 financial crisis year, where everyone is cutting their budget. So, MAS is cutting their budget to throw a big huge fair at any convention center. Thus, giving them the option to pull the promotion longer than the usual 3 days only promotion just like MAS Travel Fair 2008.
This year’s Malaysia Airlines Travel Fare is taking place from 10th till 19th February 2009 so that now, you can have a longer period of time to plan and decide. Enough time to get your leave approved as well. As usual, there is a special travel period and it is from 17th Feb till 30th Sep 2009.
One unique point of this MAS Travel Fair 2009 is that, people in Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam can enjoy the same promotion as well. But, with a different set of pricing for each location. Now, did I just said bigger earlier?
Furthermore, if you have the time you can bundle your purchase with either one of MAS Value Fare domestic routing with the current MATF prices to international destinations.
Remember, before you buy, please read the terms and conditions. Many people just don’t read the terms & conditions and just buy blindly. Which, in the end resulted in all complaints about this and that.
When a service company says *Terms & conditions apply*, you better read them. I’m telling you with such honesty because I am from the service industry and well, let’s just say I’m more transparent with my own set of terms & conditions.
MATF 2009 Terms & Conditions
|Advanced Purchase||From Malaysia to Singapore & Bandar Seri Begawan: 21 Days
From Singapore to Malaysia: 21 Days
Others: 7 days
|Minimum/Maximum Stay||Nil, but all travels must be completed by 30 September 2009
|Flight change||Once booking number has been issued, NO Flight changes allowed.|
|Name change||Once booking number has been issued, NO Name changes allowed.|
|Cancellation/Refund||All partially & totally unutilised tickets are not refundable.|
|Enrich Upgrade||Not permitted.|
|Child/ Infant Discount||Infants pays 10% of adult promotional fares. No discount on child fares.|
|Air Fare||Price includes airfare, airport tax, fuel surcharge, insurance and administrative fees. Certain selected all-inclusive low fares does not include airport taxes as such charge is collected separately by the airport authorities at point of check-in. Price listed is correct as of date of publication and may be subject to change due to fluctuations in exchange rate, airport tax, fuel surcharge, insurance and administrative fees. Airport tax is subject to revision from time to time by the relevant airport authorities. Fares are not applicable during peak periods and subject to seat availability.|
What you waiting for?
Now, go to www.malaysiaairlines.com to buy your ticket to your favourite destination. OR you can simply contact me if you can’t buy online. I can help, with a small fee.
You can download the complete fare for a better view or to be printed out.
Hmmm… I’m gonna see if I can grab any cheap London seats
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