Malaysia Airlines Holds Fare Sale

15th Sep 2014

​After two successive deadly incidents in less than 5 months apart this year, Malaysia Airlines has a hard time getting people to fly with them.

To recall, the airlines suffered a major blow in its track record this year when two of its planes, flights MH370 and MH17, figured in deadly incidents with all passengers and crew on board perished.

Recently, the ailing airline is holding another fare sale, this time targeting its Australian customers whose fellow citizens were among the casualties in the twin disasters. There were 6 Australian citizens on the first incident while no less than 27 passengers holding Australian passports in the second incident.

Customers who want to travel to Europe next year will have until Friday to book a return ticket for less than $800 each way via London.

The airline revealed last week that its passenger load out of Australia showed an improvement already posting an average of 70%.

The twin deadly incidents occurring just less than 5 months apart were too much to bear for an airline who was already suffering losses and indebtedness. In fact, many industry experts and analysts agree that the twin tragedies could be the end of Malaysia's flag carrier.

A most recent promotional campaign, albeit controversial one, targeting air travelers across Australia and New Zealand didn't attract enough numbers.

This time around, it dangles a much better proposition with attractive tickets promising 'best value for UK and European dream escapades."

Its regional senior vice president, PK Lee, boasted that its reputation as a five-star rated airline using a fleet of wide-body aircraft such as the A330 and the superjumbo A380 is compelling enough for any traveler to take our offers for an unforgettable trip to UK and Europe.

All tickets can be used for travel between April 1 and August 10, 2015. Tickets to Istanbul, for example, goes for $1328; $1350 to the Dutch capital, Amsterdam; $1385 to romantic Paris; $1429 to Frankfurt; and $1572 to London. One may visit to book tickets.

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