The new destinations — Langkawi and Pangkor were revealed at a poolside party by the airline company at Berjaya Times Square Hotel in Kuala Lumpur recently.
As for Langkawi, there will be four flights per week direct from Subang airport effective Nov 18.
Lee said Langkawi would be the best market for them as the local government had been given a budget of RM420mil under the Langkawi Five-Year Tourism Development Master Plan.
The budget was to re-structure the Langkawi Development Authority and the establishment of a forest ranger team, which was an important process towards improving the tourism value of the place.
Lee also said they have the Dash 7 aircraft that was ideal for island operation with its short take-off and landing performance.
Berjaya Air has added the ATR72 planes as well and was the first airline to have the planes into Malaysia.
Al :-Good news. More flight means more competition. So there's 2 players in Subang airport. Firefly & Berjaya air..