Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is offering 20% discount on flights to all domestic destinations in Malaysia. The promotion is being given under the Malaysia Airlines Domestic Fair (MADF) 2020, which runs from 23 to 30 September 2020. It is valid for a period of immediate travel up until 30 June 2021.
The 20% promotion can be applied on bookings made via the airline’s official website or the Malaysia Airlines Mobile App. However, purchases made on the mobile app are entitled to an additional 5% off on top of the main offer – so you can easily get a total of 25% off thanks to the MADF promotion.
CIMB debit, credit, and prepaid cardholders have their own special set of benefits to enjoy from the MADF. These cardholders can also enjoy an extra 5% off if they make payment using their CIMB cards or through the CIMB 0% Easy Pay instalment plan. You can access this additional discount by keying in the promo code MH20CIMB5 when booking via the MAS official website.
Additionally, CIMB Enrich World Elite, CIMB Enrich World, and CIMB Enrich Platinum credit cardholders can earn extra Enrich Miles from their MADF purchases. You can get an award of 500 Enrich Miles with a cumulative minimum spend of RM500 or 1,000 Enrich Miles with a cumulative minimum spend of RM1,000.
“In line with our Fly Malaysia campaign, we are committed as the responsible national airline to promote local destinations all year round to speed up the revival of domestic tourism and hence this MADF offer of 20% discount for all seats and flights,” said Malaysia Airlines Berhad’s group chief marketing and customer experience officer, Lau Yin May.
“We will continue to offer premium service with unparalleled flexibility to ensure convenience and comfort in mind while travelling, without compromising the safety and health priorities of our passengers throughout their journey with us,” she further said. “Do not miss out on this excellent opportunity to go for your well-deserved holidays and discover the hidden gems within our backyard such as Penang, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu, Sarawak, Johor, Terengganu, and others!”