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Firefly opens Kerteh service
Firefly has launched a twice-daily service from Subang to Kerteh today to continue its commitment to expanding its domestic network. With this new addition, Firefly now serves two destination in Terengganu namely Kuala Terengganu and Kerteh.
"We are pleased to offer this new route to Kerteh. This route is Firefly's commitment in providing alternative, affordable travel for all Malaysians," declared Eddy Leong, managing director of Firefly. "The main objective is to provide alternative transportation into and out of Kerteh that is economical, both in terms of time and money. In addition, this Kerteh route will also add convenience to leisure travellers, as well-known tourism spots such as Kijal and Cherating are just a few minutes drive from Kerteh airport."
The airline completed its fleet change to five brand new ATR 72-500s in December 2008 with its last Fokker 50 being withdrawn from service.
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