Wednesday, September 20, 2006

FAX to fly daily to Mulu from KK

KUCHING: The Mulu National Park, a world heritage site in northern Sarawak, will be made more accessible to international tourists when Fly Asia Xpress (FAX) mounts daily flights to Mulu from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, from Oct 29.

FAX now operates three times a week on that sector.

“The added frequencies will contribute greatly towards local tourism efforts in promoting Mulu as a key tourist attraction to the international market,” said FAX chief executive officer Raja Mohd Azmi Raja Razali in a press statement yesterday.

FAX, which now also operates two daily flights on the Miri-Mulu sector, is introducing its first ever low fare promotions called super duper deal, from as low as RM1.88 (excluding airport tax and fees) for one-way travel on several domestic routes.

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