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Firefly, Please Review Rates

After the few days long holiday, it was time to bid "Bye, have a safe flight, God Bless" to many... and one of them is Aaron...Back to Ipoh last Wednesday and time to fly back to the south yesterday.... Time flies like Firefly... hahaha.... 

This time there was no delay, he reached Singapore around 1pm... that is what I like about flying from Ipoh, no hassle of going down to LCCT and waiting for the flight and if the bus schedule does not coincide with the flight, it will be like practically spending the whole day traveling from the north to the south.  But of course, the Air Asia flight will be very much cheaper than Firefly....
 Checking-in ...
Till we meet again....er.. next month?
One way trip to Singapore can easily cost RM300... 
A bit too expensive, don't you think so...
*Firefly, hope you will review your current rates soon*


Comments

  1. only FireFly flies to SG from Ipoh direct?? aiyo, then monopoly that's why can charge you expensive fares lah.. :)

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  2. Monopoly? Guess that is why they are charging at this premium rate, no competition LOL, you have to take it or leave it >_<

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  3. Sobs!!!...sobs!!!...back to empty nest syndrome again.Bet you will miss the laughters, jokes, fun & every single moment together. This apply to myself too, hehehe.

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  5. Looks like a very nice modern airport. A VERY good picture of your boys!

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  6. sk: yes.. Ipoh has only one.. so sad..


    ken: i guess so... got to live with it.. :)

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  7. irene: yes, I am sure you understand how it feels.. :)


    ginny: thanks!!

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  8. This airline is like a big bully in prices. I boycott!

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  9. Cheap lah in his currency!!!

    But if you check regularly - they often have cheap fares on promo - LIKE their page on Facebook and you will get the updates regularly. Same with MAS and Air Asia.

    Have you LIKEd their pages? - better than some of the other useless ones some people would go and like, dunno what for...

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  10. TM: You can boycott.. i cannot la.. :)


    stp: hahahaa... i like your last sentence!

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  11. if you book earlier, it's always cheaper. Once my girl bought last minute and it cost me a bomb. About RM500 plus return ticket.

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  12. Maybe on n off they will hv offer like AA. Then can buy lo

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  13. Oh RM300 for one way trip, that's expensive...

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  14. Wenn: yes, last minute tickets are always expensive..


    Kathy: not as cheap one...


    Sharon: yes, that is why..

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  15. Yeah I think it is slightly costly. But I think they have promos too sometimes right? Catch up on promos then not so rugi..

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  16. Good morning Claire,

    I guess you are looking forward to the next time all your children will be back again.

    I did not even know that there is a direct flight from Ipoh to Singapore but thanks to you, now I know. Like the others say, try to buy the tickets when there is a promo going on to get cheaper prices.

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  17. My sister also have problem when taking flight back to Ipoh directly from Singapore...damn the monopoly here...

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  18. bella: Never came across a cheap promotion before.. :)


    Mun: yes, I really do look forward..


    billy: yes, expensive, right? but convenient..

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  19. well as for me I can't be away from my mom for that long hahaha

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  20. Thank goodness our flights were in order. No delays.

    Hope the next trip will be better for Aaron.

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  21. Seems very convenient with direct flights to Ipoh. I've never been to Ipoh......

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  22. mecoy: mama's boy? :)


    ling: yes, thank goodness...


    shirley: now you can come anytime! :)

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