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MATTA FAIR is here and Bri­tish Air­ways is of­fer­ing great value fares across all cab­ins on its lat­est and most tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced Boe­ing 787- 9 Dream­liner to trav­ellers from Malaysia. The spe­cial all- in­clu­sive re­turn air­fares are of­fered on 10 pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tions across the air­lines net­work, in­clud­ing Lon­don, Dublin, Am­s­ter­dam, Barcelona, Zurich, Rome, Paris, Ber­lin, Ed­in­burgh and New York. Book­ings must be made by March 25 on ba. com for travel be­tween March 1 and Dec 31*.

The spe­cial re­turn fares start from RM3,398* in World Trav­eller econ­omy class and RM5,598* on World Trav­eller Plus pre­mium econ­omy. Cus­tomers will land at Bri­tish Air­ways’ home – the award- win­ning Lon­don Heathrow Ter­mi­nal 5 – from where they can en­joy a stress- free on­ward con­nec­tion to var­i­ous cities across the UK or Europe.

Bri­tish Air­ways coun­try man­ager for Malaysia, Vivian Tan- Loh says, “In ad­di­tion to our all- cabin sale, Bri­tish Air­ways will also be hav­ing a spe­cial two cities- one spe­cial price pro­mo­tion. Cus­tomers who book our World Trav­eller and World Trav­eller Plus tick­ets can choose to fly to one ad­di­tional city via Lon­don at no ex­tra cost.”

The ad­di­tional cities, which cus­tomers can choose to visit in­clude New York, Bos­ton, Rio de Janeiro, Zurich, Dublin, Ed­in­burgh, Ber­lin, Paris, Am­s­ter­dam, Rome and Barcelona.

The 787- 9 is the most tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced air­craft of­fer­ing a smoother ride, with built- in sen­sors coun­ter­ing the ef­fects of tur­bu­lence and re­duc­ing nau­sea for cus­tomers who suf­fer from mo­tion sick­ness.

With lower cabin air pres­sure than tra­di­tional air­craft, cus­tomers will no­tice an in­creased amount of oxy­gen and mois­ture in the cabin air, help­ing to re­duce the ef­fects of jet­lag and dry eyes.

The air­craft is also one of the qui­etest air­crafts in the world. It has a much smaller sound foot­print than its pre­de­ces­sors – 60% smaller than sim­i­lar sized air­craft. There is no sound of more than 85 deci­bels, which is about the level of loud traf­fic heard from the side of the road leaves the air­port bound­aries.

About Bri­tish Air­ways

Bri­tish Air­ways’ route net­work cur­rently serves more than 200 des­ti­na­tions in 75 coun­tries.

Bri­tish Air­ways cur­rently op­er­ates one daily non- stop flight be­tween Kuala Lumpur and Lon­don, it is also the only car­rier to of­fer a four- class cabin con­fig­u­ra­tion on the route.

The air­line op­er­ates from the state- of- the- art Lon­don Heathrow Ter­mi­nal 5, which is ex­clu­sive to Bri­tish Air­ways’ and Ibe­ria’s cus­tomers and is ca­pa­ble of han­dling 30 mil­lion cus­tomers a year.

In March 2015, Ter­mi­nal 5 was named by Sky­trax as the Best Air­port Ter­mi­nal for the fourth year run­ning. Lon­don Heathrow also won the Best Air­port Shop­ping award.

In Septem­ber 2015, World Trav­eller Plus, the pre­mium econ­omy cabin avail­able on se­lected long- haul routes, was awarded the Best Pre­mium Econ­omy by Busi­ness Trav­eller Asia- Pa­cific. In Oc­to­ber last year, Bri­tish Air­ways and its fre­quent flyer pro­gramme, Ex­ec­u­tive Club, were awarded the Best Short- Haul Air­line and Best Fre­quent Flyer Pro­gramme by Busi­ness Trav­eller for the 10th con­sec­u­tive year. The oneworld al­liance, of which Bri­tish Air­ways was a found­ing air­line, came first in the Best Al­liance cat­e­gory for the third year run­ning.

In Fe­bru­ary, Bri­tish Air­ways was named the top Busi­ness and Con­sumer Su­per­brand at the Su­per­brands 2016 Awards, be­com­ing the first brand to win both pres­ti­gious ti­tles two years in a row.

For book­ings and more de­tails, visit ba. com.

* Terms and con­di­tions ap­ply.

The 787- 9 is the most tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced air­craft of­fer­ing a smoother ride, with built- in sen­sors coun­ter­ing the ef­fects of tur­bu­lence and re­duc­ing nau­sea for cus­tomers who suf­fer from mo­tion sick­ness.

Bri­tish Air­ways is of­fer­ing great value fares across all cab­ins on its lat­est and most tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced Boe­ing 787- 9 Dream­liner. — Photo cour­tesy of Bri­tish Air­ways

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