March 16, 2007 at 3:07 pm 3 comments

No unhealthy war, the government says with the introduction of Firefly. I guess these new routes are not even profitable enough for AirAsia. Hopefully the Fokker planes can really lower the costs for Firefly to stay in this business for the long haul.

I still can’t access, nor web sites at the moment. At least in under construction although I got a bad feeling it is not meant for FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd. I could see a picture of a swamp at It reminds me of the fireflies in Kuala Selangor. So I doubt it is owned by Firefly either.

Thanks to a comment left by yzerfontein, the name Firefly was meant to be “evocative, emotive and unique”. Now I fail to see how Firefly is connected to “evocative, emotive and unique”. Have you seen a firefly before? If not, you better visit Firefly Park Resort this weekend. Firefly shines at night to attract sexual partner. Can sexual advances be “evocative, emotive and unique”?

Anyway, let’s not jump the gun and wait for their big announcement on the 17th March 2007.


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  • 1. Yzerfontein  |  March 17, 2007 at 5:06 am

    I’m not terribly familiar with the sexual antics of the firefly animal – it conjures up thoughts of a plane on fire to me!!

    Forgetting about the name, I share your hope that Firefly airlines manages to last.

  • 2. Anonymous  |  March 19, 2007 at 3:13 am

    from, i get to know that the url of firefly suppose to be ended in z.

  • 3. snooki  |  March 19, 2007 at 3:09 pm

    hi yzerfontein,

    plane on fire? hahahaha good one


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