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Flights from Penang

The lovely Thai island of Penang is also home to a good little airport, and finding your way forward from this destination is simple with Skyscanner’s search engine. We will provide you with the cheapest routes on offer from this origin point, and you can further screen these by a number of ways using our modifiable filters, including by route, layovers, duration, and departure times.

We will also strive to help you to save even more money if you utilise our calendar feature. This tool displays all the rates available each day of the month, so you understand the bigger picture before you book, and are able to reserve the most affordable flight.

However, if you’re still in the research phase of booking, and haven’t yet pinpointed exactly where you’d like to go, why not try popping ‘everywhere’ in the destination search bar? This keyword will take you to a complete list of cities that you can fly to from Penang, as well as a few connecting destinations you might be interested in.

Finding flights from Penang International Airport (PEN)

The Penang International Airport (PEN) is one of the busiest hubs in the country, and offers a variety of international routes to its passengers. There are over 20 non-stop destinations available to cities in all over Asia.

You can get to the airport on the public buses or via taxi services, and it should take you around 30 minutes to traverse the 20km to George Town, the island’s biggest city.

To explore the cities of Malaysia, AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, Firefly and Malindo Air all fly domestic routes. International ones are also run by AirAsia, as well as Indonesia AirAsia, Silkair, Tigerair, Lion, Lucky Air, Dragonair, and China Airlines.

Popular destinations from Penang International Airport

Malaysia is a country of many faces, and it’s worth discovering each of them. Fly to Kota Kinabalu (BKI), in Malaysian Borneo, a platform for finding your way into some of the most pristine landscapes of this nation. Or fly instead to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) the capital of the country, and known for its iconic skyscrapers, its nightlife, dining, and shopping.

Added to that, Kuala Lumpur is also one of the largest international hubs in the region, and if you’re looking to fly out of Asia, you will need to fly out this port. With over 100 destinations to choose from, you can fly out to storied cities in Europe, like Amsterdam (AMS), where you can tour the canals, museums and galleries, or fly to holiday resorts like the Gold Coast (OOL) in Australia, where you can go clubbing, hit the beaches and visit the theme parks.

Short-haul hops can take you to the ancient city complex of Angkor in Siem Reap (REP) in Cambodia, the fascinating streets of Tehran (IKA) in Iran, or to the temples of Amritsar (ATQ) in India.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.