When travel plans go awry


Passengers of Cebu Pacific Air to Manila que to cheking in at KLIA2 . It was the first aircraft to take off from the KLIA 2. May 1, 2014. Rohaizat Md Darus/Star.

Many Malaysians still see travel insurance as an unnecessary cost. Sunday Star takes a closer look at what it offers and the fine print policy holders should look out for.

WITH the new KLIA2 runway finally opened and AirAsia moving its operations here from LCCT on Friday, travellers are bracing themselves for the usual glitches that come with the opening of a new airport.

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