MAS' plan to have some flights out of KLIA2 draws controversy

  • Business
  • Saturday, 09 Jul 2016

Objections: Both the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents and the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia have poured cold water on MAS’ plan to use KLIA2, saying such a move could confuse travellers and lead to a downgrade with negative implications for the airline.

Airline’s plan to have some flights out of KLIA2 draws controversy

THE RM33 price difference is the key factor for Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAS) to consider some flights out of KL International Airport 2 (KLIA2), a move that has been criticised by several industry executives and travellers.

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