Malindo joins the APG network

A file pix of a Malindo Air plane.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malindo Air has become the latest airline to join the APG, the world's leading network for Airline Distribution and Financial SErvices' Interline E-Ticketing  (IET) hub.

Through APG’s IET network, 84,000 international air transport association (IATA) and airlines reporting corporations (ARC) travel agencies will be able to issue tickets for Malindo Air via Interline E-Tickets through a global distribution system.

Malindo Air has also appointed APG offices in 22 countries as their general sales and services agents.

"As a full-service carrier, this is in line with our effort to expand our distribution channels and bring in more transit passengers globally to Malaysia, in support of making KLIA a travel hub in the region," said Chandran Rama Muthy, CEO of Malindo Air.

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