No lift to aviation sector from Malaysia-Indonesia travel bubble

“We look forward to seeing the opening of borders between Malaysia and Indonesia and anticipate that this would facilitate the movement of business travellers between the two countries, ” said MACEOS president Francis Teo (pic) in a statement.

PETALING JAYA: The travel bubble between Malaysia and Indonesia would not have significant impact on the aviation sector as strict travel conditions may limit passenger traffic.

It was reported that Malaysia has been given the green light by Indonesia over a Reciprocal Green Lane/Travel Corridor Arrangement (RGL/TCA) travel bubble between both nations.

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