Capital A calls on Asian governments to further ease travel restrictions


KUALA LUMPUR: Capital A Bhd, the holding company for the AirAsia Aviation Group, has called on governments across Asia to further ease travel restrictions in order to revive the global economy.

In a statement, Capital A president (commercial) Colin Currie said the revival of the tourism sector is pivotal to support the livelihood of the people in ASEAN as it accounts for 13 per cent of the regional grouping’s aggregate gross domestic product and six per cent of total employment.

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