Can low-cost Malaysian airlines help post-pandemic tourism recovery?


Experts believe that low-cost carriers can help with post-pandemic tourism recovery. — Filepic

Low-cost carriers could help lead post-pandemic tourism recovery and help grow demand for travel.

Frugal cost-cutting measures taken and operational responsiveness will see these carriers move quickly to absorb pent-up travel demand and capitalise on any opportunities, says data and analytics company GlobalData.

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