New tourism products to promote airline’s US flights

Huang (first from left) and Lu (front row, fourth from left) with representatives from travel agencies.

CHINA Airlines is working with eight Malaysian travel agencies to promote the “Marvel America” flights from Kuala Lumpur to the United States.

Its partners are Golden Deluxe Travel Service Agency Sdn Bhd, Airlines Booking Centre (ABC) Holidays, Malaysian Harmony Tour & Travel, Mayflower Holiday, Ipoh Overland Tours and Travel, B&T Holiday Tours, AF Travel and MAG Travel.

The new tourism products are an 11-day package of seven nights in the east coast of the US with one night in Taiwan en route to New York and 11-day package to the west coast of the US.

ABC Holidays director Huang Yuelun said the next holiday season would start in November and all customers who signed up for one of the tour packages would have the opportunity to win a round-trip ticket to the US.

“There is a chance to win a half-day city tour sponsored by the Taiwan Tourism Bureau too.”

Huang said getting a US travel visa was not as difficult as people might think, adding that with the help of a travel agency, submitting information or arranging a time for the embassy interview was no longer troublesome.

Meanwhile, Golden Deluxe Travel is also promoting a seven-day tour to the US west coast and a nine-day tour to America’s east coast inclusive of one night in Taiwan.China Airlines Malaysia general manager Lu Shuhui said those who took up these packages would be flying in the airline’s latest B777 fleet, which had won international awards for its cabin design. — By MINNOW YANG

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