Holiday packages up for grabs

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 15 Feb 2005

KUALA LUMPUR: Tell Malaysia Airlines where in the world you want to visit and you could walk away with a Golden Holiday package to any of the eight international and four local destinations that the airline is offering. 

You can bring a partner along as MAS is offering tickets for two for the 12 Golden Holiday packages in its “Where In The World Do You Want to Go?” contest to mark the second Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair on Feb 19 and Feb 20. 

The fair will be held at the Mines International Exhibition and Convention Centre here, the Penang International Sports Arena, the Permata Exhibition Centre in Kuching and the Sabah Trade Centre in Kota Kinabalu. 

Contest forms will be published in the newspapers and will also be available at, a MAS statement said. 

Contestants are required to count the number of MAS destinations in a puzzle and complete a slogan saying “My dream holiday is .......... because (in less than 10 words) ...............”  

The forms can be submitted at any of the venues of the travel fair, where MAS and 225 travel agents would offer bargains and deals for air travel and vacations in the country and abroad.  

The winners will be announced next month. 

The fair will also showcase other MAS products and services like MASkargo, GRADS, Enrich, Temptations, the Internet booking facility as well as Haj and other chartered flights. 

The airlines will also carry out a recruitment drive for those interested in joining MAS as cabin crew, trainee aircraft maintenance engineer or cadet pilot. 

The fair will provide entertainment that will include appearances by cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants and Formula Three driver Mohamed Fairuz Fauzi as well as a cultural performance by the New Zealand National Tourists Organisation. 

The organisers will charge an entrance fee of RM2 each for visitors aged 12 and above and a portion of the collection will go towards helping tsunami victims and other charitable causes. 

MAS sales manager Phang Pow Ing said he hoped many people would visit the fair to enjoy the activities that have been planned for them. 

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