Mandarin-speaking officials start duty at KLIA/KLIA2 to woo China tourists


Ready to assist: A MAHB officer attending to enquiries from a couple from Hong Kong at KLIA2.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Air­ports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) has deployed Mandarin-speaking officials at the KL International Airport and KLIA2.

Transport Minister Anthony Loke said two fluent and four basic Mandarin-speaking officials had been placed at strategic spots such as the satellite building, contact pier, immigration arrival and baggage reclaim areas, effective from yesterday.

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