Airlines see surge in bookings to international destinations

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are getting their passports ready and drawing up their travel bucket list for when the country reopens its international borders on April 1.

Since the announcement of the reopening, local airlines have recorded a surge in daily bookings for overseas trips, especially within the Asian region.

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