Cruise ship passengers bumped from KLM flight in Malaysia


A traveller wearing a protective face masks pushes his luggage on a cart in Amsterdam Schiphol airport. A number of passengers, including two Dutch citizens, were denied boarding for an Amsterdam-bound KLM flight departing from Kuala Lumpur, the Dutch Foreign Ministry said on Sunday (Feb 15). - AFP

KUALA LUMPUR/AMSTERDAM: A number of passengers, including two Dutch citizens, were denied boarding for an Amsterdam-bound KLM flight departing from Kuala Lumpur, the Dutch Foreign Ministry said on Sunday (Feb 15).

The travellers had been among the more than 2,200 passengers and crew on the Holland America Line’s Westerdam cruise ship, which was turned away by five ports before disembarking in Cambodia.

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