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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Aug 17 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): The first of its kind Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) Dine & Fly flight took off on Sunday (Aug 16) morning with 99 passengers on board to experience a rare and memorable opportunity to view iconic landmarks of the country and key places on the island of Borneo from the air.
MELAKA: A new management company is being sought to revive the tourist monorail in the city, says Melaka Historic City Council Mayor Datuk Zainal Abu.
CURIOUS onlookers swamped Victoria Street in Penang just to catch a glimpse of all the cool supercars such as those found in the movie Fast And Furious.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sumit Nagal, who became the first Indian to win a singles match at the U.S. Open in seven years when he beat Bradley Klahn on Tuesday, is counting on his underdog status to give him a mental edge against his next opponent, second seed Dominic Thiem.
PENANG’S dedicated cycling lanes were graced by the Perlis royalty when the Raja Muda of Perlis Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail and a retinue of about 120 cyclists tried them out on National Day.
SYDNEY (Reuters): Qantas Airways Ltd said on Thursday (Sept 17) it would operate a seven-hour scenic flight over Australia next month, adding to a growing trend in Asia of "flights to nowhere" that take off and land at the same airport
SYDNEY/SINGAPORE: Qantas Airways Ltd said a seven-hour scenic flight over Australia's Outback and Great Barrier Reef had sold out in 10 minutes, as it joined a growing trend in Asia offering "flights to nowhere" that take off and land at the same airport.
SYDNEY: Qantas Airways Ltd said a seven-hour scenic flight over Australia’s Outback and Great Barrier Reef had sold out in 10 minutes, as it joined a growing trend in Asia offering “flights to nowhere” that take off and land at the same airport.
The columnist managed to tick one of his travel bucket list items earlier this year on the island of Palau.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - A Taiwanese airline carried around 120 passengers on a "flight to nowhere" on Saturday to view the South Korean resort island of Jeju, before flying straight back home, the latest gimmick to give people a glimpse of normality during the COVID-19 pandemic.