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Things are looking bleak for the aviation sector in Malaysia — Malaysia Airlines scaled back operations while AirAsia is on temporary hibernation — but that is not stopping local carriers from helping Covid-19 frontliners.
The Covid-19 pandemic has ground tourism to a halt. But what to do if you are stranded abroad due to coronavirus travel restrictions?
A large group of Malaysians are currently stranded in Lukla, Nepal, unable to fly out after the country imposed a seven-day lockdown on March 24.
Malaysia Airlines will significantly reduce its overall network, following the nationwide movement control order from March 18 to 31. AirAsia is limiting its number of flights too.
Pushpalatha Subramaniam successfully juggles a demanding career in aviation and family life.
Many Malaysians are postponing their overseas trips amid fear of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak. But those who go ahead with their plans say the travel landscape is not as dire as it’s made out to be.
In the wake of the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis, local travel stakeholders have measures in place to safeguard the well-being of visitors to the country, as well as plans to help the tourism industry recover.
Malaysia Airlines passengers can look forward to a sumptuous Chinese New Year feast on board as well as at its Golden Lounges in KL International Airport (KLIA), Kuching and Kota Kinabalu.
Next year, plan a holiday to Sabah’s West Coast and Kudat divisions to experience its culture, tradition, food and general way of life.
Travellers now have another option to book their accommodation with the introduction of Enrich Hotels. The digital booking platform lists over 400,000 properties that run the gamut from boutique hotels to international resorts.