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The 15th Matta International Travel Fair (XV MITF 2003) from March 14 to 16 will offer new tour programmes to China, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) expects a RM800mil revenue boost for the financial year (FY) ended March 31, 2004, on expectations of a double-digit growth in regional passenger traffic, mainly from China, India and Singapore.
A year ago, after their company Ken-Air collapsed, Kenny and Kristine Goh left their palatial bungalow in Singapore for a more modest life. Goh tells LI-ANN WEE how they#8217;ve picked up the pieces, and how family life has blossomed amidst business failure.
IMMINENT war did not stop 26,000 people from streaming into Singapore#8217;s first big travel fair of the year, but it did translate into very few bookings to Turkey and the Middle East.
MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) is targeting a profit of between RM50mil and RM75mil from ticket sales during the three-day promotion on airfares at the Matta International Travel Fair this weekend, its regional assistant general manager, Malaysia and Asean, Datuk Rashid Khan said.
An industry once regarded as not so important, the tourism sectos has flourish despite global uncertainties. Deputy Culturem Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen speaks to SUSAN TAM about her plans for the industry.
The tourism industry is prepared with contingency plans if a war broke out in Iraq, Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) president Tunku Iskandar Tunku Abdullah said.
Thousands of people turned up in droves yesterday for the opening of the three-day 15th Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) International Travel Fair.