Malaysia expecting to attract millions of international tourists this year and expects RM8.6 billion in tourism revenue and will bring big recovery for tourism industry as said by Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister, Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) with the cooperation of the Ministry of Transport and Health to facilitate travellers’ arrival and waiting time. The volunteers and task force had been mobilised at the airports to assist travellers’ especially on the use of MySejahtera application meanwhile in line with country’s plan to enter endemic phase of Covid-19, low-cost carrier AirAsia will target to increase load factor to 95% by year end. AirAsia sales have grown significantly with 12 AirAsia international flights operating and Malaysia Aviation Group Bhd (MAG) is planning to increase its aircraft capacity by 15% as Malaysia’s borders reopen on top of 20% of pre-Covid 19 projected this month. It is expected to reach by 70% of pre-Covid 19 capacity level by end of the year. The airline has seen an increase in demand from India, the United Kingdom and Europe into Malaysia at 80% capacity despite conflict in Europe and impact of high oil prices.


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