Direct Flights To Kuching And Kota Kinabalu from Melaka..



Air Asia A330- 300 1:400 Scale die cast.

For now it is still in proposal and waiting for Air Asia to unleashed the potential of Melaka International Airport.


Melaka Wants Direct Flights To Kuching And Kota Kinabalu

KUCHING, May 4 (Bernama) — Melaka wants low-cost carrier AirAsia to introduce direct flights from the Melaka International Airport (MIA) to Kuching and Kota Kinabalu to boost joint capacity in the tourism sector.

Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said the proposal for the direct flights was made to AirAsia chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes last year and the airline was now in the process of reviewing its domestic routes.

Read More here.

Meanwhile, when the Melaka Delegation at Brunei doing Melaka Tourist Promotion” for the 13th Sukan Malaysia (Sukma) at the Centrepoint Hotel Brunei, Melaka Chief Minister also keen on seeing Brunei National Airlines to fly to Melaka at least once a week. Melaka used to have many tourist from Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand. But seen few from Brunei to visit Melaka. With culture not much different and share the same official religion, It’s good for both Melaka and Brunei to cooperate on tourist arrival. Brunei is such a small countries but everybody know they are rich people – good buying power can convert to quality tourist.

Tuesday May 4, 2010

Melaka invites RBA

Goh De No and Fitri Shahminan

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN – MELAKA’S Chief Minister is keen on seeing Brunei’s national carrier fly to the Malaysian state at least once a week using the state’s new international airport. Datuk Seri Hj Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam, who launched the “Visit Melaka Tourist Promotion” during the 13th Sukan Malaysia (Sukma) at the Centrepoint Hotel yesterday, said that he will be extending a formal invitation to Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA).

Dato’ Zulkifli Mohamad, general manager at the Tourism Promotion Division of Melaka’s Chief Minister Department, said that he had held preliminary talks with top officials from the Ministry of Communications and has met with Hj Omar Ali Hj Mohd Daud from Royal Brunei Airlines.

“We were unable to meet with the Ministry of Communications yesterday as they had a tight schedule, so we are scheduled to meet today with officials from the ministry,” he said when asked whether any contact has been made with RBA.

Datuk Seri Hj Mohd Ali added that if Melaka gets a Boeing 737 once a week, that would translate to about 100 tourists from Bruneians.

Read more about Melaka inviting RBA here.

If you want to study of read More about the connection about Malaysia and Brunei I recommended this book written by lonely planet. Lonely Planet has been the guidebook of choice for Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei for 28 years.

— asmaliana

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