Malaysia set to boost seat allowance to Indian destinations

The Malaysian government is looking to boost the number of seats available to airlines flying between Malaysia and India. Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said the air services agreement (ASA) between the two countries—some 20,000 seats per week—is being fully utilized, and it is time for...

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