Cheaper airfares to attract Indian students to Malaysia
Malaysia Airlines will offer Indian students around 50% discounts on flights and other incentives to promote Malaysia’s image as an international education hub.
The airline has inked an arrangement with with the Malaysia Study Centre (a division of the AEC Business School India) to cater for the growing number of overseas students from Tamil Nadu in India’s south east.
Malaysia Airlines currently operates 29 flights a week between Malaysia and five Indian gateways: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and New Delhi.
source & article: Bernama
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