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    Malaysia Airlines warns of fake websites

    KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia Airlines has issued a warning to the public about fake websites which appear to be its official website, purportedly offering free air tickets as prizes in order to obtain their personal data. The national carrier had on Monday advises customers to be cautious of social media posts and phishing websites that appear similar to its official website https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/my/en.html “The airline would like to advise customers to exercise caution when revealing personal data to unverified sources. “These websites, emails and calls should be verified on the airline’s official social media sites if in doubt,” it said. Source: http://www.asiaone.com/malaysia/malaysia-airlines-warns-fake-websites...
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    Penang hot air balloon runs out of steam, lands on road during event to promote balloon rides

    NIBONG TEBAL, Malaysia – A hot air balloon with 10 passengers was spotted making an unscheduled landing on a road near Padang Jawi in Penang at about 9.30am on Thursday (Jan 10). It was part of a media flight to promote the Penang Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, which would be held on Feb 8, 9 and 10 at Padang Polo, George Town. All the passengers of the hot air balloon landed safely. Myballoon adventure director Izzati Khairudin said the hot air balloon was one of three that took off from Padang Jawi, Nibong Tebal, to promote the commercial balloon...
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    AirAsia passengers no longer have to pay S$1 fee on flights departing KLIA2

    KUALA LUMPUR – AirAsia passengers departing from Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) will no longer have to pay the RM3 (S$1) KLIA2 fee starting from Monday (Jan 7). In a statement, budget carrier AirAsia said it will cease charging the fee in an effort to keep fares low. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), the operator of KLIA2, clarified last week that the fee was imposed by AirAsia, not MAHB. AirAsia Malaysia chief executive Riad Asmat said this development comes following the airline’s announcement last week. “We have said from the very beginning that KLIA2 is not fit for...
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