Malaysia Airlines has expanded its bonus side trip offer and made it a regular feature for travellers heading from New Zealand to destinations beyond Malaysia.
Travel trade partners are invited to a night of Malaysian hospitality on Monday 29 August in Cordis Hotel Auckland from 5.30 to 9pm.
Hosted by Tourism Malaysia, the evening will give agents and brokers the chance to reconnect with the destination and meet the organisation’s new deputy director Noorazrin Abdullah who recently joined the Auckland team.
Malaysia Airlines has introduced MH Group Portal in New Zealand and Australia in line with the company’s digitalisation strategy.
‘Malaysia Airlines is continually looking for ways to simplify the booking process for agents in this region.’ says Giles Gilbert, regional manager for Malaysia Airlines Australia and New Zealand.
‘The end to end automation process from quoting fares to ticketing will provide agents a seamless experience when organising a trip for 10 passengers and more. This direct booking process
Malaysia Airlines retains its confidence in the New Zealand market’s medium to long term future, despite the challenging times the travel industry finds itself in, says Giles Gilbert, the airline’s regional manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Gilbert points out that Malaysia Airlines actually increased its sales force by two in the Auckland office in February and those staff remain with the airline, although it has obviously been difficult for them to get