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jom cuti-cuti with RM50 Malindo Air e-travel vouchers

November 26, 20202 minute read
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Looking forward to travelling again? How about a domestic holiday with some help from a Malindo Air e-travel voucher. The Malindo Air ‘jom cuti-cuti’ campaign is offering RM50 e-travel vouchers to 6,000 Malaysians for the purchase of flight tickets to any destination within Malaysia.

Jom cuti-cuti, let’s holiday

This initiative is supported by the Stimulus Recovery Plan initiated by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture (MOTAC) during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The RM50 e-travel vouchers will be available as follows:

  • Voucher Registration Period:
    • 25th Nov 2020 until 15th Dec 2020
  • Validity travel period:
    • 25th Nov 2020 until 31st March 2021
  • Voucher redemption:
  • Eligibility:
    • Malaysians with valid NRIC. One voucher per NRIC
…. Tourism-related industry continues to be one of the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic crisis, and the outlook for a full recovery is extraordinarily uncertain. While awaiting international borders to reopen, our primary hope in this campaign is to get people to start travelling again safely, albeit domestically. Captain Mushafiz Mustafa Bakri, Malindo Air CEO

He added that with the survival of tourism related businesses already at risk, the Stimulus Recovery Plan is timely.  MOTAC’s action will cushion further blows to the industry.

For updates on Malindo Air’s latest activities and promotions, please connect via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram

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