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Malaysian airlines open door to Central Asia

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NBR columnist Nevil Gibson speaks with Calida Stuart-Menteath.

Nevil Gibson Sat, 19 Aug 2023

Two Malaysian airlines operating to New Zealand – Batik Air Malaysia and AirAsia X – have permission to expand their networks into Central Asia. This will give intrepid Kiwi travellers new options to explore this part of the world.

Batik Air has approval to initiate scheduled flights linking

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