KUCHING: Sarawak plans to explore new air routes with Indonesian airline Batavia Air to improve its connections in the region.
New state Urban Development and Tourism Minister Datuk Michael Manyin will hold talks with the airline later this month to discuss a possible Kuching-Yogyakarta route.
Batavia Air currently flies the Kuching-Pontianak route.
Manyin said that Sarawak had a lot of tourism products but lacked connectivity with the outside world.
“This is our biggest obstacle,” he said in ceremony to exchange portfolios with his predecessor Datuk Wong Soon Koh recently.
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