KOTA KINABALU: Hong Kong-based international airline, Dragon Air, said it would remain committed to the East Malaysian market despite the drop in travel demand following the global economic slowdown.
Malaysian and Brunei Country Manager Katherine Lo said the airline has in overall observed significant drop in ticket sales but it has remained positive for Malaysian and East Asian region’s future market.
“We will continue to be committed in providing the best service and world class products to our customers. We will continue to provide sufficient flights (from Sabah) to Hong Kong and China,” said Lo at the Dragon Air Sabah annual dinner here on Friday.
She said the commitment was based on the fact that Hong Kong is expected to continue to be an attractive destination for travellers from the East Asian market including those from East Malaysia.
Sabah is currently Dragon Air’s single destination in Malaysia with a daily flight between Hong Kong and Kota Kinabalu International Airport.
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