“I think travel agents who grasp the plans will grab the opportunity. We’ve had zero income for the past four months, so of course we’re excited and we cannot wait,” said Solahuddin.
Solahuddin also pointed out the readiness of airlines in supporting the Indonesia and Malaysia travel bubble.
Citing business reasons, Solahuddin said that airlines may be reluctant to initiate flights between the Indonesia and Malaysia travel bubble destinations if there are few passengers.
Chairman of the Indonesia Tourism Intellectuals Association Azril Azahari also voiced similar concerns.
Azril Azhari argued that a travel bubble should be about opening borders and creating a corridor with neighboring countries.
Thus, he said Indonesia’s other travel bubble plans with Japan and South Korea should be dropped.
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