Apple Vacations promotes Japan itineraries

A MAJOR Malaysian outbound player to Japan, Apple Vacations & Conventions, is promoting new itineraries to the destination, with twice-weekly group departures starting in June.

The outbound agent is promoting seven days/five nights packages to Gifu Prefecture and Kyushu. For these packages, clients will fly in through Nagoya and fly back to Malaysia through Osaka.

To help Japan during these difficult times and to help rebuild confidence, Apple Vacations is working with hotel partners in Japan on special rates, and these will be passed on to the consumer, said senior sales manager Mimi Jee.

In July, it will also organise four charter services from Kuala Lumpur to Hokkaido, landing in Chitose Airport. It will utilise Malaysia Airlines (MAS) A330-300 aircraft, which can seat 288. The charters will depart from Kuala Lumpur on July 8, 14 and 20 and July 26.

These will be all inclusive eight days/six nights packages, with tours to Furano, Sounkyo, Yubari, Noboribetsu and Sapporo. Apple Vacations managing director Desmond Lee said about 25 per cent of seats have already been sold.

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