The Treasure Tracker flies with Zest Air’s Inaugural Flight to Kuala Lumpur
October 22, 2012, NAIA – Terminal 3
After the ribbon cutting ceremony and upon boarding of all the guests, a momentous applause was heard inside the plane as the engine started and took off from the runways. The first maiden flight of Zest Air to Kuala Lumpur was a big success.
We arrived in Kualu Lumpur International Airport pass ten in the evening. It was also my first time to witness a “water canon salute”, a ceremony which is used to mark the first flight of an airline in an airport. A festive mood also welcomed us from the people of KLIA wearing their vibrant national costumes. A little program and a simple dinner were also held inside the airport to fully welcome all the guests and recognize all the people behind this success.
I was happy to be part of such historical event. Hope to fly again with Zest Air soon.
*If you are looking for an affordable flights to Malaysia, Zest Air now flies to Kuala Lumpur 4 times a week. For more information you may log on to www.flyzest.com or call them at 855-3333.
Latest posts by darwin (see all)
- Wonderful Indonesia: Gili Trawangan’s Datu Swing and “Happy” Parties - October 5, 2016
- Wonderful Indonesia: Feeling In-between at Gili Meno (Photoblog) - October 3, 2016
- Wonderful Indonesia: “Feel and Chill” at Gili Air - October 2, 2016