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Budget 2019: Travellers to Pay Up to RM40 Tax For Flying Overseas Starting 1st June 2019

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Budget 2019: Travellers Will Be Taxed For Flying To Asean & Other Countries Starting 1St June 2019 - World Of Buzz 1
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With Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng presenting Budget 2019 in Parliament, a number of the government’s plans for the country are currently being unveiled.

When announcing the budget for transportation, the Finance Minister stated that travellers will soon be taxed for overseas flights. According to his announcement, for passengers flying to ASEAN countries, the government will impose a tax of RM20 while those flying to other countries will be taxed RM40. This tax will be implemented on 1st June 2019.

Budget 2019: Travellers Will Be Taxed For Flying To Asean & Other Countries Starting 1St June 2019 - World Of Buzz

Source: klia2

Meanwhile, Lim Guan Eng also addressed the highly anticipated monthly pass for public transport users. It was announced that RM240 million has been allocated for this RM100 monthly pass that will allow unlimited travel for all rail and bus services.

Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story. 

 

Also read: [WATCH] Lim Guan Eng Presents Budget 2019 Live in Parliament

[Watch] Lim Guan Eng Presents Budget 2019 Live In Parliament - World Of Buzz 1


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