Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Malay, Coron to ink sisterhood agreement on tourism

BORACAY ISLAND, AKLAN- Both the local governments of Malay, Aklan and Coron, Palawan have initially agreed to ink a sisterhood agreement between the two towns for tourism purposes.

Councilors and government representatives from Coron, Palawan recently met with their counterparts in Malay, Aklan. They both agreed that tourists from Boracay would love to also visit Coron and vice versa.

Because of this, the two councils plan to lobby for different airline companies to explore possibilities of having direct flights from Caticlan Airport in Malay, Aklan to Coron, Palawan and vice versa.

The Malay Council noted that before some airline companies have direct flights from Caticlan Airport to Coron, Palawan but this has been stopped.

Both the Malay and the Coron council still continues to draft details of the agreed sisterhood agreement.

The two towns also vowed to strengthen the tourism industry of both councils once the agreement have materialized.

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