Firefly to restart Subang flights to Singapore's Seletar Airport after over two-year absence


Malaysia Aviation Group's (MAG) low-cost arm Firefly is set to resume its service from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang to Seletar Airport which serves the north-east region of Singapore. 

The service is effective from June 13 after more than two years of suspension due to the pandemic following border closure. 

Firefly said in a statement the twice-daily return flights were set to be operated by ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft with a capacity of 72 seats.

It will progressively increase the services by the end of the year.

Firefly chief executive officer Philip See said with the opening of Malaysia's border, the airline was glad to reconnect communities within Malaysia and Singapore whether for business, leisure or with loved ones. 

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