Firefly resumes flights to Seletar after five-month hiatus

Published on 21 Apr 2019 5:15:29 PM

Malaysian budget carrier Firefly has resumed flights to the Seletar airport here after a five-month break due to an airspace dispute between Malaysia and Singapore.

At a joint press conference with his Singaporean counterpart Khaw Boon Wan, Transport Minister Anthony Loke, who was on board the inaugural flight on Sunday, said the resumption of services represents a significant milestone in enhancing bilateral cooperation between Malaysia and Singapore.