Malaysia Airlines Group’s LCC subsidiary Firefly will resume commercial operations into Singapore from April 21 following the settlement of an airspace dispute between Singapore and Malaysia government. In December 2018, the turboprop carrier was forced to suspend its 20 daily flights to Singapore after the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) disputed Singapore Seletar airport’s instrument landing system (ILS) procedure, which CAAM said would disrupt developments over ...

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