Firefly airline resumes flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur
The flights between KL and Singapore will operate twice a day.
Malaysian budget airline Firefly has restarted its flights from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, it announced on Monday (Jun 13).
Flights will now operate from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, Malaysia to Seletar Airport twice a day.
The flights from Subang to Seletar depart at 7.30am and 12.55pm on weekdays, and 9.30am and 2.55pm on weekends. Flights from Seletar to Subang depart at 9.20am and 2.45pm on weekdays, and 11.20am and 4.45pm on weekends.
Each trip takes about one hour and 20 minutes.
Ticket prices range from $100 to $300, according to Firefly’s website.
Firefly began operating trips from Subang to Seletar in April 2019, but were suspended in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Passengers on the Firefly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore will get complimentary 20kg baggage allowance, fast check-ins and boarding, as well as refreshments on the plane.
Those who wish to get more baggage space, unlimited flight changes, priority boarding, seat selection and travel insurance can do so by paying additional fares.
Mr Philip See, CEO of Firefly, said that Singapore has become one of the “important destinations” for the budget airline as it connects passengers for leisure and business.
“This recommencement will be to connect passengers from both countries, whilst enhancing the economy via the tourism industry,” he added.
The Seletar Airport boasts a two-story terminal spanning 10,000 sqm with four check-in counters in the departure hall, one food and beverage outlet in the public area, and 1 currency exchange machine.
The airport is also served by bus service 102, with the bus stop located 50m away from the terminal and is linked by a sheltered walkway.