Firefly airline to resume flights to Singapore from Jun 13
Flights will progressively increase by the end of the year.
Malaysian budget airline Firefly will resume flights between Singapore and Subang from Jun 13, with one-way tickets starting from RM119 (S$37.80).
This news comes after a two-year suspension, following the closure of borders because of the pandemic.
The airline announced in a statement on Monday (May 23) that it will operate two flights out of Seletar Airport to Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport daily, with each ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft able to carry 72 passengers.
It will progressively increase the number of flights by the end of the year.
“Firefly sees this as a perfect time to reinstate and play the role of connecting the communities within Singapore and Malaysia,” said Firefly chief executive Philip See.
Tickets are now available for purchase through the Firefly mobile app, website, booking offices and travel agents.