Malaysian airline, Firefly, has confirmed that the carrier has incurred significant loss following its recent flights suspension to Singapore, which began on December 1. Firefly outgoing chief executive officer Ignatius Ong said Singapore was the airline’s second largest route after Penang, which was scheduled to transfer its operations from Changi Airport to Seletar Airport. The airline’s suspension was made due to the pending approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) for the airline to operate via Seletar Airport, which also requires approvals from Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). The airline plans to resume services once the relevant
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