Pictured (excluding Firefly crew, L-R): Ms Alicia Chen, Associate General Manager, Market Development, CAG; Mr See Seng Wan, General Manager, Seletar Airport, CAG; Mr Tan Lye Teck, Executive Vice President, Airport Management, CAG; Mr Philip See, Chief Executive Officer, Firefly; Mr Koo Kee Wai, Head of Marketing & Communications, Firefly; Ms Norhayati Sufira Ibrahim, Head of Strategy & Digital, Firefly on 13 June 2022 when Firefly resumed service from Subang to Seletar Airport.

Firefly flies 4 times daily between Subang and Singapore

Firefly is offering 4x daily flights between Subang Airport and Seletar Airport in Singapore from 22 August 2022. The low-cost arm of Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) resumed services between Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang (SZB) and Seletar Airport (XSP) on 13 Jun 2022 after over two years of suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic and border closure. Twice-daily flights operated by ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft with a capacity of 72 seats returned to service.

Pictured (excluding Firefly crew, L-R): Ms Alicia Chen, Associate General Manager, Market Development, CAG; Mr See Seng Wan, General Manager, Seletar Airport, CAG; Mr Tan Lye Teck, Executive Vice President, Airport Management, CAG; Mr Philip See, Chief Executive Officer, Firefly; Mr Koo Kee Wai, Head of Marketing & Communications, Firefly; Ms Norhayati Sufira Ibrahim, Head of Strategy & Digital, Firefly on 13 June 2022 when Firefly resumed service from Subang to Seletar Airport.
Pictured (excluding Firefly crew, L-R): Ms Alicia Chen, Associate General Manager, Market Development, CAG; Mr See Seng Wan, General Manager, Seletar Airport, CAG; Mr Tan Lye Teck, Executive Vice President, Airport Management, CAG; Mr Philip See, Chief Executive Officer, Firefly; Mr Koo Kee Wai, Head of Marketing & Communications, Firefly; Ms Norhayati Sufira Ibrahim, Head of Strategy & Digital, Firefly on 13 June 2022 when Firefly resumed service from Subang to Seletar Airport. (Source – Firefly)

Flights between Singapore and Subang are 1 hour 20 minutes long. Flights depart Subang at 7.10am, 9.40am, 12.55pm and 2.55pm. Return flights from Singapore depart at 9am, 11.30am, 2.45pm and 4.45pm.

Customers enjoy the convenience of city airports, increased flight frequencies, 20kg complimentary baggage allowance, fast check-in and boarding and complimentary in-flight refreshments onboard its ATR 72-500. The airline also provides customers with more value and convenience with the available bundled service offering from Plus, Extra or Flex fares. The offers include a 25KG baggage allowance, flight changes, priority boarding, seat selection, travel insurance and many more. Enrich members will be able to earn and burn points for every journey taken.

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport is the perfect connecting point to the city for leisure and business passengers, convenient for everyone connecting within reach to Kuala Lumpur city and various attractions.

The airline celebrated its 15th anniversary earlier this year by launching its new Boeing 737-800s from Penang (PEN)to Johor Bahru (JHB), Kota Kinabalu (BKI) and Kuching (KCH).

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