Malaysian cargo carrier Transmile Air will begin operating at Singapore Changi Airport, seeing a market opportunity to carry bulky oil and gas equipment. Transmile Air, the first airline to begin operations to Changi this year, will operate three weekly return scheduled cargo flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur via Kuching and Labuan in East Malaysia from April 10. The carrier will fly the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore-Kuching-Labuan-Kuala Lumpur route on Tuesdays, Thursdays and ...


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