SINGAPORE—After a four-month suspension because of a dispute between Malaysia and Singapore, Malaysia LCC Firefly resumed scheduled service between the two countries, with the first flight landing at Singapore’s Seletar Airport Apr. 21. It was the first scheduled operation of Seletar’s new terminal since its November 2018 opening. Firefly’s restarted services involves 2X-daily ATR 72-500 flights between Kuala Lumpur-Subang and Seletar through Apr. 28. From Apr. 29, ...

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