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(File pix) The government will soon make an official announcement on the status of Firefly’s services to Singapore, which were suspended last year. Pix by NSTP/Mikail Ong

KUALA LUMPUR: The government will soon make an official announcement on the status of Firefly’s services to Singapore, which were suspended last year, Bernama reported.

“The official announcement will be made soon. We are still finalising the details.

“We hope they can resume their services soon,” said Transport Minister Anthony Loke, on Sunday.

Firefly’s services to Singapore were suspended on Dec 1, 2018, as it had not received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia to move its operations from Changi Airport to the republic’s Seletar Airport.

Firefly, a full subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, operated 20 daily flights from Subang, Ipoh and Kuantan to the island nation.

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