Thanks to a new agreement between Singapore and Malaysia regarding the flight approach path to Seletar Airport – Singapore’s other commercial airport – commercial flights will begin later this month.

As part of a new agreement, Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan and his Malaysian counterpart Anthony Loke announced that .......

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