Sun, 26 May 2019, 3:57 AM
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PUTRAJAYA: The Pakatan Harapan (PH) government, fast approaching its first year of administering the nation, has notched several achievements in the international arena besides seeking solutions to di...
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SINGAPORE: Seletar Airport may not be as busy as Changi Airport.
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SINGAPORE: Firefly’s implementation of the GPS-based instrument approach procedure for the Seletar Airport, replacing the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedure, is expected to cost money said Tr...
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SINGAPORE: There will be a cost involved for Malaysia’s Firefly in implementing the GPS-based instrument approach procedures for Seletar Airport, replacing the instrument landing system (ILS) proced...
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SINGAPORE: Malaysian budget carrier Firefly has resumed flights to the Seletar airport here after a five-month break due to an airspace dispute between Malaysia and Singapore.
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Comment by Wong Chun Wai IT’S good news, not just for Malaysia Airlines Berhad, but for many Malaysians who prefer to use the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang to fly to Singapore.
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KUALA LUMPUR (April 12): Malaysia’s premium short-haul airline, Firefly, will resume its flights to Singapore from April 21.
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PUTRAJAYA (Apr 10): Both Malaysia and Singapore are committed to resolve the issues surrounding maritime and airspace boundaries between the two countries in a peaceful manner, without causing further...
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PUTRAJAYA (Apr 9): Both Malaysia and Singapore are committed to resolve the issues surrounding maritime and airspace boundaries between the two countries in a peaceful manner, without causing further ...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Singapore may consider arbitration to resolve the long-standing water price issue, involving both countries.
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Malaysia is ready to handle its airspace in southern Johor which was delegated to Singapore in 1974, Transport Minister Anthony Loke said today.
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Firefly will resume its flights to Singapore from April 21 following the republic's withdrawal of its Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport.At a joint press conference with Si...
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SEPANG: Malaysia is ready to handle its airspace in southern Johor which was delegated to Singapore in 1974, Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said today.
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SEPANG (April 8): Malaysia is ready to manage its airspace over southern Johor after delegating the task to Singapore 45 years ago, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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SEPANG: Firefly will resume its flights to Singapore from April 21 following the republic's withdrawal of its Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport.
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PETALING JAYA: Firefly, which suspended its flights to Singapore’s Seletar Airport since December, will resume the route this month after Malaysia and Singapore reached an agreement over an airspace dispute between both countries.Under the agreement, Singapore will withdraw the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport.
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KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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PUTRAJAYA (April 6): Malaysia and Singapore have agreed that in the spirit of bilateral cooperation, Singapore will withdraw the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport while M...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Singapore have agreed that in the spirit of bilateral cooperation, Singapore will withdraw the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport while Malaysia wil...
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Malaysia and Singapore have agreed that in the spirit of bilateral cooperation, Singapore will withdraw the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport while Malaysia will indefinit...
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PETALING JAYA: Singapore has agreed to withdraw the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for Seletar Airport.
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KUALA LUMPUR, April 6 — The Firefly airline may now fly from Singapore’s Seletar airport after Malaysia and the republic struck an agreement to end the airspace dispute between both countries.
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PETALING JAYA: Firefly will resume its flights to Singapore's Seletar airport from this month following Singapore's withdrawal of the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for the airport.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Firefly is set to resume its services to Singapore soon after matters over the use of the instrument landing system (ILS) at the Seletar Airport are sorted out.
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KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysian carrier Firefly will soon know whether it can resume its services to Singapore, the country's Transport Minister Anthony Loke said yesterday.
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian carrier Firefly will soon know whether it can resume its services to Singapore, the country's Transport Minister Anthony Loke said on Sunday (March 31).
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Singapore is prepared to settle the water agreement dispute with Malaysia through a third party.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore has been "clear and consistent" over its position that Malaysia has lost the right to review the price of water under the 1962 Water Agreement, said Singapore's Ministry of Foreig...
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SINGAPORE: Singapore is committed to resolving the ongoing bilateral issues with Malaysia in an “amicable and constructive manner”, and in strict accordance with bilateral agreements and internati...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 22): Talks on the 1962 Water Agreement between Singapore and Malaysia are on a positive note and the government is optimistic about it even though more time is needed before it can b...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Talks on the 1962 Water Agreement between Singapore and Malaysia are on a positive note and the government is optimistic about it even though more time is needed before it can be finalis...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 21 ― Talks on the 1962 Water Agreement between Singapore and Malaysia are on a positive note and the government is optimistic about it even though more time is needed before it can...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 21): Talks on the 1962 Water Agreement between Singapore and Malaysia are on a positive note and the Government is optimistic about it even though more time is needed before it can b...
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Discussions related to the 1962 Water Agreement between Singapore and Malaysia were “overshadowed” by maritime and airspace issues, according to Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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SINGAPORE: The Attorneys-General of Singapore and Malaysia met in December last year for water talks, but the discussions were "overshadowed" by new maritime and airspace issues, said a spokesperson f...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 — Discussions between Singapore and Malaysia to review their water agreement have been “overshadowed” by issues of territorial waters and airspace, the Singaporean governmen...
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SINGAPORE - A Malaysian government vessel, Polaris, has collided with a Greek vessel in Singapore territorial waters off Tuas.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 29): The Malaysia and Singapore Working Group has met in Putrajaya yesterday to discuss maritime issues surrounding the Johor Bahru Port Limits and Singapore Port Limits.
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A joint working group looking at the maritime boundaries dispute between Singapore and Malaysia met in Putrajaya, Malaysia, yesterday and had "constructive discussions on a set of positive recommendat...
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SINGAPORE - A joint working group looking at the maritime boundaries dispute between Singapore and Malaysia met in Putrajaya, Malaysia on Monday (Jan 28), and had "constructive discussions on a set of...
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SINGAPORE (Jan 26): Singapore has accepted a Malaysian counter-proposal for the extension of the mutual suspension of the Seletar Instrument Landing System (ILS) and Pasir Gudang Restricted Area (RA) ...
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Singapore and Malaysia have agreed to extend their mutual suspension of two measures to March 31 while the two countries thrash out airspace issues.
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SINGAPORE (Bernama): Singapore has accepted a Malaysian counter-proposal over the extension of the mutual suspension of the Seletar Instrument Landing System (ILS) and Pasir Gudang Restricted Area (RA) until end of March and not May as originally proposed by the republic.
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SINGAPORE (Jan 25): Singapore has accepted a Malaysian counter-proposal for the extension of the mutual suspension of the Seletar Instrument Landing System (ILS) and Pasir Gudang Restricted Area (RA) ...
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PETALING JAYA: Singapore today agreed to Malaysia’s proposal to shorten the mutual suspension of Instrument Landing System (ILS) at the Seletar Airport and Restricted Area (RA) over Pasir Gudang to ...
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has issued a counter proposal to Singapore to shorten the suspension period of the restricted area over Pasir Gudang and the new landing procedures at Seletar Airport, says Anthony Loke.
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has proposed a shorter period in the suspension of two measures related to airspace issues after Singapore suggested extending it until May 31, Malaysian Transport Minister Ant...
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SINGAPORE (Jan 24): Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke said he had a “fruitful and constructive” meeting with his Singaporean counterpart Khaw Boon Wan yesterday.
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SINGAPORE: Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook said he had a “fruitful and constructive” meeting with his Singaporean counterpart Khaw Boon Wan here this morning.
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Transport Minister Anthony Loke said he had a “fruitful and constructive” meeting with his Singaporean counterpart Khaw Boon Wan this morning.
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SINGAPORE (Jan 23): Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke said he had a “fruitful and constructive” meeting with his  Singaporean counterpart Khaw Boon Wan this morning.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore has suggested extending the mutual suspension of Malaysia’s restricted area over Pasir Gudang and Singapore’s Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures at Seletar Airport, Tr...
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SINGAPORE - Singapore and Malaysia are "making headway" and communicating over the ongoing maritime and airspace disputes.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore and Malaysia officials will meet “in the coming weeks” to discuss ongoing disputes about airspace and maritime issues, Malaysia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Saturda...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said today.
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said in statement today.
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Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said in statement today.
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 19 — Malaysia is committed to resolving bilateral issues with Singapore in a peaceful and calm manner, Wisma Putra said in statement today.
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PETALING JAYA: Retailers in Johor Bahru and Melaka are continuing to receive customers from Singapore despite the current tension between the republic and Malaysia, according to the Malaysian Retailer...
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COMMENTARY, Jan 12 — All things considered, the recent bilateral talk between our Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah and his Singapore counterpart Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was a victory for M...
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SINGAPORE : “Keep an open mind, live beyond dispute, and cooperate.” That would be the sensible hope of every citizen of Malaysia and Singapore, regardless of their background, for their leaders...
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The suspension of Firefly's direct flights from Malaysia to Singapore following the airspace standoff between the two countries would cost the Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) up to RM20 million a month.
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian carrier Firefly has projected that it will incur monthly losses of up to RM20 million (S$6.6 million) due to the suspension of its direct flights to Singapore following the ai...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 10): The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of t...
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KUALA LUMPUR : The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of the instrument l...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says it is important for Malaysia and Singapore to reach an agreement over airspace issues, following a bilateral meeting with his Singapore counterpa...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 10 — The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of the...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 9): The next course of action after the one-month postponement of Malaysia’s permanent restricted area (RA) over Pasir Gudang airspace and Singapore’s implementation of the instr...
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Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's audience with Johor ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar tomorrow will not touch on issues pertaining to the country's ties with Singapore, says Foreign Ministe...
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SINGAPORE (Jan 9): Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to immediately and simultaneously suspend measures that led to friction over airspace at the border of the two countries.
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SINGAPORE: Malaysia and Singa­pore have agreed for both sides to immediately and simultaneously suspend Malaysia’s permanent restricted area over Pasir Gudang and Singapore’s implementation of the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedure for Seletar Airport.
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SINGAPORE: It is important for Singapore and Malaysia to find win-win solutions that benefit the people of both countries, said Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (Jan 8) following a meeting ...
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SINGAPORE : Malaysia and Singapore today agreed for both sides to immediately and simultaneously suspend Malaysia’s permanent restricted area over Pasir Gudang and Singapore’s implementation of th...
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Malaysia and Singapore today agreed to immediately and simultaneously suspend the former's permanent restricted area over Pasir Gudang, and the latter's implementation of the Instrument Landing System...
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SINGAPORE (Jan 8): Malaysia and Singapore today agreed for both sides to immediately and simultaneously suspend Malaysia's permanent restricted area over Pasir Gudang and Singapore’s implementation ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 — Singapore has agreed to suspend usage of the instrument landing system (ILS) for its Seletar Airport that affects the airspace over southern Johor, following a bilateral meetin...
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia remains committed to its stance that aircraft landing at Singapore's Seletar Airport cannot use Malaysian airspace over Pasir Gudang, Johor.
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Malaysia maintains its stand that aircraft landing at the Seletar airport in Singapore should not do so from Malaysian airspace at Pasir Gudang, Johor.
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PUTRAJAYA : The Malaysian and Singapore Foreign Ministers will meet in the island nation on Jan 8 to discuss issues arising between the two countries, including airspace and maritime boundaries.
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PUTRAJAYA (Jan 4): The Malaysian and Singapore Foreign Ministers will meet in Singapore on Jan 8 to discuss issues arising between the two countries, including airspace and maritime boundaries.
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KUANTAN: Malaysia will meet Singapore on Jan 8 over the dispute on airspace following the republic’s plans to install the instrument landing system (ILS) for Seletar Airport which is feared to affect development in Pasir Gudang.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore has raised concerns over Malaysia's establishment of a permanent restricted area in the airspace over Pasir Gudang with effect from Jan 2, Singapore's Ministry of Transport (MO...
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KUANTAN (Jan 1): The dispute between Malaysia and Singapore over airspace will be discussed on Jan 8, said Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (pix) said Monday the republic will deal with all new and outstanding matters with Malaysia “calmly and constructively”.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the republic would deal with all new and outstanding matters with Malaysia “calmly and constructively”.
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Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said today the republic will deal with all new and outstanding matters with Malaysia "calmly and constructively".
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SINGAPORE - Issues with Malaysia will be dealt with "calmly and constructively" by Singapore, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.