Firefly flight from Subang aborts landing at Seletar Airport

A Firefly airplane at Seletar Airport on April 21, 2019.
A Firefly airplane at Seletar Airport on April 21, 2019.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - Heavy rain and low visibility forced pilots of a Firefly flight to abort a landing at Seletar Airport.

Flight FY3132, which left Subang airport at 5.10pm on Monday (April 29) and was scheduled to arrive at Seletar at 6.30pm, was instead diverted to Senai Airport in Johor, The Straits Times found out.

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