Jho Low-linked jet still at Seletar, police looking at US ruling

KL govt wants it back but matters may be complicated as several parties involved

A photo taken on Feb 6, 2017 of a Bombardier Global 5000 plane, without a body number, parked on the tarmac of Seletar Airport in Singapore.
A photo taken on Feb 6, 2017 of a Bombardier Global 5000 plane, without a body number, parked on the tarmac of Seletar Airport in Singapore. PHOTO: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE
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A private plane, believed to be owned by fugitive Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho, widely known as Jho Low, is still sitting in a hangar at Seletar Airport where it has been stored for more than two years now.

It is unlikely to leave Singapore any time soon, given that several parties are involved in matters relating to the Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 19, 2019, with the headline Jho Low-linked jet still at Seletar, police looking at US ruling. Subscribe