Firefly will incur costs to implement GPS approach to Seletar, says Loke

Transport Minister Anthony Loke with other officials before departing on Firefly's inaugural flight to Singapore's Seletar Airport today. – Facebook pic, April 21, 2019.

THERE will be a cost involved for Malaysia’s Firefly to implement GPS-based instrument approach procedures at Seletar Airport, replacing the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

He said the GPS approach is a requirement that both Malaysia and Singapore’s Civil Aviation authorities had agreed before.

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