Seletar Airport has commenced operations at its new passenger terminal.

Spread across 10,000 sqm space, the new terminal features four checkin counters in the departure hall, more space for arrival immigration, baggage claim and a meeting space for quick interactions.

Travellers can enjoy refreshments and quick bites at the café in the departure area or relax in the garden courtyard.

See Seng Wan, General Manager, Seletar Airport, said, “We are pleased that the new passenger terminal is operationally ready on schedule. It will provide better comfort to passengers and visitors, in a pleasant terminal that is easy to use. With the new facilities, we look forward to providing a new level of travel experience to our passengers at Seletar Airport.”

Along with managing the scheduled commercial flights, the new two-storey terminal is also handling the turboprop flights as well.

However, Malaysia Airlines subsidiary Firefly, which was supposed to shift operations from Changi Airport to Seletar Airport, has reportedly suspended all flights to Singapore as it is yet to receive an approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) to relocate. The issue is being directly linked to Malaysia’s ongoing objection over the implementation of Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures at Seletar Airport.