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Malaysia seeks return of airspace control amid Singapore flight path dispute


By Rozanna Latiff and Fathin UngkuKUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Malaysia has told Singapore it intends to take back control of airspace that the city-state has managed since 1974 amid a dispute over a flight path to a secondary airport in Singapore, Malaysia's transport minister said on Tuesday.Singapore has put in place a new instrument landing system at its small Seletar airport to be used by turboprops and business jets that involves a flight path over Malaysian airspace without its permission, Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke told parliament.He said the flight path would ...

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First Published: Tue, December 04 2018. 17:00 IST