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Firefly Resumes Operations between Subang and Koh Samui

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Firefly Resumes Operations between Subang and Koh Samui

30 Mar 2010

Subang – Firefly, Your Community Airline, has issued a statement today that flights between Koh Samui and Subang, which were cancelled due to severe flood conditions yesterday, have now resumed as scheduled.

Head of Marketing & Communications, Ms.Angelina Fernandez said, “We understand the inconveniences of our stranded passengers, hence mounted extra flights to ensure these passengers arrive at their intended destination, considering their safety and comfort at all times”.

However, due to uncertain weather conditions in Koh Samui, passengers are advised to ensure their mobile phones are active for notification of flight disruptions, should the weather condition change.

For additional information or current updates on the situation status, please contact our call centre at +603-7845 4543 or visit