Jet Valet confirms receiving crash report

KUALA LUMPUR: Jet Valet Sdn Bhd confirmed receiving a report on the incident in which an aeroplane belonging to the company crashed in Elmina, Shah Alam, yesterday.

The company said it is still waiting for confirmation from the authorities on the incident and pledged to give its full cooperation in the investigation.

“Currently, Jet Valet can’t confirm any other details.“All the latest information and developments will be announced from time to time,” it said in a statement yesterday.

On its website, Jet Valet said the company offered a wide range of private air travel solutions and private jet services that are flexible, luxurious and affordable.

It also said Jet Valet was formed during the Covid-19 pandemic consisting of former airline professionals, and operating various jets and that it was a subsidiary of Koperasi Amanah Pelaburan Berhad (KAPB).

Meanwhile, the exit and entrance to Elmina Inter- change on the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE) Highway have been temporarily closed.

Prolintas Group of Companies, in a statement, said the road will remain closed until the crash site has been cleared and investigation is completed.

Highway users are advised to use alternative routes.

For inquiries, users may contact Prolintas hotline at 1800 22 8888.

Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Elmina Plane Crash


Next In Nation

Early morning storm destroys seven houses in Kubang Pasu
48 houses damaged by storms in Perlis
Skipper of capsized fishing boat found drowned off Tanjung Segenting
Immediate approval for eligible transport providers under SKDS, says Armizan
Malaysia needs to commit to solving Asean's 'Gaza', says former foreign minister
Over 3,000 personnel deployed to prevent profiteering
Millions lost to scammers posing as NSRC officials
A duel between two local personalities
Hidden plastic deep in the ground
New rules for trishaw riders after tourists’ feedback

Others Also Read