Scoot reconnects S'pore with Sibu and Miri in June


SIBU: Scoot, a Singaporean low-cost carrier, will connect Singapore with Sibu and Miri soon.

Starting in June, the airlines' new Embraer E190-E2 aircraft will fly to these two Sarawak towns.

State Deputy Minister of Public Health, Housing and Local Government Datuk Michael Tiang (pic) expressed excitement over the new air routes into Sarawak.

He said the air routes are part of the efforts from Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office Singapore (Statos) in promoting flight connectivity between Sarawak and the Republics.

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