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Posts tagged 'Lapangan Terbang Sultan Azlan Shah'

YOU Wings inaugural flight launch

Today's post serves as an easy reference for travellers from Ipoh who would like to enjoy the convenience of flying directly from the Ipoh airport. The aviation industry here is definitely growing and there are four airlines serving this airport. Nevertheless, I feel that the companies are still trying to gain a firmer footing in the ... continue reading »

Ipoh Airport Revisited

Apr 18, 2013 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
Sultan Azlan Shah Airport Ipoh

Four months after the Ipoh Airport was declared "completed on schedule", I visited, not so much to check out the new terminal, but to see if there are any updates on flight services. Disappointingly, everything is the same as from my previous visit, more than a year ago. Firefly is still the only airline company ... continue reading »

Fly Ipoh – Singapore

Feb 23, 2012 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Lapangan Terbang Sultan Azlan Shah

Quite a number of readers wrote in asking for information on the Ipoh Airport, so I went to the airport to seek information on flight services. Right now, we only have twice-daily flights to and from Singapore, operated by Firefly, a subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines (MAS). The Ipoh - Medan flight service offered by Unimaju ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (IPH) Ipoh Airport

Jul 29, 2010 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - iPhone
lapangan terbang Sultan Azlan Shah

About two weeks ago, we went to the Lapangan Terbang Sultan Azlan Shah (IPH) for no particular reason. LOL That's Ipoh for you. Everywhere is less than 30 minutes' drive away. Unfortunately, the Sultan Azlan Shah airport was closed and I was quite surprised. I was so looking forward to shooting some night photos of ... continue reading »

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