Apr 25, 2022


Now holidaymakers from Singapore can fly direct from Seletar Airport to Redang Airport with Berjaya Air.

KUALA LUMPUR, 15 APRIL 2022 – Following the reopening of international borders in Malaysia, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts (“BHR”) launches new international route between Singapore and Malaysia via Berjaya Air (“BAir”). Now holidaymakers from Singapore can fly direct from Seletar Airport to Redang Airport. The entire flight journey only takes approximately one hour and twenty minutes, greatly reducing the total travelling time from Singapore to Redang Island.

Travellers from Singapore who look forward to experience the crystal-clear waters and white powdery sands of the award-winning The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort can complement their holidays by booking an Enchanting Redang Escapade experience. It starts from SGD2,096 (MYR6,288) nett per person per package and consists of a 4D3N accommodation with return flight, hygiene pack, daily meals, welcome evening cocktail, recreational activities and exclusive merchandise. All-in, the exclusivity of this flight entitles guests access to the Seletar Business Aviation Centre, a 15kg check-in luggage allowance per person, express boarding and refreshments on board with the warmest hospitality.

Since its inception, Berjaya Air’s Jojo Flight has further enhanced regional air connectivity to the island and reduced travelling time with its weekly daytime-charter flights to Redang Island. Furthermore, it prioritises on all its passenger’s safety, privacy and a seamless journey where guests need not wait in long queues to check in or when collecting their luggage. Guests can always depend on the airline’s operations and ground staff who are fully committed to assisting them with their needs and to ensure that they travel comfortably.

“The Seletar – Redang route is a direct flight. Guests have the pleasure of experiencing a lavish and stylish VIP treatment on Jojo Flight from the moment they check-in at the airport. It is also the one and only direct flight from Singapore to Redang Island,” said Mr Pravir Mishra, Area General Manager of The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort.

Passengers travelling on board Jojo Flight are advised to abide by all COVID-19 travel procedures of both countries. In addition, the airline promises to keep adopting the highest safety and hygiene standards across all end-to-end touchpoints.

Guests are also welcome to travel on their own terms to experience unparalleled flexibility by chartering flights to Redang Island and enjoy a hassle-free journey when customising their dream vacation.

For more information, please visit www.thetaaras.com.


Media Contacts:
Maizura Mahathir
Manager, Corporate Marketing & Communications
Berjaya Hotels & Resorts
+ 60 (3) 2149 1942

Jocelyn Yee
Director of Aviation
Berjaya Hotels & Resorts
+ 60 (3) 2149 1890


Berjaya Hotels & Resorts is a member of the Berjaya Corporation Group of Companies, a public listed Malaysian diversified consumer group with interests across various business sectors. Presently, the group manages Berjaya properties in Malaysia, Asia Pacific, United Kingdom and Iceland. From the exotic island resorts of Langkawi, Tioman and Redang, to the city hotels of Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Penang in Malaysia, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts’ prominence extends across borders with the establishment of international hotels and resorts in the Philippines, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Seychelles, the United Kingdom, Japan and Iceland. The group also owns service suites and exclusive golf and country clubs in Malaysia. For more information, please visit www.berjayahotel.com


Berjaya Air Sdn Bhd ("Berjaya Air") was established in 1989 as part of Berjaya Group with scheduled operations based in Subang. Operating solely out of Subang Skypark Terminal, formerly known as the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Berjaya Air owns a mix of private and public aircrafts and helicopters. For more information, please visit www.berjaya-air.com

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