Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA)

Singapore-based Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA) was founded in 1966 as the
joint national carrier of the Federation of Malaysia and the Republic of
Singapore. Flights within Asia, as well as to Europe, the Middle East,
and Oceania, were operated from hubs at Paya Lebar and Subang. The
bi-national carrier lasted until 1972, when MSA ceased operations and
was furthermore split into two carriers: Malaysia Airlines and Singapore
Airlines – Stephan J. Cox


Singapore Airlines Boeing 707, Bandaranayake International Airport, Colombo (1973) — Douglas Campbell
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