Last year on 14 December 2018, I posted Seletar ILS solution - Kaytee Kaitak Konsep (wakakaka) in which I wrote:
North (top of pic) is Johor, Malaysia
But in today's modern aviation world, the aviator can and should rely on GPS waypoints (positions) to track from TEKONG until positioning the aeroplane for a quick left turn into Seletar. Then the pilot has to do a 'Seletar turn' (akin to the 'Hong Kong turn') but of course to the LEFT for Seletar Runway 21.
Coordination with traffic from Changi and Paya Lebar towards the north will be the problem of Singapore ATC, wakakaka.
Wakakaka, today I read in The Malaysian Insight's Firefly will incur costs to implement GPS approach to Seletar, says Loke (extract):
There will be a cost involved for Malaysia’s Firefly to implement GPS-based instrument approach procedures at Seletar Airport, replacing the Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
He said the GPS approach is a requirement that both Malaysia and Singapore’s Civil Aviation authorities had agreed before.
As I had written in my previous post:
No no no, don't thank me as I consider it my civic duty to save Sing from a 'loss of face' when Malaysia gives them the 'bird' and builds highrise structures in Gudang Pasir that will eff the Runway 21 ILS flightpath, wakakaka.