S$15 million support to help aviation workers adjust to enhanced measures
No new cases involving airport workers since 20 May 2021; Changi Airport Passenger Terminal Buildings and Jewel Changi Airport on track to reopen safely and progressively;Non-invasive breathalyser testing to be progressively introduced for airport workersFollowing the detection of COVID-19 cases at Changi Airport, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group (CAG) have
Changi Airport steps up measures to further protect airport workers and keep passengers safe
Additional layers added to Changi’s existing Covid-19 defencesMeasures include new zoning concept for operations to ring-fence workers in high-risk zone, enhanced PPE protocols and more robust testing regime SINGAPORE, 24 May 2021– Changi Airport Group (CAG), working closely with the authorities, today announced significant measures that it is implementing in the airport’s terminals to ensure that
Update on measures in Changi Airport to safeguard public health
Additional measures put in place at the airport to protect workers and the community; Nearly 19,000 workers tested, 10 tested positive for COVID-19;Changi Airport Passenger Terminal Buildings and Jewel to remain closed to publicBoosting Our Defences Given the emergence of a more transmissible COVID-19 strain, we are boosting our defences against the virus at Changi Airport. Our airport wo
Temporary closure of Jewel Changi Airport and restricted access to Changi Airport passenger terminal buildings
Changi Airport remains open for air travelFollowing the detection of COVID-19 cases at Changi Airport, all workers in Changi Airport’s Terminals 1 and 3, and Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel), have been undergoing mandatory COVID-19 tests in a special testing operation starting 9 May 2021. This is to quickly detect, isolate and treat any potential COVID-19 cases in the airport community. 2. Wh
Changi Airport steps up precautionary measures
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group (CAG), in consultation with the Ministry of Health (MOH), are stepping up measures to strengthen our defence against COVID-19. Our frontline workers at the airport have been doing their best to secure Singapore’s borders while ensuring that Singapore stays connected to the world even during the pandemic. 2. However
Changi Airport launches a new travel companion for passengers
Planning air travel into Singapore during Covid-19 is now easier and more seamless with the launch of the new Safe Travel Concierge (STC) by Changi Airport Group (CAG). This online concierge service lets passengers book their on-arrival Covid-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test and check that they have completed all pre-travel requirements at the palm of their hand for a safe and smooth entry.
Changi Jurassic Mile lights up this festive season
Adding to the festivities at Changi Airport this year, Changi Jurassic Mile gets a spectacular glow-up, featuring eye-catching festive lights and displays with Dino Dazzle. Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Transport, officiated the launch at Jurassic Mile.
Changi Airport unveils its year-end festive event Changi Festive Village
Get set for a fun-filled escapade at Changi Airport and Jewel Changi Airport this year-end with the airport’s annual festive event. Step into Changi Festive Village to experience a galore of exhilarating and first-time activities.
Changi Airport opens new connector linking to East Coast Park and the nationwide Park Connector Network
Changi Airport Group (CAG) today opened the Changi Airport Connector, a 3.5-kilometre cycling and jogging path that links Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the Park Connector Network (PCN). Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Transport, officiated at the opening.
Towards a safer journey through Changi Airport
Changi Airport has begun transforming the passenger experience with new contactless and cleaning innovations for a safer, but yet seamless, airport journey. These measures will be rolled out airport-wide in preparation for when air travel into and out of Singapore gradually resumes.
Factsheet: Changi Airport prepared to receive transit passengers
Changi Airport Group has set up new Transit Holding Areas in Terminals 1 and 3 as it prepares for the gradual resumption of transit passenger services through Changi Airport.
Changi Airport further consolidates terminal operations
Following the suspension of operations in Terminal 2, Changi Airport’s terminal operations will be consolidated further to optimise resources in tandem with the sharp decline in flight movements because of the global Covid-19 pandemic. This move will enable Changi Airport Group and its airport partners to continue to save on running costs such as utilities and cleaning.