Operating indicators for November 2011
Changi Airport handled 3.89 million passenger movements in November 2011, an increase of 7.4% over the same month last year. In the first 11 months of the year, more than 42 million passenger movements were registered, almost on par with the total number passing through Changi Airport for the whole of 2010. Aircraft movements grew in tandem by 15.9%, clocking close to 26,000 movements.
Travel the World at Changi Airport!
Dreaming of visiting the world’s greatest landmarks and experiencing firsthand their awe-inspiring grandeur? This festive season, Changi Airport is giving its visitors a magical experience by recreating some of the world’s greatest sights!
Sixth Changi Millionaire finalist hails from Holland
SINGAPORE, 30 November 2011 – If Dutchman Dr Mohamed Reda Akdim was dreaming about a million dollar fortune in his sleep, he’s one step nearer to fulfilling his dream. His purchase of an Omega watch at Changi Airport has made him the October finalist for the ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ shopping promotion.
Singapore now connected to all nine other ASEAN countries
Singapore Changi Airport welcomes the arrival of Lao Airlines from Vientiane, the 11th new city link for Changi this year. With the commencement of thrice-weekly services between Singapore and Vientiane, Changi Airport is now connected via direct flights to all nine of Singapore's ASEAN neighbours.
Operating indicators for October 2011
Singapore Changi Airport registered 3.88 million passenger movements last month, 8.3% more than the corresponding period last year. At the same time, Changi handled 26,270 aircraft movements, surpassing the 26,000 mark for the first time and registering a new monthly record in terms of aircraft movements.
More seats to Northeast and Southeast Asia from Changi Airport
The Northern-Winter 2011/12 season which starts this week sees an additional 280 weekly flights and 30,000 weekly one-way seats being made available at Singapore Changi Airport to Southeast and Northeast Asia, cementing Changi’s position as a major gateway to the region.
Young Australian professional is 5th Millionaire finalist
Business trip to Singapore turned out to be the start of an exciting adventure.
Lufthansa A380 begins scheduled operations at Changi Airport
Singapore Changi Airport welcomes the commencement of Lufthansa’s A380 operations from Singapore to Frankfurt, the newest addition to Changi’s growing list of A380-connected destinations. With a total of 188 weekly A380 flights to nine major cities, Changi Airport is the world’s busiest multi-carrier A380 hub.
Changi Airport celebrates new A380 connection to Germany
In celebration of Lufthansa’s inaugural A380 service from Singapore, visitors can immerse in uniquely German fun and festivities at Changi Airport over the next two weeks. From 31 October 2011, Lufthansa will operate a daily A380 service between Singapore and Frankfurt, joining Singapore Airlines and Qantas in making Changi the world's busiest multi-carrier A380 hub.
Operating indicators for September 2011
Singapore Changi Airport handled 3.82 million passenger movements in September 2011, an increase of 12.5% over the same month last year. Aircraft movements grew in tandem, increasing 16.4% to 25,500 movements during the month.
Vladivostok Air connects Singapore to the Russian Far East
SINGAPORE, 24 October 2011 – Singapore Changi Airport welcomes the arrival of Russian carrier Vladivostok Air. One of Russia’s most established airlines, Vladivostok Air will operate twice-weekly services between Singapore and Vladivostok via Hong Kong. Vladivostok, in the Russian Far East, is the ninth new city link for Changi this year.
With growing trade and tourism ties between Singapore
Thai entrepreneur is August Winner of Millionaire Draw
SINGAPORE, 3 October 2011 – It was Ms Korrawan Wangsathaporn, a Thai businesswoman’s first trip to Singapore and the visit has just become even more memorable for her. Her purchase of skincare and cosmetic products at Changi Airport has made her the August finalist of the ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw, giving her a one-in-seven chance of winning the grand prize of a million dollars cash!
Operating indicators for August 2011
Singapore Changi Airport handled 3.86 million passenger movements in August 2011, an increase of 11.2% over the same month last year. Aircraft movements grew in tandem by 14.9% with 25,700 movements recorded during the month. Year-to-date, passenger movements grew 11.2% to 30.4 million.
India's IndiGo arrives at Changi Airport
Changi Airport Group welcomes IndiGo as India's largest low-cost carrier commences operations at Changi Airport. IndiGo will operate daily passenger services to New Delhi and it will add a Mumbai-Singapore service in the middle of October. IndiGo will operate at Changi Airport Terminal 2.
Expecting mother may be the next Changi Millionaire
A $100 purchase on duty free items for her husband turns out to be the ticket to a million dollar fortune. Ms Toh Min Keow, a Singaporean 34-year-old homemaker was picked in a lucky draw as the monthly winner of the ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw for the month of July.
Operating indicators for July 2011
Singapore Changi Airport marked its 30th anniversary in July 2011 by handling a record 4.17 million passenger movements during the month. This is an increase of 13.6% compared to July 2010, and surpasses the previous monthly high of 4.06 million passenger movements in December 2010. Year-to-date, passenger movements grew 11.2% to 26.6 million.
July 2011 was also Changi’s busiest month eve
Service goes up another notch at Changi Airport
Roving customer service officers deliver proactive and personalised service; Centralised call centre brings more convenience to customers
Singaporean closer to S$1 million after gift purchase at Changi Airport
A loving gesture to his wife by a Singaporean, has turned out to be a lucky move as well. Mr Teo Teck Seng, a 39-year-old manager, has been picked as the June 2011 monthly winner for the ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw after purchasing a pair of diamond earrings for his wife.
‘Be A Changi Millionaire’ goes to Orchard Road!
Shoppers at Orchard Road were today greeted by an astonishing sight of four aerialists perched on four-metre high poles performing to the beat of classical music. The performance was choreographed to precision by Strange Fruit, a world-renowned Australian performing arts company which brought further excitement of being a ‘Changi Millionaire’ to the heart of Orchard Road, at Ngee Ann City.
First female Changi Millionaire finalist unveiled
Singapore Changi Airport today unveiled Ms Lira Wilson, a 47-year-old Filipina working in Melbourne, Australia as the first and May finalist for its ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ shopping promotion this year. The inaugural Changi Millionaire Draw, which was held in January this year, had six finalists – all men.