Changi Airport caps milestone year with contribution to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
For the first time in its 31-year history, Singapore Changi Airport served more than 50 million passenger movements in 2012. To commemorate this historic event, Changi Airport Group (CAG) today announced a special contribution to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (SPMF), through its philanthropic arm, Changi Foundation.
Changi Airport registers more than 50 million passengers in 2012
Singapore Changi Airport will end 2012 with a new milestone in its history, registering more than 50 million passenger movements for the year. This traffic record is reached just two years after Changi Airport crossed the 40-million milestone in 2010.
Layover at Changi brings Australian closer to winning $1 million
The sixth and final shopper to emerge as a finalist for Changi Airport’s ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw in 2012 is a 55-year-old Australian from Melbourne. Mara Cusick, an accounts administrator at a telecommunications consultancy, transited at Changi Airport when she went on a dream vacation to Italy with her husband over September and October this year.
Operating indicators for October 2012
Singapore Changi Airport registered its highest number of passengers for the month of October when 4.27 million movements were recorded last month, 10.0% more than in the same period last year. At the same time, Changi handled 27,600 flight movements, an increase of 5.2% over October 2011.
Luxury watch purchase earns overseas Singaporean a one-in-six chance to be next Changi Millionaire
An overseas Singaporean residing in China has become the fifth finalist in Changi Airport’s 2012 ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw. Mr Sim Why Teck was about to depart for Hong Kong on a Jetstar Asia flight when he made a detour at Gassan Watches to purchase a Tag Heuer watch worth about S$1,700 on behalf of a friend. As a result, he now has a one-in-six chance to win S$1 million in cash.
Introducing: Scoot-Thru with Changi Connects
Scoot, Singapore’s newest low cost carrier, today launched its latest product, Scoot-Thru with Changi Connects, a facilitated transfer service provided in collaboration with Changi Airport Group.
Changi Airport launches inaugural flight to space this Christmas!
Enjoy an out-of-this world Christmas with Angry Birds Space decorations, activities, plush toys, surprising treats and more
Operating indicators for September 2012
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.0 million passenger movements in September 2012, an increase of 4.8% over the same month last year. On a rolling 12-month basis, 49.9 million travellers passed through Changi Airport, representing an increase of 9.7%.
Singaporean in the running to be the next Changi Millionaire
The fourth lucky shopper to emerge as a finalist for Changi Airport’s ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw in 2012 is a Singaporean. Mr Peh Hock Peng, a business development director of an intellectual property firm, shopped at Changi Airport in August before departing for a business trip. The 45-year-old is the first Singaporean to qualify for the finals of the current ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ Draw.
Smoother travelling experience with new iChangi HD app for iPad
With the aim of enhancing the passenger travel experience at Singapore Changi Airport, Changi Airport Group (CAG) has launched the new iChangi HD application for the iPad.
CAG, SIA and SilkAir introduce Changi Transit Programme
Transiting in Singapore just became more attractive with the launch of the Changi Transit Programme. From 1 October 2012 to 31 March 2014, eligible Singapore Airlines and SilkAir customers transiting at Changi Airport will be issued S$20 worth of Changi Dollar Vouchers (CDVs) each.
Changi Airport Group welcomes return of SWISS
Changi Airport Group today warmly welcomed the announcement by Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), the national carrier of Switzerland, of its return to Singapore Changi Airport with the introduction of a daily non-stop service between Zurich and Singapore starting from May 2013.
Operating indicators for August 2012
Singapore Changi Airport handled some 4.28 million passenger movements in August 2012, an increase of 10.9% compared to a year ago. Air traffic movements for the month also grew by 6.5% to 27,400 flights.
For 25th time, Business Traveller names Changi Airport world’s best
A quarter of a century after it first won Business Traveller’s award for Best Airport in the World in 1988, Changi Airport has once again been named the world’s best by readers of the leading travel publication. This 25th consecutive nod is unprecedented in the magazine’s awards history.
Changi Airport Group releases FY2011/12 Annual Report
Changi Airport Group (CAG) today released its annual report for the financial year ended 31 March 2012 (FY11/12). CAG closed the year, its third post-corporatisation, with a strong set of operating results, notwithstanding the uncertain global economic outlook and a challenging operating environment.
Shopper from Hubei, China becomes 3rd Millionaire finalist
Mr Chen Ziwu (陈兹武), a native of Hubei province in China, has become the third lucky shopper at Changi Airport to qualify for the ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ 2012 Grand Draw. The 37-year-old general manager of an American payment solutions company in Beijing was on one of his routine business trips to Singapore in August, when he shopped at Changi Airport.
Terminal 2 prepares to handle more passengers
With the closure of the Budget Terminal (BT) at Singapore Changi Airport on 25 September 2012, airlines currently operating at the terminal – Berjaya Air, Cebu Pacific, Firefly, Mandala Airlines, South East Asian Airlines and Tiger Airways – will move their operations to Terminal 2 on that day.
Changi Airport welcomes Drukair of Bhutan
Changi Airport today welcomed the arrival of Drukair, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bhutan, which is situated in the Himalayas between China and India.
MBA graduate nabs Millionaire chance at Changi Airport
The second finalist of Changi Airport’s ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ 2012 campaign hails from Shanghai, China. Ms Sun Ming (孙明), 27, had completed her postgraduate studies at international graduate business school INSEAD in Singapore, and was on her journey home in late June, when she shopped at Changi Airport.