Operating Indicators for November 2014
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.42 million passenger movements in November 2014, a decrease of 1.1% year-on-year. Aircraft movements were 5% lower with 28,000 take-offs and landings. In the same month, 156,500 tonnes of cargo was handled, 2.2% lower than a year ago.
Singapore Changi Airport breaks new ground with Jewel
Lifestyle destination to feature five-storey Forest Valley with majestic waterfall, unique play areas, new retail brands and facilities for travellers
Operating Indicators for October 2014
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport grew 1.9% on-year in October 2014, with 4.49 million passengers passing through the airport. There was a 2.1% increase in airfreight movements, with 159,700 tonnes of cargo handled during the month. Aircraft landings and takeoffs decreased by 3.7% to 28,380.
Changi Airport transforms into an around-the-world winter wonderland this Christmas
SINGAPORE, 13 November 2014 – A sprinkling of snow; a touch of winter and a dazzle of Disney magic will welcome travellers and visitors this Christmas as Changi Airport transforms into a winter wonderland, bringing yuletide festivities to life. Following the popularity of its annual year-end celebrations, Changi Airport will once again be pulling all stops to bring happiness to its visitors.
T1 open-air car park to close on 12 November for redevelopment
The open-air car park fronting Terminal 1 (T1) will be closed for redevelopment on 12 November 2014 (Wednesday), 2.00am. Until the completion of the redevelopment works in 2018, there will be new ground transport arrangements for T1 passengers and visitors.
Operating Indicators for September 2014
SINGAPORE, 27 October 2014 – Singapore
Changi Airport registered 4.25 million passenger movements in September 2014, a
decline of 0.5% year-on-year. Aircraft
landings and takeoffs decreased by 5.0% to 27,020. On the cargo front, 147,800
tonnes of airfreight were processed last month, 2.7% lower than a year before.
During the month, traffic to South Asia and Northeast Asia grew by 11% and
Temporary closure of Changi Airport T1 open-air car park and other ground transport changes to take place over this weekend
• T1 open-air car park to be closed; T1 Car Park relocated to T2 • T1 Arrival pick-up point to be shifted outside T1 Arrival Hall • Instructional videos to guide drivers available on changiairport.com website • Temporary arrangements to take place from 2.00am Friday (17 Oct) to 2.00am Tuesday (21 Oct)
Operating Indicators for August 2014
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport totalled 4.65 million in August 2014, a slight decline of 0.6% year-on-year. In terms of airfreight movements, Changi Airport handled 156,000 tonnes of cargo, an increase of 4.1% compared to a year ago. Aircraft landings and takeoffs decreased by 4.2% to 28,360.
Changi Airport prepares for closure of T1 open-air car park; forthcoming changes to parking and pick-up arrangements
• Open-air T1 Car Park to close next quarter for redevelopment • Changes to transport arrangements for T1 users include relocation of T1 Car Park to T2, and shifting of the Arrival pick-up point • Full-scale dry-run of new arrangements to be held from 17 to 21 Oct 2014 • New South Car Park to be opened on 14 Oct 2014
Changi Airport welcomes MIAT Mongolian Airlines
Ulaanbaatar becomes latest city link in Changi’s network
Airlines to GAIN from long-haul and transfer traffic boost
Rebates and incentives totalling up to S$50 million for airlines; Extension of Changi Transit Programme for passengers
Operating Indicators for July 2014
Singapore Changi Airport handled some 4.58 million passenger movements in July 2014, an increase of 1.0% compared to the same period last year, while flight movements dipped 2.6% to 28,200. During the month, cargo tonnage at Changi registered 155,000 tonnes, representing a decline of 2.4% from a year ago.
Operating Indicators for June 2014
Singapore Changi Airport managed 4.65 million passengers in June 2014, representing the highest number of passenger movements Changi has handled in a month this year.
Singapore’s hawker delicacies brought closer to travellers at Changi Airport
Changi Airport Group (CAG) today issued a foodie alert! Passengers can now partake in Singapore’s national pastime before they fly – feasting on the island’s best-loved hawker cuisine – all in a single stop at the new Singapore Food Street at Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 (T3).
Quick getaways from Singapore made easier with Changi Airport’s new Weekend Escapades mobile app
SINGAPORE, 14 July 2014 – Changi Airport Group (CAG) today launched a refreshed Weekend Escapades mobile app jam-packed with brand new travel tips on 52 destinations within a six-hour flight radius of Singapore, where holiday-makers can now look forward to a different getaway every week.
Operating Indicators for May 2014
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.37 million passenger movements in May 2014, a growth of 2.0% compared to the same period in 2013. Flight movements increased by 1.7% to 28,930. During the month, 157,500 tonnes of airfreight were processed at Changi, a 3.5% increase year-on-year.
Changi Airport named ‘Best Airport in Asia’ for cargo for 28th straight year
SINGAPORE, 17 June 2014 – For the 28th consecutive year, Singapore Changi Airport has been named Best Airport in Asia at the prestigious Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA), held in Shanghai.
Changi Airport revs up the World Cup excitement
As football fans around the world gear up in anticipation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Changi Airport revels in the football fever with live screening of all World Cup matches from 13 June to 14 July 2014 for its passengers.
Changi Airport Group rolls out Growth and Assistance Incentive
Commitment of S$100 million over next year to strengthen the Singapore air hub
Changi Airport trials self-service initiatives
Passengers departing from Changi Airport can look forward to a speedier and more flexible check-in experience as Changi Airport Group commences a phased approach to implementing self-service initiatives in its departure halls. This is part of the Fast and Seamless Travel at Changi (FAST@Changi) programme which CAG plans to roll out progressively at Changi Airport, including in the new Terminal 4.