Temporary closure of Jewel Changi Airport and restricted access to Changi Airport passenger terminal buildings
Changi Airport remains open for air travel
Following 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.
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Changi Airport concessionaires to receive 50% rental rebates
Retail, food & beverage (F&B) and service concessionaires at Changi Airport will receive rental assistance under the Singapore Budget 2020 Stabilisation and Support Package (SSP) for the aviation sector.
Operating Indicators for January 2016
Singapore Changi Airport started the year on a strong note, handling 4.86 million passenger movements in January 2016, a 10% year-on-year increase.
Changi Airport crowns 52-year-old Irishwoman as its newest millionaire!
A 52-year-old Irishwoman thought that her unforgettable family holiday to Australia via Singapore ended when she returned home to London last July. Little did she expect that a million-dollar windfall would be the icing on her memorable trip just a few months later.
Operating Indicators for November 2015
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.64 million passenger movements in November 2015, an increase of 5.0% year-on-year. Aircraft movements were also 2.5% higher with 28,730 landings and takeoffs. Cargo shipments improved 2.5% to 160,500 tonnes, compared to the same period last year.
Operating Indicators for October 2015
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport grew 2.5% year-on-year in October 2015, with 4.60 million passengers travelling through the airport. There was an increase of 1.8% in airfreight movements, with 162,500 tonnes of cargo handled during the month. Aircraft landings and takeoffs increased by 4.3% to 29,610, the highest mark thus far this year.
Star Wars X-wing and TIE fighter land at Singapore Changi Airport
Look no further, Star Wars fans. To kick start its annual year-end festive celebrations, Changi Airport is bringing a part of the galaxy far, far away to fans, travellers and visitors alike, with two of the film series’ iconic starfighters landing in Singapore for the very first time.
Changi Airport extends online shopping to arriving passengers
Shopping for wines and spirits, and cosmetics and perfumes at Changi Airport has become even more convenient with the introduction of iShopChangi’s collection-on-arrival service.
Operating Indicators for August 2015
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport grew 6.6% year-on-year in August 2015, with 4.96 million passengers passing through the airport. Air traffic movements also grew, with a total of 29,610 landings and take-offs recorded during the month, or 4.4% more compared to a year ago.
Operating Indicators for July 2015
Singapore Changi Airport handled some 4.89 million passenger movements in July 2015, an uplift of 6.8% from last year, registering the highest year-on-year growth in monthly passenger traffic so far this year. In tandem, flight movements rose 4.3% to 29,400. During the month, 147,500 tonnes of airfreight were processed at Changi, a 4.8% decrease on-year.
Operating Indicators for June 2015
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport increased 1.0% in June 2015, with 4.70 million passengers passing through the airport. This was Changi Airport’s busiest month so far this year. In terms of flight movements, a total of 28,530 aircraft landings and take-offs were recorded during the month, a growth of 1.4% year-on-year.
Operating Indicators for May 2015
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.48 million passenger movements in May 2015, a growth of 2.6% compared to the same period in 2014. Flight movements increased by 0.4% to 29,000. During the month, 157,000 tonnes of airfreight were processed at Changi, a 0.3% decrease year-on-year.
Operating Indicators for April 2015
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.39 million passenger movements in April 2015, up 0.2% from a year ago. On the cargo front, airfreight shipments at Changi grew 1.6% to 153,400 tonnes. However, there were fewer aircraft landings and takeoffs during the month, down 0.4% on-year to 28,260.
DFS unveils new Wines and Spirits flagship store at Changi Airport
DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, today opens its spectacular new wines and spirits flagship duplex store – the first of its kind in the world – at Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 3. At 11,400 square feet across two floors, the store is DFS Group’s largest single retail space for wines, spirits and tobacco.
Singapore-themed instant prizes for Changi Millionaire 2015
As Singapore celebrates its 50th anniversary (SG50), a taste of Singapore and a touch of Changi Airport are what Singaporeans and travellers can go home with over the next six months. In a collaboration with local designers, Changi Airport Group is offering a set of six exclusive premiums as instant prizes in the latest instalment of Changi Airport’s ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ campaign.
Operating Indicators for March 2015
SINGAPORE, 27 April 2015 – Singapore Changi Airport recorded 4.54 million passenger movements in March 2015, 0.9% higher than a year ago. Aircraft movements were 1.2% fewer with 28,800 landings and take-offs, and cargo movements fell 4.2% to 162,700 tonnes.
Operating Indicators for February 2015
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport grew 0.3% on-year in February 2015, with 4.12 million passengers passing through the airport. There was a 7.3% increase in airfreight movements to 136,000 tonnes of cargo processed during the month. Aircraft movements decreased by 1.0% to 26,490.
SIA and CAG extend successful Changi Transit Programme partnership
Under the extension of the Changi Transit Programme to 31 March 2016, Singapore Airlines or SilkAir customers who transit through Changi Airport on either carrier can redeem a Changi Dollar Voucher (CDV) of $20 or $40 value, depending on their point of origin. Customers who are connecting on select Air New Zealand-operated flights to or from Auckland can also redeem the CDV.