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Dates announced for inter airport South East Asia 2017 exhibition

Airport news  •  22 July 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

Dates have been revealed for the 5th inter airport South East Asia exhibition held at the Singapore Expo in 2017.

A Focus on Singapore Changi Airport

Issue 3 2010  •  9 June 2010  •  Mr Foo Sek Min, Executive Vice President (Airport Management), CAG

It has been an eventful 18 months for Singapore Changi Airport. A key development – the corporatisation of the airport – took place on 1 July 2009, with the formation of Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the restructuring of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Moving forward, CAG and CAAS will work together to further develop Singapore as a leading global air hub.

Design and preparation for smooth baggage handling operations

Issue 1 2010, Past issues  •  22 February 2010  •  Koh Ming Sue, Director, Engineering & Master Planning Division, Changi Airport Group and Mr Lim Yi , Executive Engineer, Specialised Airport Systems, Changi Airport Group

Changi Airport's latest passenger handling facility, Terminal 3, opened in January 2008. Designed with spectacular architecture, lush natural light-filled ambience and superb effici­ency, this ultra modern facility has an annual handling capacity of 22 million passengers, boosting the total handling capacity of Changi Airport to 70 million passengers per year. Currently, six airlines operate from Terminal 3, including the national carrier, Singapore Airlines which operates from both Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

Premier aviation hub of the region

Issue 3 2007, Past issues  •  7 June 2007  •  Mr Goh Yong Long, Director of Marketing and Communications, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)

The rapid growth in the air transport industry has been a driving force towards the development of civil aviation and airport operations in Singapore since the early 1900s. Over the years, Singapore has seen the development of three airports, namely Seletar Airport, Kallang Airport and Paya Lebar Airport, to cater to the unprecedented demand for air transport / travel.

A budget terminal for budget airlines

Issue 2 2006, Past issues  •  16 June 2006  •  Foo Sek Min, Director, Airport Management, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore

Low Cost Carriers may be a familiar sight at airports in the US and Europe but in Asia they are an emerging trend, with competition just starting to heat up. Airports that traditionally served hub-and-spoke carriers are now having to re-think how to cater to different needs.


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