Changi Airport Group has reopened the southern wing of its newly revamped Terminal 2 departure hall, welcoming back Singapore Airlines, Air India, and Air India Express.
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5 September 2022 | By
Changi Airport has revealed it will reopen the airport’s southern wing of Terminal 2 for departure operations from October 2022.
As India welcomes back the gradual increase in international passengers and travel, Bangalore International Airport has reinstated more than 90 per cent routes compared to pre-COVID-19.
In compliance with safety protocols and with a positive passenger experience a key focus, Mumbai International Airport has welcomed home 181 Indian passengers, including an infant, from Ukraine.
Despite the turbulent aviation environment in 2021, due to COVID-19, Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, recorded its highest-ever cargo tonnage and a significant growth in passenger figures.
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While the runway at Dubai International Airport (DXB) is out of action for much needed refurbishment, traffic at Dubai World Central (DWC) is expected to increase by 700 per cent.
A service starting next month will connect flyers from Birmingham Airport directly to Amritsar in Punjab, the home of the Golden Temple.
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