To support air traffic recovery and meet long-term staffing needs, CAG is investing in robotics technology to automate labour-intensive roles in the outdoor apron environment.
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The new service which is available via the iChangi app is the first of its kind to be launched by an airport in Southeast Asia.
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.
Changi Airport Group has revealed its latest Sustainability Report, ‘Forging A Sustainable Changi’, outlining its sustainable vision, approach and outcomes from the financial year ending 31 March 2022.
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Changi Airport has revealed it will reopen the airport’s southern wing of Terminal 2 for departure operations from October 2022.
As Changi Airport prepares to meet the expected increase in passenger traffic in the months ahead, Changi Airport Group has announced the return of operations in Terminal 2.
Changi Airports International, Vietjet, and SOVICO Group have signed an collaborative agreement worth $1.5 billion, to develop aviation services at airports across Vietnam.
Changi Airport Group has signed an agreement with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Airbus, and Linde to develop a feasibility study for a major hydrogen hub at Singapore Changi Airport.
With the aim to better support individuals with invisible disabilities, Changi Airport Group has launched three new initiatives to create a stress-free and inclusive travel experience for passengers.
100 million Changi Rewards points and Porsche’s first all-electric sports car to be won in Singapore Changi Airport’s new shopping campaign ‘Win With Changi’, launching today (1 November 2021).
Changi Airport has installed new innovative technologies to improve the air quality in its passenger terminals, in order to prevent the spread of the more transmissible COVID-19 variant.
During the inaugural session of the Industry Consultative Forum, ACI World and four of its member airports presented their views on the technological challenges that are currently facing aviation.
Following the detection of COVID-19 cases in its workforce and subsequently temporarily shutting down its passenger terminals, CAG has increased the safety measures that are in place throughout Changi Airport in order to protect staff, passengers and the community.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the Managing Director of Airport Operations Management at Singapore Changi Airport, Jayson Goh, explains how having a zero-contact terminal is a key part of several measures which are ensuring the safety of both passengers and airport staff.