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Infrared screens, ultraviolet and iris recognition technology are some of the new health and safety initiatives being deployed at Changi.
As a result of the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, Singapore Changi Airport has suspended the construction of its new Terminal 5.
The digital factory will act as a base for the development, experiment and launch of new digital products and services for Changi Airport Group.
In a bid to increase capacity and improve the passenger experience, expansion works will begin at Changi Airport at the end of January 2020.
This investment comes as part of CAG's efforts to upskill its employees in preparation for the company's digital transformation.
Changi Airport Group will collaborate with multiple companies to support the air cargo community and pursue CEIV Fresh certification.
Multi-party partnership between Changi Airport Group, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea Airports Corporation, Eastar Jet, Jeju Air and SilkAir paves way for collaboration to promote travel and trade between Singapore and South Korea.
Changi Airport's growth continues as three new airlines and seven new city links are added to the portfolio at the hub airport.
A display of locally created art is to be displayed through Changi Airport to encourage visitors to view the artists as 'people who are so much more than just their disabilities'.
23 September 2016 | By Roy Manuell, Digital Content Producer
ICM Airport Technics, a global leader in self-service bag-drop and baggage handling solutions, has signed a contract with Changi Airport Group (CAG) to supply and maintain Hybrid auto bag-drop (ABD) units...
25 April 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Changi Airport Group (CAG) has revealed it is conducting trials on new security screening technologies in order to improve efficiency and processes at screening checkpoints.
23 October 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Changi Airport Group (CAG) has awarded a S$1.12 billion contract to a joint venture for the first package of works in the development of a three-runway system at Singapore Changi Airport.