Scoot to operate at Changi Airport's Terminal 1 in October

The move will improve the customers’ check-in experience.

Scoot, the low-cost arm of the Singapore Airlines Group, will begin operating from Changi Airport’s Terminal 1 (T1) starting from 22 October, an announcement revealed.

The airlines said that the move will enhance their customer’s check-in experience, which it had reportedly identified as one of the top three areas for improvement.

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Scoot CEO Lee Lik Hsin said, “With the move, we hope to encourage more customers to use the expanded self-service facilities.

Changi Airport’s T1 has seen massive expansions throughout the years. These include a new central zone at the departure hall for Fast and Seamless Travel (FAST), featuring automated check-in kiosks and bag drop machines and two new baggage claim belts at the arrival area.

Also read: Changi's new terminals and Jewel may cement SATS market leadership in APAC: analyst

The news release also said that Scoot customers can look forward to the newly-opened Jewel Changi Airport, which will allow them to check-in 18 hours early.

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