Changi Airport Group

Changi Airport Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ministry of Finance of the Government of Singapore.

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Seletar Airport welcomes first commercial flight since March 2020

Malaysian airline Firefly will resume its Kuala Lumpur-Singapore flights.

Seletar Airport welcomes first commercial flight since March 2020

Malaysian airline Firefly will resume its Kuala Lumpur-Singapore flights.

Changi Airport cuts down losses to $838m in FY21/22

Losses were cut on the back of a 33% increase in the group's revenue.

Changi Airport increases flights to South Korea by 60%

The airport announced three new airlines in operation.

Changi’s Terminal 2 finally resumes operations on 29 May

It was closed for upgrading works since May 2020.   Changi Airport’s Terminal 2 will resume operations on 29 May after being closed since May 2020 for upgrading works.   The Changi Airport Group said the terminal will be reopened in two phases. 

Changi Airport hit by Russia-related sanctions

The group will comply with both legal and regulatory obligations set by the Russian government. 

Changi Airports Int'l reveals subsidiary's Russian stake

The subsidiary has a 30% stake in a Russian airport holding company.

SGX and CAI launch index targeted towards long term aviation

This is the first-of-its-kind collaboration between an index provider and an airport group.

Changi, Porsche partners for Changi Airport's EV-charging points

The chargers are provided in partnership with SP Group.

A rough landing: Changi slips to 3rd place in World’s Top Airports

Doha Hamad and Tokyo Haneda break Singapore Changi’s seven year streak as the world’s best airport.

Changi’s second season of online shopping marathon takes off

The iShopathon campaign sees up to 60% off for over 19,000 products.

Changi Airport suffers $945m loss in 2020

This reflects a 318% decrease from its $438m profit in 2021/20.