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Changi, Cairo airport firms partner to develop Cairo International Airport

This will involve a feasibility study for an area for cargo and logistics development. 

Changi, Cairo airport firms partner to develop Cairo International Airport

This will involve a feasibility study for an area for cargo and logistics development. 

SIA is the most attractive company to work for in Singapore

Danaher Corporation and Changi Airport Group are the next in line.

Changi Airport crowned as the best airport for food lovers

The Singapore airport has nearly 200 restaurants serving more than 60 types of cuisines.

Changi Airport passenger movement quadruples to 4.63 million

The airport saw continued growth in its North America, Southwest Pacific, and Europe markets.

Free Singapore Tour returns after 3-year hiatus

Participants can book the tour in advance through the Changi Airport website.

Jetstar Group starts operations in Changi Airport T4

It will serve nearly 4,000 passengers on its first day.

Changi Airport snatches crown as world's best airport

The airport took the title from Doha Hamad Airport.

Changi Airport’s retail sales hit $1.1b in 2022

The figure represents 37% of sales in 2019.

Changi Airport handles 32.2 million passengers in 2022

The Singapore-Kuala Lumpur route is the world’s busiest international route based on seat capacity.

Eight F&B outlets join Changi Airport’s tenant mix

Amongst those who recently came on board was Sushi Deli.

Jetstar to move operations to Changi’s Terminal 4 by March 2023

T4 provides ample gate capacity to support its narrow-body aircraft fleet.   Beginning 25 March 2023, Jetstar will operate in Terminal 4 (T4) instead of Terminal 1 (T1).    The airline’s relocation follows the completion of its joint study with Changi Airport Group (CAG).   CAG’s Managing Director of Air Hub Development, Lim Ching Kiat, said Jetstar’s move will enable the airport to “optimise the use of its aircraft gates to meet increasing travel demand, especially during the early morning peak period.”   The airport said T4 provides ample gate capacity to support Jetstar’s narrow-body aircraft fleet.    “It also reduces the need for the airline to have bussing operations to remote stands,” added CAG. T4 has 17 gates that support narrow-body aircraft.   “Moving to Terminal 4 is the start of a new chapter. We are committed to continuing to ramp up our operation and plan for future growth, and we appreciate the assurances that CAG have given ahead of this move,” Barathan Pasupathi, Jetstar Asia’s CEO, said.    T4 reopened on 13 September after more than a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. It served about 350,000 passengers in its first month since reopening. 

Changi Airport reaches 62.6% of pre-COVID traffic in September

The airport handled 3.42 million passenger movements.

Changi flights to reach above 80% of pre-COVID levels by year-end: MoT

As of early September, the number of flights has recovered to nearly two-thirds of pre-COVID levels.