In This Issue
Ever wondered why planes get diverted?
In 2017, Changi Airport handled more than 373,000 landings and takeoffs. With so many flights going in and out of Changi Airport, there will inevitably be unplanned situations resulting in plane diversions. Flights can be diverted into or away from Changi Airport for many different reasons but these are some of the ones that occur most commonly here.
Visitors to Changi Airport Terminal 3 (T3) may feel that the terminal is now much greener and fresher than before, thanks to the newly-revamped Green Wall.View Full Article
Air travel can be a stressful activity for non-frequent travellers – finding out where to go in an unfamiliar environment, where another language may be spoken, can be a daunting task.
To help passengers along, our signage and wayfinding team at Changi Airport places emphasis on the design and placement of signage in the terminals, to reduce the stress level for passengers.View Full Article
Sustainability has always been a cornerstone for Changi Airport and its approach to operations. Going well beyond the basic eco-friendly initiatives that include switching to LED lights and embracing recycling, Changi Airport Group (CAG) has been ramping up its sustainability efforts and working hand-in-hand with key stakeholders to reduce the airport’s carbon footprint.View Full Article