In This Issue

The Thinking Behind Changi's Playground Design

At Changi, the airport understands that travel can be a stressful experience for non-frequent travellers. As such, the design of every terminal incorporates plants and at least one garden, as studies have shown that nature helps to reduce stress for passengers. Being a family-friendly airport, Changi has also installed play areas in every terminal, so that children can have an enjoyable Changi experience as well.

 

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Ever Wondered How Changi’s Gardens Look so Lush?

There is nature all around Changi Airport - for good reason. In the fast moving airport environment, nature has a soothing effect on those who might feel stressed out by the pace of travel.

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Transforming Changi's Airside

With a flight taking off or landing every 80 seconds at the world’s sixth busiest airport, constantly striving for safe and efficient airport operations is essential. Over the past few years, Changi Airport Group has embarked on a series of trials and innovations, with the aim to continue to minimise incidents on the airside, with the ‘gold standard’ of bringing it to as close to zero as possible.  

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iChangi: Now a “Library” in the Palm of Your Hand

Since its launch in 2010, the iChangi app has been downloaded by millions. Over the past year, several new functions have been introduced. One of them will please the voracious readers among us – the iChangi app is now an e-reader too.

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Past Stories

What Goes Behind the Construction of Jewel Changi Airport?

To date, about 85% of Jewel Changi Airport’s (Jewel) construction has been completed. Learn about the 5 notable feats that make this development a modern engineering marvel.

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How Changi Airport Prepares for 'Hajj' Flights

Hari Raya Haji is a festival when Muslims commemorate their faith through prayer and reflection. The day also marks the end of 'Hajj' – the annual Muslim pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca.

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See Slices of Singapore's past at Changi Airport

Passengers taking the underpass from T4 car park to the terminal would have caught first glimpses of local heritage scenes being painted on the underpass walls. Local artist Yip Yew Chong has been working on this 37-metre-long mural since July.

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Bespoke Dining: Changi's Award-Winning F&B Offerings

While Changi Airport Group continues to win awards for its food and beverage offerings, the group pushes itself to deliver more exceptional, even personalised, experiences for passengers and public.

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