In This Issue
Projecting Changi to the world - digitally
Round-the-clock commitment to bring the best of Changi to the world
With most people consuming information on almost everything online nowadays, social media channels have become the de facto digital windows into the world of brands, in particular, Changi Airport.
From announcements about new shops and destinations to exciting events at the airport, Changi Airport’s social media team is always at the forefront, providing fans with the latest updates through its three key channels – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
While the social media team collaborates with various divisions within the company to highlight events and promotions, inspire travel and also showcase the Changi Experience, they also work closely with airport tenants and airlines to present unique perspectives and memorable experiences through Changi’s social channels.
With over 100,000 passengers passing through Changi’s terminals each day, the transit halls of Changi Airport is a busy place.
Apart from the wide range of facilities and attractions available to delight travellers, retail too plays an important part in the overall Changi experience. With a rich array of carefully selected retail partners, shopping is a key highlight for travellers passing through – cash registers rang up 50 million transactions in just 2016 alone.View Full Article
At Changi Airport, time is of the essence – both for travellers and airport employees alike. The airport handles about 7,000 flights a week, or about one every 90 seconds. Hence, precise timing is a vital ingredient in ensuring the smooth operations at Changi.
How then does the airport keep accurate time?
For the convenience of passengers who needs to keep tab on time, Changi Airport installed more than 600 clocks across all three terminals – to ensure that passengers do not miss their flight.View Full Article
Changi Airport Group (CAG)’s horticulture team discovers a new variety of Bougainvillea – right at the airport!
When Atmas Shue from the CAG horticulture team discovered some unique looking Bougainvilleas growing at Changi Airport back in 2015, he thought nothing more of it at first.
“It was only later when they continued to flourish, did it occur to me that the plant might actually be a new variety of Bougainvillea which had sprung up right on Changi’s very own grounds!” said Atmas excitedly.View Full Article