Changi Airport Singapore

Passenger Guide

Departure

Here at Changi Airport, we help to set your mind at ease from the stress of travelling with the efficient check-in, availability of services like the Goods and Services Tax refund, hassle-free immigration clearance and great shopping and dining options for you to enjoy. To ensure a seamless and smooth departure from Changi Airport, you are advised to pay a little more attention to the existing guidelines on baggage. For instance, when packing liquids, aerosols or gels in hand luggage or if you are carrying over $30,000 in cash or its equivalent in foreign currency. Being well prepared goes a long way to a more pleasant journey, so do check the departure advisories before you depart. If you have any further questions, you'll find the answers in our FAQ section.

To get information on passenger flights departing from Changi Airport, including flight numbers, departure times, terminals, Check-in rows and gates, and more, click here.


Check-in

Check-in

Check-in can be a hassle at the best of times. At Singapore Changi Airport we strive to make your check-in experience as straightforward, efficient and pleasant as possible. Here is the essential information that you will need to check-in.

Safety and Security

Safety and Security

Safety and security is a top priority for all air travellers. In line with international practice, all departing passengers will have to go through security checks at the airport.

Guidelines for Liquids, Aerosols and Gels in Hand-Carry Luggage

Guidelines for Liquids, Aerosols and Gels in Hand-Carry Luggage

Singapore implemented aviation security measures for hand-carry luggage on flights departing Singapore on 8 May 2007.

GST Refund

GST Refund

Tourists may claim for refund of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) paid on goods purchased from retailers participating in the Tourist Refund Scheme.

Reporting Cash

Reporting Cash

Singapore implemented the reporting of cross border movements of physical currency and bearer negotiable instruments into and out of Singapore on 1 November 2007. This is part of Singapore's overall efforts to combat transnational crime, money laundering and terrorism financing.

FAQ

FAQ

If you have any further questions on Departure, you'll find the answers in our FAQ section.

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