In 2020, CAG conducted a poll titled “Destination Dreaming”, inviting participants to share the top destinations that they would like to visit once travel is able to resume. Learn about some of the key insights.
Art goes on even as we are apart. Together with the Metta Welfare Association, Changi Foundation welcomes the 3rd edition of the "Colours of Life" exhibition in a refreshed virtual format for the very first time.
Fast vs Green Lane; Air Travel vs SafeTravel Pass - special travel arrangements explained
Singapore is gradually reopening its borders to facilitate travel through implementing special travel arrangements with some countries and regions. Here’s the ‘101’ on Singapore’s special travel arrangements.
With most business-as-usual roles in the aviation industry being disrupted by Covid-19, CAG’s employees had an innovative opportunity to contribute to the organisation and discover new ways of working.
Leveraging on digital capabilities, Changi's CSR team and volunteers continue to help beneficiaries from NorthLight and Metta School during the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn more about how they did it here.
In Pictures: Supporting our Blood Bank as OneChangi
Upon hearing that blood stocks at the national blood banks were at critical levels, almost 120 members of the airport community got together and responded with a blood donation drive. Here's how it went.
As Singapore commemorates its bicentennial this year, the National Day Parade marching contingent from Changi Airport is set to wow the audience in more ways than one. Read on to learn about the ONE Changi contingent marching at this year’s NDP.
CAG believes in the importance of taking good care of its staff so they can, in turn, take good care of passengers. Read on to learn about the Fun Fridays initiative to bring employees closer and create a positive organisational culture.
Changi Foundation adopted Metta School as its newest beneficiary, in line with its commitment to support disadvantaged youths. Read on to learn more about our Social Competency Learning programmes that allow Metta students to pick up social and independent living skills in a safe environment.
Together with the airport community, Changi Foundation’s job attachment programme has provided more than 300 NorthLight students a meaningful work experience in a real environment, since the programme started.
Changi strives to deliver a personalised, stress-free and positively surprising experience to every passenger passing through the airport. Behind the scenes, many teams work tirelessly to contribute to Changi’s success. CAG acknowledges the hard work put in by its staff with the Core Values Awards.
The annual Randstad Award in Singapore recognises the country's most attractive employers, measuring 75 of the largest companies by workforce size. This year, CAG beat other top favourites such as Singapore Airlines and Exxonmobil to clinch the prestigious prize.
Every day, the airside community at Changi Airport ensure that hundreds of aircraft take off and land safely at the airport. To enhance their work environment, some key enhancements for their wellbeing have been put in place.
With the newly revamped office still lush and fresh, Changi Airport Group (CAG) hosted an inaugural office visit for its LinkedIn followers, giving them a peek into CAG’s beautifully transformed office and what it is like working for one of the world’s most awarded airports.