Though Covid-19 has resulted in fewer planes flying in and out of Changi, the airport has not lowered its guard when it comes to aircraft emergency preparedness. Find out what went on at Exercise Bobcat 2020.
The airport community has stepped up to the plate to keep visitors and staff safe amidst Covid-19. Here’s a look at how businesses in Changi have also played their part, all while adapting and innovating to survive.
What goes on behind the world’s tallest indoor waterfall?
Standing 40 metres tall with water cascading down from the dome-shaped roof of Jewel, the HSBC Rain Vortex is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Changi Journeys followed the Jewel team to gain a deeper understanding of the science behind the 7-storey wonder.
With the pandemic derailing the travel plans of millions worldwide, Changi Journeys takes a behind-the-scenes look at what the 22 Skytrains have been up to and the work that goes into keeping them in good shape.
How driving in Changi’s airside is a different ball game
With many vehicles constantly moving about the airside roads, ever wondered how it is like to drive or to move around at the airside of Changi Airport? Driving at the airside, as it turns out, actually involves a much more stringent set of guidelines than driving on the roads of Singapore.
Keeping the skies above Changi free of birds is critical for safe flight operations – hitting a bird can greatly damage an airplane, and endanger the lives of passengers in it. Find out how Changi keeps the aerodrome free of birds and other wildlife.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about global travel restrictions and lockdowns on an unprecedented scale. This has led to the suspension of passenger flights, resulting in an acute loss of bellyhold cargo capacity globally.
Covid-19: Taking care of grounded aircraft at Changi
As airlines reduced their flights due to tighter border controls across the world amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, most of the aircraft from Singapore-based airlines are now parked in Changi Airport’ s airside.
As the number of Covid-19 cases started to rise, Changi Airport Group assembled a project squad to set up an online temperature submission system for staff. Find out how the team tweaked an existing platform for marketing campaigns to do it.
Recently awarded the Best Airport Marketing Award at World Routes 2019, Changi works closely with more than 100 airline partners to tap on opportunities in the region and beyond. Read all about it here.
How airline partnerships impact you, the traveller
Does your favourite airline not fly to certain destinations? Or did you have to check-in again for your connecting flight? Changi Journeys explains the different types airline partnerships. Read on to find out how this works and how it might affect you.
Seamless and ‘smart’ shopping gets an upgrade at Changi
Following Changi Airport Group’s partnership agreement with Liquid Group, a mobile payment services group, passengers can now look forward to a wider variety of QR payment options at Changi. Click here to find out more.
Lifting the veil on Changi's historic taxiway renaming project
Changi Airport has embarked on a five-phase project to rename its taxiways as part of preparation works for Changi East and airport expansion which includes a third runway. Learn more about the massive project in this article.
Ever wondered what happens to your luggage after saying goodbye to it at check-in?
Passengers leaving for their travels bid goodbye to their luggage after check-in, blissfully unaware of its ‘hidden journey’. Learn about your luggage's journey and Changi's automatic arrival bag readers.