With more than 62.2 million passengers passing through Changi Airport last year, keeping the airport spick and span is an important task. Having a robust cleaning regime in place helps to keep our terminal and facilities fresh and clean for passengers and the public. This ensures that a visit to Changi will always be a pleasant experience, each and every time.
For most people, the first location that comes to mind when cleaning is mentioned might be the toilets, which the cleaners at Changi take great pride in keeping clean. Besides cleaning the places most frequented by passengers, did you know that even the art installations in our terminals, which passengers have come to enjoy, also undergoes scheduled cleaning?
The cleaning are typically carried out during the off-peak hours of the day, so that it has minimal impact on airport operations and the passenger experience.
‘Coming Home’ sculpture at Terminal 3