• (1/3) For COVID-19 travel advisory for visitors and residents arriving in Singapore, please click here.
  • (2/3) For enhanced precautionary measures in Changi Airport being undertaken to minimise the spread of COVID-19, please click here.
  • (3/3) From 27 March 2020, 9 a.m., all travellers, including Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass holders, are required to submit their electronic health declaration on arrival in Singapore. For more information, please click here
  • (4/4) Please note that all Changi Rewards services are not available on 1 April 2020 from 00:00AM to 06:00AM (SG time) due to a system enhancement. Please write in to us with your attached receipts at enquiry@changiairport.com for crediting of Changi Rewards points.




With a total of 10 companies certified under the IATA Center of Excellence for Independent Validators for Pharmaceutical Handling (CEIV Pharma), Singapore has the largest number of CEIV Pharma certified companies in Asia Pacific.

As a community, at least one company from each segment of the air cargo supply chain would have the facilities, equipment, processes and trained staff to comply with all applicable standards. This ensures an unbroken cold chain and pharmaceutical manufacturers can rely on Changi Airport as the preferred air cargo hub for consolidation and distribution of pharmaceuticals into Asia Pacific. 

IATA CEIV Pharma Community

Co-Founder and Strategic Member of Pharma.Aero

Changi Airport is part of Pharma.Aero, an international association consisting of Pharma shippers, CEIV certified cargo communities, airport operators and other air cargo industry stakeholders to achieve excellence in reliable end-to-end air transportation of pharmaceutical shipments. Its mission is to foster collaboration between CEIV certified airport communities dedicated in developing and leading when it comes to handling pharmaceuticals.

Changi Airport was the co-lead for Phase 1 of  Pharma.Aero's digitisation project, which is known as ‘DIGI 1.0: Certification of Pharmaceuticals Air Trade Lanes through Digitisation’. The project aims to prove that various data such as temperature and location from different IT systems can be ingested and displayed on a single dashboard to enhance the visibility and traceability throughout the supply chain. In addition, the dashboard can also be used as a tool to certify specific air cargo trade lanes for pharmaceutical products.

A white paper for DIGI 1.0 was published and can be downloaded here.

Beyond Digi 1.0, Changi Airport is also involved in Phase 2 of Pharma.Aero’s digitization project, which is known as ‘DIGI 2.0”. A white paper will also be published in due time.