All Nippon Airways moved to Terminal 2 from 1 October 2008. It sits on the former Singapore Changi Airport Budget Terminal and cost S$985 million and took about 2 years to construct. Terminal 1 is the oldest and opened with the airport in 1981. One of the stations on Singapore's MRT network is called Changi Airport and it is on a two-stop branch of the East West Line. Ground handling services are handled by two companies: Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATS) and Dnata. Ein Hotel in Jewel mit ca. The infrastructure of Changi Airport includes passenger terminals, runways, taxiways, maintenance buildings and services, and ground support equipment. Oktober 2019 von Lee Hsien Loong eröffnet. April 2019 eröffnet. It houses around 3,000 trees and 60,000 shrubs of 120 species that live in high-altitude tropical forests from around the world. These plans will ensure that all airport users and staff are able to travel to the airport easily and conveniently. The expansion of Terminal 1 will go together with Terminal 4. The interior architecture of Terminal 3 recently won the Honour Award from ASLA.[40]. The flight departed T3 at 5:30 pm local time, landing in Perth International Airport at approximately 11:30 pm. [2] Ein Acryltrichter am Boden verhindert Spritzwasser und isoliert den Klang der Kaskade. [23] About 22,000 m2 have been added to the building, bringing the total floor space of T1 to about 308,000 m2. They were followed by Cebu Pacific and Spring Airlines on 2 November 2017, together with the AirAsia Group and Vietnam Airlines on 7 November 2017. [48] It officially opened on 31 October 2017. 130 Zimmern, das von der internationalen Hotelmarke YOTEL betrieben wird, wurde am 12. Terminal 3, the airport's fourth passenger terminal, became operational on 9 January 2008,[35] increasing the airport's annual passenger capacity by 22 million. The new 'Enchanted Garden' – Changi Airport's fifth themed garden – takes pride in the spot where the Fern Garden once stood. Former customers of Swissport include Australian Airlines. Jewel Changi Airport (also known as Jewel or Jewel Changi) is a nature-themed entertainment and retail complex on the landside of Changi Airport, Singapore, linked to three of its passenger terminals. With the addition of the fifth terminal, Changi Airport will be able to cater to more than 135 million passengers every year. New airlines to Changi Airport included JC International Airlines and Lanmei Airlines which began operations out of T4 from 25 January 2018 and 22 April 2018 respectively. Since our humble beginnings in 1981, we've risen to become one of the world's best airports. Terminal 2 opened on 22 November 1990 as part of Phase II in the original airport masterplan. Jewel is a joint venture between Changi Airport (51%) and CapitaMalls Asia (49%). The fourth storey of the terminal houses the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. [63], A fifth terminal, Terminal 5, will be ready in the next decade as announced by the then Transport Minister, Lui Tuck Yew on 7 May 2013. China Eastern Airlines, Jet Airways, Qatar Airways and United Airlines also moved operations to the terminal on 1 January 2008,[41][42] while Kingfisher Airlines launched services to Singapore using T3 in 2009. [6] 02L/20R was completed in 1981 with a displaced threshold of 740 m (2,428 ft) leaving the rest of the runway at 3,260 m (10,696 ft) long. It is located approximately 17.2 km (10.7 mi) northeast from the commercial centre in Changi, on a 13 square kilometres (5.0 sq mi) site. [32] In the meantime, four airlines have moved their Terminal 2 operations to different terminals: Singapore Airlines/Silk Air (to Terminal 3), Etihad Airways (Terminal 3); Royal Brunei (Terminal 1) and All Nippon Airways (Terminal 1). By drawing both visitors and local residents alike, we aim to create a place where the people of Singapore interact with the people of the world," said Safdie. All travelers (including Singaporeans) entering Singapore will be issued a Stay-Home Notice (SHN).

Since the trial started in early May, about 1,000 passengers have used the FAST facilities.

Singapore Changi Airport is Singapore's primary international airport and a major aviation hub in Asia. Umlaufendes Regenwasser wird auf das Dach gepumpt, um durch ein rundes Loch mit einer Geschwindigkeit von bis zu 37.850 Litern pro Minute in einen Pool im Untergeschoss zu fallen.

[25][38] The Hedge Maze is Singapore's largest with hedge walls standing at 1.8m high. This number has grown, and in 2015, the airport handled a record of 55,448,964 passengers, a 2.5% increase over the previous year. It is the first Airport in the world to do so for eight consecutive years, and is one of the world's busiest airports by international passenger and cargo traffic. Es beherbergt rund 3.000 Bäume und 60.000 Sträucher von 120 Arten, die in hochgelegenen tropischen Wäldern aus aller Welt leben. Changi Airport MRT station is an underground Mass Rapid Transit station on the Changi Airport branch of the East West line located within Singapore Changi Airport in Changi, Singapore.

A 5 m (16 ft)-high "Green Wall" with hanging creepers and waterfall was incorporated to enhance the tropical feel. [34] The park includes a suspension bridge called the Canopy Bridge that is located 23 metres above the ground which offers a panoramic view of the Rain Vortex.

The Changi Experience Studio is a 3,000 square meter space with interactive games and displays relating to Changi Airport's history and allows visitors a behind-the-scenes look of how the airport is run. [43] There are dedicated facilities for fly-cruise and fly-ferry passengers.