Changi Airport’s first half of 2018’s Operating Indicators

A steady growth can be seen for Singapore Changi Airport, with a total of 5.8% year-on-year increase for their passenger movements, that hits about 5.29 million. Other factors such as aircraft moments had 32,330 landings and takeoffs, with 3.6% growth. Additionally, an impressive growth of 1.8% can be seen for their airfreight division that reaches up to reach 180,490 tonnes, as compared to the same period last year.


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A steady growth can be seen for Singapore Changi Airport, with a total of 5.8% year-on-year increase for their passenger movements, that hits about 5.29 million. Other factors such as aircraft moments had 32,330 landings and takeoffs, with 3.6% growth. Additionally, an impressive growth of 1.8% can be seen for their airfreight division that reaches up to reach 180,490 tonnes, as compared to the same period last year.

 

 

In May, traffic between Singapore and Europe saw a robust double-digit growth of 17% on the back of additional capacity introduced recently to Germany, Poland and the United Kingdom. Among Changi’s top 10 markets, China led the gainers with a 12% increase in passenger traffic, with more than 550,000 movements between Singapore and China. Traffic to and from Australia, India, Japan and Vietnam also registered good growth of at least 8%. Among Changi’s top 10 city routes, Sydney recorded the strongest growth at 15%, followed by Denpasar (+10%) and Ho Chi Minh City (+8%).

 

At this year’s Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Awards, Changi Airport was named ‘Best Airport – Asia (over 1m tonnes)’ and ‘Best Green Airport’. Changi Airport was also recognised as ‘Airport of the Year’ at the Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards.