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Singapore Changi Airport

IATA Code
SIN
ICAO Code
WSSS
Website
http://www.changiairport.com
City
Singapore
Country
Singapore
Network
International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving Singapore
Singapore Seletar Airport
Runways
2748m x 59m
4000m x 60m
4000m x 60m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Air China
Air France
Air Hong Kong
Air India
Air India Express
Air Mauritius
Air New Zealand
Air Niugini
AirAsia
AirBridgeCargo Airlines
All Nippon Airways
Asiana Airlines
ASL Airlines Belgium
Bangkok Airways
Batik Air
Biman Bangladesh Airlines
British Airways
Cardig Air
Cargolux Airlines International
Cathay Pacific
Cebu Pacific
China Airlines
China Cargo Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Druk Air
Emirates Airline
Etihad Airways
EVA Air
Fiji Airways
Finnair
Firefly
Garuda Indonesia
Hong Kong Airlines
IndiGo
Indonesia AirAsia
Japan Airlines
Jet Airways
Jetstar Airways
Jetstar Asia
Jetstar Pacific
K-Mile Air
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Lao Airlines
Lion Air
Lufthansa
Malaysia Airlines
Malindo Air
My Indo Airlines
Myanmar Airways International
Myanmar National Airlines
Nippon Cargo Airlines
Oman Air
Philippine Airlines
Philippines AirAsia
Polar Air Cargo
Qantas Airways
Qatar Airways
Raya Airways
Regent Airways
Royal Brunei Airlines
Saudia
Scoot
Shenzhen Airlines
Sichuan Airlines
Silk Way West Airlines
SilkAir
Singapore Airlines
Spring Airlines
SriLankan Airlines
SWISS
Thai AirAsia
Thai Airways
Thai Lion Air
Tigerair
Turkish Airlines
United Airlines
US-Bangla Airlines
Uzbekistan Airways
VietJet Air
Vietnam Airlines
West Air
Xiamen Airlines
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Adria Airways
Aegean Airlines
Air Canada
Air Europa Lineas Aereas
Air KBZ
Air Serbia
Air Seychelles
airberlin
Alitalia
American Airlines
Austrian Airlines
Brussels Airlines
Cambodia Angkor Air
Centrafrique Air Express
Croatia Airlines
EgyptAir
Ethiopian Airlines
Etihad Regional
Hawaiian Airlines
Iberia
jetBlue Airways
LOT Polish Airlines
Royal Air Maroc
S7 Airlines
SAS
South African Airways
TAM Airlines
TAP Portugal
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Virgin Australia

Singapore Changi Airport serves the country of Singapore and ranks among the busiest airports in Asia. Hosting regional, international and cargo services for over 40 airlines, the airport is a hub for airlines including Singapore Airlines, Jetstar Asia, SilkAir and Tigerair.

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Southeast Asia aviation outlook: passenger growth accelerates, led by Vietnam, Myanmar and Malaysia

17-Mar-2017 10:33 AM

Southeast Asia’s aviation market recorded healthy growth in 2016, with passenger traffic expanding faster than the global average across nearly every country in the region. Six of Southeast Asia’s 10 countries had growth in or near the double digits, led by Vietnam and Myanmar. Seven countries had growth equal to, or higher than, in 2015.

Southeast Asia should continue to experience rapid growth in 2017 and beyond. Vietnam and Myanmar will likely again lead the pack in 2017, joined by Malaysia. The Philippines should experience growth of approximately 10% for the third consecutive year, also putting it towards the top of the pack.

However, overcapacity remains a long term concern, pressuring yields and profitability. The average profit margin of the Southeast Asian airline sector significantly lagged the global average in 2016, and this trend will likely continue in 2017.

Asian airports 2016 traffic: Planning infrastructure growth ahead of the market becomes essential

14-Mar-2017 11:00 AM

Northeast Asia dominated the developments of East Asian airport growth in 2016. Beijing Capital, Asia's largest and the world's second biggest, further narrowed the gap with first place Atlanta. Yet with some Beijing Capital traffic due to start moving to the second airport Beijing Daxing in mid 2019, Beijing Capital may not overtake Atlanta in the near future.

Asia's second largest airport, Tokyo Haneda, is undergoing steady growth ahead of a slot increase to support more international visitors for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Asia's third largest airport, Hong Kong, could soon be overtaken by Shanghai Pudong, which has had a dramatic growth story, especially in the last two years. Seoul Incheon has also grown rapidly and benefits from infrastructure developments.

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi posted record traffic, despite some traffic having moved to Don Mueang a few years ago. That initiative to make room for more growth gave only a few years of breathing room.

Asia's largest airports continue to be defined by pent up demand waiting for a combination of more runways, slots, terminals and air space.

"A truly remarkable lineup of airlines"; over 50 executives at CAPA's Airline Fleet & Finance Summit

23-Feb-2017 8:49 AM

CAPA’s Airline Fleet & Finance Summit will be attended by "A truly remarkable lineup of airlines" from all continents of the globe, represented by their senior finance officers.

First time attendees at the event include Air Tahiti, euroAtlantic Airways, Pakistan International Airlines, Saudia, TAAG and start-up flymojo.

They are joined by AirAsia's Group Head of Strategy, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer of Asia Aviation Capital Limited, the Vice President, Fleet & Corporate Finance of Allegiant, Cebu Pacific's Director, Corporate Finance & Investor Relations, China Eastern's General Manager of CEA International Financial Leasing Corporation Limited, KLM's Director Group Treasury, Malaysia Airlines' Group CEO, Finnair's CFO, IndiGo's Director - Aircraft Acquisition and Financing and many others.

Together with 15 stand-alone presentations from airline CFO/treasury/finance heads outlining their fleet and financing plans + over 50 airline representatives attending the unique CAPA Fleet Marketplace –  the CAPA Airline Fleet & Finance Summit (2/3-Mar, Singapore) at Capella Sentosa is not to be missed.

Singapore Changi Airport: China visitor numbers reinvigorate passenger growth

21-Feb-2017 2:25 PM

Singapore recorded the fastest growth in four years in 2016, driven by a surge in visitor numbers from China. The China-Singapore market grew by 15%, while total traffic at Changi Airport grew by 6%.

Changi should experience similar growth in 2017 as the airport makes final preparations for the new fourth terminal, which is slated to open in 2H2017. Inbound traffic from China will again drive a large portion of the growth in 2017, but Changi is also expecting growth in the emerging LCC transit segment.

Scoot is Singapore’s fastest growing airline and is extending its network to Europe in 2017. Changi may also attract new European routes from other airlines, but regional capacity expansion within Asia will again drive most of the growth.

The CAPA airline fleet quiz: 15 challenging questions. CAPA Summit Singapore 2/3 March

16-Feb-2017 8:21 AM

Test your knowledge of the global aircraft fleet with this CAPA Quiz. If you have access to the comprehensive CAPA Fleet Database, it should be a breeeeze.

Rank your result:

15/15 = Outstanding! – you should set up your very own aircraft leasing company.
13-14/15 = Excellent – your colleagues should say the word ‘wiki…’ in front of your first name around the office.
10-12/15 = Very good – someone should shout you several drinks at the next air finance gathering.
9 or below/15 = Time to brush up – you need to sign up for CAPA's Fleet Database immediately.

Visit http://capaevents.com/AFFS17 for the answers

SilkAir 2017 outlook: needs to rebrand as 737 MAX arrives amid challenging conditions

22-Jan-2017 3:59 PM

SilkAir is approaching an important juncture in 2017, with potential strategic ramifications for the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group, as the full service airline subsidiary takes delivery of its first 737 MAX aircraft. SilkAir has grown by approximately 30% since taking its first 737NG aircraft three years ago, but has not expanded as rapidly as initially planned.

The 737 MAX aircraft could usher in a new phase of faster growth. SilkAir will be able to use the improved range of the MAX to open new longer range routes and take over more flights from the parent airline, accelerating a trend which has emerged over the past several years.

However, as SilkAir continues to expand and starts operating alongside SIA in more markets, it will need to review its product and commercial strategy. With the MAX, SilkAir has the opportunity to improve its product and close the gap with SIA mainline. Closer integration with SIA and a rebranding should be considered.

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