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Changi

Changi is a planning area located at the eastern end of eastern endSingapore . Sharing borders with eastern endSingaporePasir Ris and eastern endSingaporePasir RisTampines to the west and eastern endSingaporePasir RisTampinesChangi Bay to the east, Changi, excluding the two water catchments and islands of Singapore, is the largest planning area by land size.Today, Changi is an aviation hub. It is the current location of both Changi Airport and Changi AirportChangi Air Base .Also located... read more

Changi Airport MRT Station

Changi Airport MRT Station (CG2) is an underground Mass Rapid Transit station on the in , . The station is located within , hence its name.The station was opened on 25 February 2002, while the ceremony held on 27 February 2002 by the then , Mr as one of the terminal (MRT) stations for the , and located in between 's Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.Some of the facts about Changi Airport MRT Station:==History==Changi Airport had been operating since its opening in 1981 with no and with full reliance... read more

Changi Airport Bus Terminal

Changi Airport Passengers Terminal Building (PTB) Bus Terminals (Chinese: 樟宜机场搭客大厦2巴士终站) are bus termini located at the basement of each of Singapore Changi Airport's terminals (1, 2 and 3). PTB2 and PTB3 are connected to the Changi Airport MRT Station.Unlike typical terminals in Singapore, bus services do not stop for extended periods, due to the lack of bus parking facilities. Buses terminating at Changi Airport first make a quick stop at PTB3 terminal, before proceeding... read more

Changi Airport Skytrain

The Changi Airport Skytrain is a people mover system that connects Terminals 1, 2 and 3 at Singapore Changi Airport. Opened in 1990, it was the first auto-guided system in Asia. The Changi Airport Skytrain operates from 0500 to 0230 daily and operates at 1 to 2-minute intervals. Travel on the Skytrain is free and an inter-terminal journey takes about 90 seconds. All stations have platform screen doors, are air conditioned and have plasma displays indicating the arrival time of the next train.With... read more

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Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore Changi Airport , or simply Changi Airport, is the primary civilian airport for Singapore, and one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia. It is currently the World's Best Airport (Skytrax 2016), for the fourth consecutive year and counting (Skytrax's World's Best Airport 2013-2016) and is one of the world's busiest airports by international passenger traffic and cargo traffic. The airport is located in Changi, at the eastern end of Singapore, approximately northeast from... read more

Changi Airport Terminal 3

Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3 had opened since 9 January 2008. The project costs S$1.75 billion and took about 7 years to construct. The terminal has 28 aerobridge gates, with eight capable of handling the Airbus A380. The terminal had the capacity up to 22 million passenger annually with 380,000 m2 of usable area, while over 20,000 m2 of floor space had been set aside for retail and F&B.==Unique Features== Unique features of the Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3.Terminal 3 is recognisable... read more

Infrastructure of Singapore Changi Airport

Panoramic view from Changi Airport Terminal 1 – Gate 5.This article delineates the infrastructure comprising the Singapore Changi Airport, the main airport in Singapore, and a major aviation hub in Southeast Asia. The airport is located approximately northeast and from the commercial centre in Changi, on a site.==Background==Given limited land resources in Singapore, Singapore Changi Airport was designed for both current and future needs as the country's primary airport. The airport was designed... read more

History of Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore Changi Airport , or simply Changi Airport, is the primary civilian airport in the Republic of Singapore, and one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia and the greater India region. It is located approximately northeast and from the commercial centre in Changi, on a site.==Background==Singapore's International Airport at Paya Lebar, Singapore's third main civilian airport after Seletar Airport (main airport from 1930 to 1937) and Kallang Airport (1937–55) opened in 1955... read more

Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4

Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4 is an upcoming passenger terminal building at Changi Airport. The construction of the new Terminal 4, commenced on 1 October 2011. Under a new concept of Fast And Seamless Travel at Changi (FAST@Changi) it will see options such as self-service check-in, self-bag tagging, automated baggage drop, immigration clearance and departure gates being rolled out extensively in the new building. The new Terminal 4 will be a two-storey, 25-metre-high building with a gross... read more

Changi Creek Reservoir

Changi Creek Reservoir is a small service reservoir located to the north of Singapore Changi Airport in Singapore. The reservoir supplements and provides backup water supply for the airport. It was formed by damming the headwaters of a small river, Changi Creek, which empties into Sungei Changi and thence into the Serangoon Harbour.Rainfall from the runways and surrounding green areas is collected in the nearby South End Reservoir. Changi Creek Reservoir is used to balance flows during incoming tides... read more

Changi Village Bus Terminal

Changi Village Bus Terminal (Chinese: 樟宜村巴士终站) is a bus terminal located in Changi Point, Singapore. The bus terminal comprises a small queue area for the bus services. Opposite the bus park, all passengers also alight at the queue area. Located near the bus terminal are a food centre and market, and the Changi Point Ferry Terminal that connects to Pulau Ubin and Malaysia.In the 1970s, land around Changi was being redeveloped for the construction of the Changi Airport. The HDB started... read more

Changi Air Base (West)

The Changi Air Base (West), or Changi West Complex is a military airbase located in Changi to the eastern tip of Singapore, in reference to the existing facilities of Changi Air Base. It was named as such on 29 November 2004 after the opening of a new eastern facility that same day. Sited immediately to the west of Singapore Changi Airport, it consists only of an apron, sharing the civilian airport's runway for military aircraft based there. The air base houses 121 and 112 Squadrons, which operate... read more

Changi Air Base

Changi Air Base or Changi Air Base (West) (Changi West Complex), formerly RAF Changi, is an airfield military airbase of the Republic of Singapore Air Force located at Changi, in the eastern tip of Singapore. Sited at two locations to the east and west of Singapore Changi Airport, it co-shares runway facilities with the civilian airport and currently occupies a third runway slated for future expansion for civilian use by Singapore Changi Airport. Together, the two airfields house 121 Squadron,... read more

Changi Exhibition Centre

The Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) (Chinese: 樟宜会展中心) is a convention center in Singapore located on a plot of land just beyond the northern edge perimeter fencing of the new Changi Air Base (East). Purpose-built to host the Asian Aerospace, disagreements with co-show organiser Reed Exhibitions led to Asian Aerospace pulling out in 2007. The Singapore event was rebranded as the Singapore Airshow and has been held at the venue since 2008.==Specifications==The CEC is built on a 30-hectare... read more

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