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Changi Airport Group (CAG), working closely with the authorities, today announced significant measures that it is implementing in the airport’s terminals to ensure that airport workers, passengers and visitors are well protected from the risks of Covid-19 transmission even as the airport remains open for flight operations to keep Singapore connected to the world. While …

Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), on behalf of the Emerging Stronger Taskforce Alliance for Action (EST-AfA) on Enabling Safe and Innovative Visitor Experiences[1], announced that foreign visitors will now be able to buy inbound travel insurance coverage for Covid-19 related costs incurred in Singapore. Inbound insurance coverage has been identified …

Changi Airport Group (CAG) opened the Changi Airport Connector, a 3.5-kilometre cycling and jogging path that links Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the Park Connector Network (PCN). Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Transport, officiated at the opening. For the first time, visitors and the airport community can cycle or jog to Changi …

Changi Airport has begun transforming the passenger experience with new contactless and cleaning innovations for a safer, but yet seamless, airport journey. These measures will be rolled out airport-wide in preparation for when air travel into and out of Singapore gradually resumes. At Changi’s automated kiosks, new proximity sensors are being installed progressively to eliminate …

Changi Airport Group’s (CAG) philanthropic arm, Changi Foundation, has donated 650 litres of a self-disinfecting coating to all 16 town councils in Singapore. This coating, named sdst, has been applied on frequently-touched surfaces in Changi Airport. It has now been used on about 1.5 million lift buttons in Singapore’s 26,000 HDB lifts. Eco-friendly and safe, …

Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the National Heritage Board (NHB) announced that one of the two remaining iconic analogue flight information display boards at Changi Airport Terminal 2, which was retired earlier in the month, will be donated to NHB to form part of Singapore’s National Collection. Since the announcement of the flip boards’ decommissioning …