Singapore Changi Airport hopes to reach 80% of 2019 traffic levels by 2023


Traffic at Singapore’s Changi airport is recovering faster than initially expected, thanks to easing COVID-19 travel restrictions across Asia, the country’s transport minister has announced.  

Minister S Iswaran, told parliament on October 3 that Changi airport could reach 80% of 2019’s traffic levels in 2022, according to comments reported by Flight Global. He said this was based on airlines’ flight schedules.   

“We expect [flights – ed. note] to increase further as airlines respond to demand from travelers, following the recent border easing announcements by key travel markets such as Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan,” the minister was quoted as saying.

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Traffic at Singapore’s Changi airport is recovering faster than initially expected, thanks to easing COVID-19 travel restrictions across Asia, the country’s transport minister has announced.  

Minister S Iswaran, told parliament on October 3 that Changi airport could reach 80% of 2019’s traffic levels in 2022, according to comments reported by Flight Global. He said this was based on airlines’ flight schedules.   

“We expect [flights – ed. note] to increase further as airlines respond to demand from travelers, following the recent border easing announcements by key travel markets such as Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan,” the minister was quoted as saying.

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