Singapore Changi Airport
|Singapore Changi Airport is Singapore's main international airport and one of the main hubs for Southeast Asia. The airport is also known as Changi Airport, Changi International Airport, and Changi Airport Singapore; with codes SIN (as per IATA) and WSSS (as per ICAO). The airport has four main terminals: Terminals 1, 2, and 3, and the Budget Terminal. Changi Airport is among the best airports in the world, holding 5 stars in Skytrax's official ranking (2010a2), and showing good reviews by passengers (2010b3), who have been highly satisfied with the airport (9/10), including queuing (9/10), its cleanliness (10/10), and its facilities (9/10).|
|Terminal 1 (image embedded from Wikipedia on 23 April 2010)||Terminal 2 (image embedded from Wikipedia on 23 April 2010)||Terminal 3 (image embedded from Wikipedia on 23 April 2010)||Budget terminal (image embedded from Wikipedia on 23 April 2010)|
|Transit passengers. The airport can be classified as a living space. When in transit, you can move freely between Terminals 1, 2 and 3 without needing to clear immigration first. You can use the airside skytrain system or, when inoperative, a free bus shuttle to move between terminals1. Ammenities and services at the airport range from lounges with napping areas, showers, swimming pool and spa facilities, a transit hotel, gardens, shopping, dining and entertainment options, and Singapore Tours to the city (which passengers in transit can take for up to 5 hours without needing a visa) (Wikipedia, 20104, Changi Airport Group, 20101).|
|Visitors. If visiting Singapore, a number of public and private services will bring you to the city and back. Changi Airport is serviced by public buses (one hour commute), trains (half-hour commute), airport shuttles, limousines and taxis (half-hour commute), and rental cars (Changi Airport Group, 20101).|
1. CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP (2010). Airport to city. Retrieved from Changi Airport website on 23 April 2010.
2. SKYTRAX (2010a). Changi Airport Singapore ranking. Retrieved from Skytrax on 24 April 2010.
3. SKYTRAX (2010b). Changi Airport passenger reviews. Retrieved from Skytrax on 24 April 2010.
4. WIKIPEDIA (2010). Singapore Changi airport. Retrieved from Wikipedia on 23 April 2010.
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- Changi Airport
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- Skytrax - Changi Airport
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