The Singapore Airshow will take place at Changi
Exhibition Centre from Tuesday, 6 February 2018 to Sunday, 11
The following traffic arrangements and
transportation guidelines will be effective from Monday, 29
January to Wednesday, 14 February 2018. Affected roads will reopen
and all roads will be fully accessible from 6am onwards on
Thursday, 15 February 2018.
If you are travelling to the Changi Exhibition
Centre before the show starts, whether it be to set up your booth
or for any other reason, we strongly recommend you to organise a
taxi or make other arrangements to be picked up prior to leaving.
Do not assume that taxis, or any other form of transport, will be
available prior to the show beginning. We cannot stress this
enough, as it can be quite a daunting experience, that we have
witnessed firsthand, being all alone outside the exhibition centre
with no idea of how to get back to your hotel. Plan ahead.
Singapore Airshow 2018 Traffic Arrangements and
Changi Exhibition Centre will
only be accessible via Tanah Merah Coast Road.
a. To get to
Changi Exhibition Centre, visitors will have to use Tanah Merah
Coast Road only (via ECP or Xilin Ave).
Exhibition Centre will not be accessible from Changi Village i.e.
via Loyang Avenue, Telok Paku Road, Nicoll Drive and Changi Coast
a. Changi Coast Road,
Aviation Park Road and Tanah Merah Coast Road will be closed at
3. Closure of Coastal Park Connector and
On-road Cycling Lane
a. The Coastal Park Connector and
On-road Cycling Lane will be closed to the public.
Vehicular Access to Singapore Airshow
a. Private Vehicles
including cars, buses and coaches will be permitted with the use
of a valid Airshow Car Label.
b. Private Hire Car Services
booked through mobile apps including Grab and Uber will not be
c. Taxis which are dropping off passengers at
the Airshow and without on-board passengers will be permitted.
d. On-call taxis booked through any channel including mobile
apps, by SMS, over the phone, online websites, etc will be
permitted only during specific times.
Airshow and Hotel Shuttles
a. Airshow visitors
are encouraged to take the official Airshow Shuttle from the
Singapore Expo or the Hotel Shuttle from the following hotels to
Changi Exhibition Centre: Fairmont Singapore/Swissotel
the Stamford, Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, Marina
Mandarin, Orchard Hotel, Pan Pacific Singapore, Rendezvous Hotel
and the Ritz-Carlton Singapore.
b. Applicable fees will be
collected by the operators of the Airshow and Hotel Shuttle
services at the point of boarding.
c. Public day ticket
holders enjoy a complimentary two-way ride on the Airshow Shuttle.
Temporary Diversion of SBS Transitís Service 35
Service 35 will ply a truncated loop between Bedok Interchange and
Tanah Merah Coast Road, skipping seven bus stops.
complimentary shuttle service will be operated between Airport
Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS) and Changi Village when Service
35 is truncated.
Taxi Location Surcharge
location surcharge of S$12 will be levied on top of the metered
fare for every taxi journey starting from Changi Exhibition
Use of Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs) and
Personal Mobility Aids (PMAs)
a. Bicycles and personal
mobility devices such as hoverboards and motorised scooters, will
not be permitted at Singapore Airshow 2018.
personal mobility aids (PMAs) e.g. motorised wheelchairs, mobility
scooters, etc which are essential for the movement or transportation of any visitors with disabilities, will be
* Visitors are
encouraged to take the Airshow Shuttle Bus from Singapore Expo,
Hall 7 (Foyer) or the Hotel Shuttle from selected hotels for
direct access to the event site.
* If you are driving to the
Airshow: please approach from ECP or Xilin Ave to access Tanah
Merah Coast Road only and display a valid Airshow Car Label.
If you are coming by taxi: please inform your driver to use ECP or
Xilin Ave to access Tanah Merah Coast Road only.
signs and information boards will be displayed along Tanah Merah
Coast Road to guide motorists.
* Airshow personnel will be
on-hand to direct traffic and assist the public.
visitors are advised to factor in the usual expected heavy traffic
during the Airshow, as well as time needed to go through security
checks when planning their journey.
* Please note that Public
Day tickets will not be available for sale or collection at the
Changi Exhibition Centre and Singapore Expo. All tickets purchased
through SISTIC must be collected from SISTIC prior to
arrival at the Changi Exhibition Centre and Singapore Expo.
Safety and Security
* Vehicle security
checkpoints will be set up outside Changi Ferry Terminal on Changi
Coast Road and outside Changi Naval Base on Tanah Merah Coast
* Visitors are required to undergo security screening
upon arrival at Changi Exhibition Centre.
* Please present your
Airshow pass when requested to do so by our security personnel.
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