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Wed, 24 July 2019

Scoot to Switch Terminals at Changi Airport in Singapore

Scoot will move to Singapore Changi Airport’s Terminal 1 (T1) from Tuesday, 22 October 2019. The airline currently operates from T2.

 Since April 2019, Scoot has launched eight new destinations in China, India, Laos and Malaysia, and is on track to launch nine more new routes by the end of 2020.

Scoot aircraft at Changi Airport in Singapore. Picture by Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com Click to enlarge.

Scoot CEO, Mr Lee Lik Hsin, said, “Over the years, our network coverage has grown rapidly. Every touchpoint of our customers’ travel journey matters to us, and we strive to provide our growing customer base with enhanced efficiency from the moment they arrive at the airport. With the move, we hope to encourage more customers to use the expanded self-service facilities, to enjoy a quicker and more seamless check-in process.”

Mr Jayson Goh, Managing Director of Airport Operations Management at Changi Airport Group (CAG), said, “CAG works closely with our airline partners to ensure that they have sufficient space to grow at Changi, and that their passengers are well served. Hence we regularly conduct reviews on the allocation of airlines across our four terminals, to ensure that the space is aligned with their growth plans.”

Terminal information on Scoot flights departing and arriving on 22 October 2019 will be available on Changi’s website and the iChangi app.

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