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SIA to Open Training Centre to Public on 25 July 2015

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Singapore Airlines will open the doors of the SIA Training Centre to the public for the very first time, as part of the airlines SG50 activities.

To be held on 25 July 2015, the SIA Open House will provide visitors exclusive access to behind-the-scenes training of the pilots and cabin crew of SIA.

The one day event will be held from 9am to 6pm.

Activities will include walking tours of the flight simulator, safety training as well as cabin crew training facilities. Visitors can also participate in an all-day carnival and visit the SIA Heritage Gallery showcasing SIAs development over the years.

Children aged between 4 and 10 will be able to participate in an exclusive Junior Cabin Crew Experience. This 60-minute activity will provide children an opportunity to don the iconic SIA cabin crew uniform, learn more about the renowned service attributes of crew, as well as role-play with a parent in a replica of the SIA A380 Business Class cabin.

Mr Christopher Cheng, Singapore Airlines Senior Vice President Human Resources and Chairman of the SIA Open House and Art Competition Committee, said, It has been an exciting year for Singapore Airlines as we celebrate the nations 50th birthday while giving back to the community. Through the open house, we aim to provide a unique and memorable experience for the public to see what goes on behind the scenes at SIA.

Free shuttle bus services from Tanah Merah MRT Station and Singapore EXPO will be provided to and from the SIA Training Centre, which is located at 720 Upper Changi Road East.

Visitors are advised to utilise the shuttle service as parking will not be available on the premises. The timetable of the shuttle service can be found on the official website.

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