Welcoming more than 55.4 million passengers last year, the highest traffic the airport has ever seen, Changi Airport is one of the largest and busiest international airports in the world. It serves more than 100 airlines flying to over 330 destinations in 80 countries.

An aviation powerhouse

Changi Airport sees 6,800 flights each week with an impressive 39 million bags being handled last year. And, it’s not just an important passenger hub, the airport is a significant cargo centre with 1.8 million tonnes of freight passing through each year.

As the sixth busiest international airports, Changi is well connected to various countries in the region, with Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, China and Australia in the top ten country markets. In 2015, the route to Jakarta has the distinction of being the busiest followed by Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong.

As Changi Airport expands its services and attracts more tourists, its influence as a key regional player in aviation continues to grow. Watch this video to find out more about what makes Changi Airport a premier aviation hub.

Changi Airport: A Premier Aviation Hub