Changi Airport voted Best Airport in Asia for 27th consecutive year

Singapore Changi Airport has been voted Best Airport in Asia for the 27th consecutive year.

Readers of Cargonews Asia picked Changi Airport at the annual Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards ceremony held in Beijing.

Changi Airport Group (CAG) which owns and manages Singapore Changi Airport was also inducted into Cargonews Asia’s Hall of Fame to mark the airport’s unprecedented achievement of winning for 27 years in a row.

Changi Airport handled 434,000 tonnes of airfreight movements from January to March 2013, a 2.2 per cent decrease compared to the same period last year.

CAG has extended support to air cargo partners that are also facing a tough operating environment with a $17-million support package announced in March 2013.

For the next 12 months, all scheduled freighter flights at Changi Airport will enjoy landing fee rebates.

Cargo tenants leasing CAG cargo facilities at the Changi Airfreight Centre will enjoy up to 20 per cent rental rebates, based on cargo tonnage handled.

Source CNA – 9 May 2013


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