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Changi's Terminal 2 attracts four more Asian airlines

source:Schednet author: time:2009-04-02  

SINGAPORE's Changi Airport is welcoming four additional airlines to operate from its new Terminal 2 development.

The four newcomers to Terminal 2 are Air India, Air India Express, Asiana Airlines and Korean Air.

"By operating from Terminal 2, the four airlines will have more capacity for their future growth and expansion. The airlines' move from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 will also better distribute capacity usage across the three main terminals and optimise the usage of airport facilities," said CAAS director-general and CEO Lim Kim Choon.

To inform passengers and airport visitors about the move, CAAS said it is updating the directories, signs and electronic displays at Changi Airport. CAAS has also informed the Indian and Korean communities about the move via their respective embassies and key associations.

Furthermore, to check flight information, visit: or try the airport's toll-free flight enquiry hotline at: 1 800-542-4422.


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