Growing demand for air travel and economic recovery resulted in a year-on-year increase for Changi Airport`s passenger traffic and airfreight movements…
Growing demand for air travel and economic recovery resulted in a year-on-year increase for Changi Airport`s passenger traffic and airfreight movements in April 2005.
Changi Airport received some 2.56 million passengers in April 2005, 8.1% more than the 2.37 million passengers hosted in April 2004.
In terms of airfreight, Changi Airport processed 150,000 tonnes of cargo, 5.3% higher than the 142,500 tonnes handled in April 2004.
Changi Airport is currently served by over 75 airlines that operate more than 3,900 weekly flights to about 170 cities in the world.
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