Two airlines that serve Singapore’s budget terminal have been told they may have to vacate the terminal and relocate to another passenger terminal because of planned construction work. Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air has been informed by Changi Airport Group that it will have to vacate the budget terminal so that renovations can take place, according to a senior executive at the airline. The work is needed to expand the terminal, says the executive, adding that Cebu Pacific has been ...
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