Singapore’s Changi Airport is aiming for accelerated passenger growth so it can achieve the milestone of 50 million passengers per annum within the next few years. Last year the airport had 42 million passengers, making it one of only six airports in the world that has annual passenger throughput exceeding 40 million, says Changi Airport Group CEO Lee Seow Hiang. “Previously to move from the 30 million passenger mark to 40 million passenger milestone, it took us six to seven years. ...
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