Scoot wants a fast and fuss-free pre-flight experience in Singapore for its passengers.
One of the ways it will provide that is by moving its operations from Changi Airport’s Terminal 2 to Terminal 1.
As part of the airline’s growth plans, the shift to T1 in the last quarter of 2019 will mean a “more intuitive” check-in for customers in a refreshed and more spacious terminal.
Changi is the world’s sixth-busiest airport, with 7200 flights a week — or about one every 80 seconds.
Last year alone it handled more than 62 million passengers to 400 cities.
The recently refurbished T1 Departure Hall features a central Fast and Seamless Travel (FAST) Zone where passengers can check-in and drop off their bags at the self-service automated machines.
- For more information visit flyscoot.com.
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