• Please note that the Early Check-in service in Jewel will be available only from 17th April 2019 onwards. To find out if your airlines offers ECI in Jewel, please click here.?
  • Visitors heading to Jewel are advised to take public transport as heavy roadway traffic may be expected during busy periods. For more information on how to get to Jewel, please click here.?
  • Visitors to Jewel are encouraged to take public transport. Besides the MRT, you can take these buses to Changi – 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110 & 858.

    Drivers can also park at T2, T3 & T4. Parking is free at T4 for the first 3hrs (10am to 10pm). Free buses between T4 and Jewel run every 5mins (10am to 1am).

    Log-on to the iChangi App for update information about car park availability.

  • A History of Firsts

    • 1959
      1959

      First Passenger Flight at Paya Lebar‎

      A Qantas Boeing 707 touches down at Paya Lebar Airport.

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      1960
      1960

      Paya Lebar Airport Hits its Stride‎

      The airport quickly becomes a busy destination and stop-off point.

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      1967
      1967

      Exciting Arrivals Gain Attention‎

      Paya Lebar welcomes the fastest and most powerful civil jet aircraft.

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    • 1970
      1970

      Rapid Growth in International Aviation‎

      The 1970s sees a massive increase in the popularity of international travel.

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      1972
      1972

      Concorde Arrives in Singapore‎

      The age of supersonic travel comes to Singapore.

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      1975
      1975

      The Big Question: Expand or Move?‎

      By 1975, Paya Lebar Airport has outgrown its home.

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      1977
      1977

      Laying the Ground‎

      By 1977, reclamation and earthworks at Changi are complete.

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      1979
      1979

      Laying a Solid Foundation For Travel‎

      The foundation stone of Terminal 1 at the new Changi Airport is laid, and air links with China are established.

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    • 1980
      1980

      The Start of Firsts‎

      Changi Airport begins a series of firsts in the '80s.

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      1981
      1981

      Making the Move to Changi‎

      Changi Airport begins operations.

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      1986
      1986

      Construction Begins on Terminal 2‎

      Huge passenger numbers call for airport expansion.

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      1988
      1988

      First 'Best Airport' Award‎

      Changi Airport is recognised as the world’s leading airport.

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      1989
      1989

      SIA First to Operate B747-400‎

      SIA becomes the first airline to operate a B747-400.

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    • 1990
      1990

      Stringent on Quality‎

      Changi strives to improve passenger experience.

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      1991
      1991

      Terminal 2 Opens‎

      Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong officially opens Terminal 2.

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      1993
      1993

      Princess Diana Visits Singapore‎

      A very special presentation of the 6th?'Best Airport' award.

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      1995
      1995

      World's First Transit-area Swimming Pool‎

      Changi Airport is the world’s first to offer passengers a refreshing swim.

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      1997
      1997

      First Open Skies Agreement Signed‎

      Paving the way for commercial aviation in Singapore and beyond.

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      1998
      1998

      New Facilities for Passengers in Transit‎

      A news hub, sports arena and movie theatre are introduced.

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    • 2000
      2000

      New Millenia of Technology‎

      New technology facilities and services are introduced.

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      2001
      2001

      'What's Your Range?'‎

      We organised an airport gameshow and introduced broadband Internet in the airport.

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      2002
      2002

      Changi Airport MRT Opens‎

      The Changi Airport MRT Station opens and flights-on-the-go? are introduced.

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      2004
      2004

      Spiderman and Automated Check-in Systems‎

      Spiderman appears in the airport and we tested an automated check-in system.

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      2006
      2006

      Changi Airport Wins First Skytrax Title‎

      The airport continues its run of wins at the new Skytrax World Airport Awards.?

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      2007
      2007

      SIA'S Airbus A380 in Changi‎

      Changi welcomes the first Airbus A380.

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      2008
      2008

      World's First Butterfly Garden Opens‎

      Terminal 3 opens, featuring the first-in-airport Butterfly Garden.

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      2009
      2009

      Changi Airport is Corporatised‎

      Changi Airport is corporatised and managed by Changi Airport Group.

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    • 2010
      2010

      Soaring to Greater Heights‎

      At the start of a new decade, Changi strives to become the quintessential gateway to the world.

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      2011
      2011

      Improving the Retail Experience‎

      Changi introduces Experience Ambassadors and a Loyalty Rewards programme.

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      2012
      2012

      Kinetic Rain Unveiled in Terminal 1‎

      The world’s largest kinetic sculpture is unveiled to the public.

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      2013
      2013

      New Development Plans and e-Commerce‎

      Development plans of Jewel Changi Airport are announced and iShopChangi is introduced.

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      2014
      2014

      Construction of Jewel Begins‎

      Construction of Jewel Changi Airport commences, and Fast and Seamless Travel (FAST) initiative is introduced.

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      2015
      2015

      Celebrating our 500th Best Airport Award‎

      Changi Airport wins Skytrax for the 3rd consecutive year and 6th time overall.

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      2017
      2017

      Terminal 4 Opens‎

      Terminal 4 opens on 31 October 2017.

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      2018
      2018

      World's Best Airport Again‎

      Changi Airport is Skytrax's 'World’s Best Airport' for a record 6th?consecutive time.

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  • A Bright Future

    Future of Changi

    Today, Changi Airport is renowned for its unrivalled passenger experiences, which have become synonymous with global connectivity, clockwork efficiency and unique, thoughtful services.

    As the number of passengers we welcome continues to rise, and the needs of those passengers become increasingly sophisticated, our challenge is to raise our standards even higher.

    It’s a challenge we are already embracing, with creative solutions and signature experiences that will redefine air travel for generations to come.

    Changi East

    Passenger traffic at Changi Airport is expected to grow by 3–4% every year for the next 20 years. At this rate, current airport capacity will be reached by the late 2020s.

    The Changi East development is a response to this expected growth. It’s a bold strategy to maintain Changi Airport’s and Singapore’s competitive edge for the long term.

    With a new, third runway, one of the world’s largest mega terminals, and a range of exciting new facilities, Changi East will ensure Changi Airport is equipped to accommodate and delight ever more passengers and their ever-increasing demands.

    Find out more

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