Voices Of Youth

Good move that will reduce flight delays

I am supportive of the initiative to end the final call for boarding at Changi Airport (Attention travellers: Changi to end final call for boarding; Dec 27, 2017).

A tranquil setting is more conducive for those on a relaxing holiday.

It also puts the onus on passengers to be on the alert for their flight time and to be more considerate towards others who have to wait for latecomers, resulting in flight delays.

Changi Airport may also consider an additional policy of offloading passengers who are late.

Such moves will drive desired behaviour and, in turn, propel a better-performing airport. Nothing less for our premier crown jewel.

Justin Chua Jun Jie, 13

Secondary 2 student


CALLING YOUNG READERS: If you are a student or aged 21 years or below, and want to air your opinion on any report or letter in The Straits Times, e-mail your letter to stforum@sph.com.sg, with the subject header ''Voices of Youth''. Do include your age, school level and contact details, and the headline of the report/letter you refer to. Please keep to a length of 250 words.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 03, 2018, with the headline 'Good move that will reduce flight delays'. Print Edition | Subscribe