Changi rolls out $100-million aid package for airlines, other partners
Published on Jun 12, 2014 2:37 PM
Changi Airport has rolled out a $100-million assistance package to help airlines and other partners cope with tough times.
The new one-year initiative also aims to boost passenger traffic and strengthen Changi's hub status, as well as improve efficiency at the aiport, Changi Airport Group (CAG) said on Thursday.
From next month, all airlines operating at Changi Airport will enjoy an across-the-board reduction in operating costs including a 50 per cent rebate on aircraft parking fees and a 15 per cent discount on aerobridge charges.
Changi will reward airlines for growing transfer traffic at Changi Airport and work with carriers who want to raise operational efficiency.
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