Foreign airlines get approval to fly transit passengers to Changi Airport

The move to allow airlines to fly transit passengers through Changi marks another small step forward in reviving the Republic's air hub.
The move to allow airlines to fly transit passengers through Changi marks another small step forward in reviving the Republic's air hub.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

SINGAPORE - Several more airlines have received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) to stopover at Changi Airport with passengers enroute to other destinations.

At least three airlines - German carrier Lufthansa, Swiss International Airlines and Garuda Indonesia - have resumed ferrying transit passengers this month, based on checks by The Straits Times.

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