Click below to learn more about the three major aspects of Singapore Aviation.


Air Hub

A GLOBAL AIR HUB CONNECTING THE WORLD

With over 100 airlines flying to some 250 cities around the world, Changi Airport is one of the world's busiest international airports and a major air hub in Asia.

Changi Airport is well served by many leading airlines. It is home to Singapore Airlines, one of the world's most admired airlines. Other Singapore carriers with their main base at Changi Airport include Jetstar Asia, Scoot, SilkAir, Tiger Airways and Singapore Airlines Cargo.

With more than 450 accolades under its belt, Changi Airport delivers excellent service, and unique and personalised travel experiences. More than 32,000 airport personnel, including the customer service agents, baggage handlers, equipment operators, custodial staff and security officers, display a high level of commitment and professionalism daily, taking pride in providing unrivalled service standards to ensure that all passengers can create their own exceptional journey through Changi Airport.

Through constant innovation and improvements, seamless and efficient operations and unrivalled capabilities and services, Changi Airport entrenches its status as a global air hub that accentuates the Singapore: Heart of Aviation identity.

Aerospace

A COMPREHENSIVE AEROSPACE MRO AND MANUFACTURING SECTOR

Singapore is the leading aerospace hub in Asia-Pacific, offering a comprehensive range of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services and advanced manufacturing capabilities. A one-stop location for all aircraft maintenance needs, Singapore serves a quarter of the Asia-Pacific market.

Singapore is home to more than 100 world-renowned aerospace companies and original equipment manufacturers, including leading local but global players such as ST Aerospace and SIA Engineering Company. Both companies offer comprehensive nose-to-tail airframe MRO services and are ranked among the top MRO providers in the world. In addition, all three engine majors (GE Aviation, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce) have facilities in Singapore, engaging in key activities such as design engineering and production of complex engine components.

As an aerospace hub, companies in Singapore can reap the benefits of world-class business infrastructure and the synergies from cluster integration, such as economies of scale, collaboration and a skilled talent pool.

The Seletar Aerospace Park (SAP) is the new centerpiece of our aerospace industry, providing critical infrastructure to support its growth. The dedicated aerospace park hosts a wide range of activities, including aerospace MRO, manufacturing and assembly of sophisticated aircraft parts, training and research & development.

Together, over 20,000 aerospace professionals in Singapore drive the dynamic pulse of the industry that enhances the Singapore: Heart of Aviation identity.

Air Cargo & Logistics

A TRUSTED AIR CARGO AND LOGISTICS HUB

The excellent connectivity of our global air hub provides the edge for Singapore to be a trusted air cargo and logistics hub in the region. From fresh flowers to high-value goods, more than 1.8 million tonnes of cargo move securely and seamlessly through Singapore every year.

Our air cargo sector boasts extensive and robust air freight handling capabilities, including specialised infrastructure such as the Coolport@Changi which supports the handling of perishable cargo within the airport Free Trade Zone.

Singapore is also home to 20 of the world's top 25 Third-Party Logistics Players (3PLs), many of whom are located within the Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS) in the Airport Free Trade Zone. ALPS enables quick turnaround of value-added logistics and regional distribution activities.

These capabilities and infrastructure, together with the high level of service and professionalism displayed by the cargo community, allows Singapore to ensure world-class efficiency standards and seamless air cargo flows.

With the trusted air cargo hub, the Singapore: Heart of Aviation pulse beats strongly.



Last Updated on 20 Feb 2018