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Revision of Passenger Service Charge at Changi Airport

Changi Airport Group (CAG) has announced that the Passenger Service Charge (PSC) for passengers departing Singapore Changi Airport will be revised from S$13.90 to S$19.90 (US$11.15 to US$16) with effect from 1 April 2013. The new PSC will apply to all air tickets purchased from 1 November 2012 for travel on or after 1 April 2013.

The Passenger Security Service Charge (PSSC) of S$8.00 (US$6.40) remains unchanged. Including the Aviation Levy of S$6.10 (US$4.90), collected by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), departing passengers will pay a total of S$34.00 (US$27.30). The PSC and PSSC for transfer and transit passengers of S$9.00 and S$3.00 (US$7.20 and US$2.40) respectively also remain unchanged.

The PSC revision will help to fund new investments required to cater to growing passenger traffic and partially cover Changi Airport’s aeronautical operating costs, which have increased. Over the next five years, CAG is committed to a more than S$2 billion (US$1.6 billion) expansion and enhancement programme at Changi Airport to sufficiently cater for capacity growth, preserve and improve service levels for airport users through end-of-life replacements and operational efficiency improvements.

Two imminent development projects – the development of the new Terminal 4 and the expansion of Terminal 1 – will raise handling capacity at Changi Airport by about 30% from 66 million to 85 million passengers per annum. With Changi Airport expected to serve an additional 10 million passengers per annum within the next five years, timely investment in terminal capacity is crucial in ensuring that the facility upholds its high levels of safety and security as well as continue to provide a world-class airport experience to its passengers.

July 30, 2012





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