Singapore Changi Airport Is Open To Transit Passengers Again – Including From UK

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Some parts of the world are slowly opening up and it is again now possible for passengers from some countries (including the UK) to transit through Singapore Changi Airport.

Singapore Airlines Crew with PPE in Business Class. Photo: Henrik Olsen

Singapore Changi Airport is ready for transit travellers

Singapore and Changi Airport have worked hard to get ready to offer a safe and convenient transit experience. As the country is not open to entry for non Singaporeans right now, transit passengers must go through a special transit area.

In this transit area you will be greeted with a slightly different experience than before the Corona crisis. There are no shops and restaurants open, but you can buy food, drink and do your shopping through various self-service machines and apps. It will then be delivered to you in the transit area.

Passengers flying from the following European countries are currently eligible:

  • United Kingdom (London Heathrow)
  • Denmark Copenhagen)
  • Germany (Frankfurt)
  • Netherlands (Amsterdam)

A number of other countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China and Hong Kong are also included in the list of countries that can  transit in Singapore.

Watch a video of how transit in Singapore takes place here:

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