Singapore's Changi Airport: Quiet Terminal Initiative

Travelers using any of the four terminals of Changi Airport in Singapore must be mindful of their flight schedule. Starting January 1, 2018, the airport introduced its "Quiet Terminal Initiative”.

Changi International Airport, Singapore. Photo by Charito Nario

“There will be no more ‘final call’ announcement and paging for a specific passenger to the boarding gate". Only essential announcements will be made, such as emergencies, lost and found children and passports, flight delays, gate and belt changes.

Changi International Airport, Singapore. Photo by Charito Nario

According to the Changi Airport Group (CAG), the cessation of final boarding call announcements will help ensure that passengers pay closer attention to more critical broadcast. Passengers are advised to plan ahead and be at the boarding gates on time for a stress-free journey.

Changi International Airport. Photo by Sepy Ape

From the previous year, each terminal saw an average of one announcement made every five minutes, adding to the hustle and bustle that travelers experience in airports.

Changi Airport, the main hub of Singapore Airlines, Scoots, and Tiger Airways, handled more than 60 million passengers in 2017.

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