Singapore’s Changi Airport reported a decline of 0.5% in passenger numbers for September as traffic continues to slide year-over-year. The airport saw 4.25 million passengers and just over 27,020 aircraft movements—down from 4.65 million passengers and 28,360 movements in August 2014; the latter also registering a significant 5% drop from a year ago. But just as significantly, cargo volumes—despite a slight strengthening in other cargo hubs such as Hong Kong—slipped ...

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