Although Singapore’s Changi Airport registered a new record high in terms of passenger numbers at 54.1 million passenger movements in 2014, its year-on year-growth reflected only a 0.7% increase in passenger numbers compared to 2013. Airport management said the poor figures were the result of “several unforeseen events that depressed travel demand, [together with] a difficult operating environment for many airlines in the region.” Apart from a one-year hit in 2009, due to ...

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