Singapore’s Changi Airport has earmarked S$35 million ($25.8 million) over the next six years to upgrade the facility’s customer interaction, ground services and data handling capabilities. The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group (CAG) have said they will invest more than S$20 million on a new Smart Apron airport-wide wireless (Wi-Fi) communication network over the next six years, and an upgraded initiative to encourage airlines to move to ...

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