Singapore’s Changi Airport reported a new annual record for passenger traffic in 2015, with 55.4 million passengers (up 2.5% on 2014) and more than 346,300 aircraft movements for the 12-month period. Changi Airport Group (CAG) CEO Lee Seow Hiang said 2014’s dip in numbers was a result of several aircraft accidents and losses, coupled with depressed industry yields. This, he said, had led to a “relatively weak first six months” in 2015, but that the second half of the ...

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