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Changi Airport to allow transit passengers from June 2

Old May 20, 20, 12:36 pm
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Changi Airport to allow transit passengers from June 2

As reported by The Straits Times, the airport will be gradually allowing transit passengers from June 2.

Stringent measures will also be implemented to make sure that transit passengers remain in designated facilities within the transit area and do not mix with other passengers at Changi Airport.

Airport staff interacting with passengers will have to don personal protective equipment, while existing precautionary measures will remain in force.
There is no comment as to what these measures are.

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapo...rt-from-june-2
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Can you transit with one carrier to another? It is awfully hard to transit on SQ, as they aren't flying anywhere. You would need a connection to someone else. Would say BR and SQ be allowable, or OZ and SQ?
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Originally Posted by s0ssos View Post
Can you transit with one carrier to another? It is awfully hard to transit on SQ, as they aren't flying anywhere. You would need a connection to someone else. Would say BR and SQ be allowable, or OZ and SQ?
If all flights are on one ticket will be OK.
If two separate ticket that would/could be considered the end of one ticket at SIN and the start of another ticket at SIN:- not a connection. If the first airline will allow to board on the basis of a separate ticket out of SIN will be be a matter of conjecture. Some airlines will not interline bags on separate tickets
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Originally Posted by Mwenenzi View Post
If all flights are on one ticket will be OK.
If two separate ticket that would/could be considered the end of one ticket at SIN and the start of another ticket at SIN:- not a connection. If the first airline will allow to board on the basis of a separate ticket out of SIN will be be a matter of conjecture. Some airlines will not interline bags on separate tickets
Hmm, problem is SQ doesn't seem to be selling these connecting tickets onto BR. I know BR and SQ interline, but I guess you are saying it is risky if I have 2 separate tickets.
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