Chinese Lunar New Year helps Changi’s cargo

CHANGI Airport’s air cargo traffic increased by 3.8 per cent year-on-year in January, buoyed by the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations, which occurred 10 days earlier this year.
The facility handled 151,400 tonnes of freight, says a company statement.
Changi Airport Group has implemented a number of incentives for freighter airlines, such as reduced landing fees and rents.

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