SINGAPORE, 16 September 2021: Singapore Changi Airport has successfully renewed its accreditation under the Airports Council International’s (ACI) Airport Health Accreditation Programme, demonstrating that the health measures in place at the airport are aligned with industry best practices.

ACI introduced the Airport Health Accreditation Programme in
mid-2020 to enable airports across the world to demonstrate that they have
established health safety measures in place throughout their facilities and
processes. This will enable passengers, airport workers and visitors to have
peace of mind when using the airport’s facilities.

Among the key items in the accreditation renewal process was
how Changi segregated its terminals into different zones to minimise mixing of
passengers and staff for improved health safety in both the transit and arrival
areas. Based on the zones that airport staff serve in and their interaction
levels with passengers, they don different levels of personal protective
equipment (PPE).

These stepped-up safety measures added layers to Changi’s
existing Covid-19 defences to keep passengers and visitors safe and to protect
airport workers. To date, Changi is also the only airport in the Asia Pacific
to be certified under the ACI Health Measures Audit Programme (AHMAP), an
external audit developed by ACI World in partnership with Bureau Veritas, a
world leader in testing, inspection and certification. It is based on the
internationally recognised SafeGuardTM standards.

Mr Lee Seow Hiang, CEO of Changi Airport Group, said,
“Ensuring the health and safety of passengers, airport staff and visitors will
always be the top priority for Changi Airport. We commit to working with our
airport partners to maintain best practices in hygiene and protective measures.
By doing so, we aim to instil a high sense of confidence among passengers and
visitors alike. With these efforts, Changi Airport will emerge stronger when
air travel eventually resumes.