Singangi Airport Case Study

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The mainly economic impacts of the Changi Airport which directly and indirectly generated the number of jobs of the Singapore. Due to the number of employment of an airport which is according to some factors, including the volume and mix of passenger traffic, the amount of freight and the actual capacity utilisation of the airport (Graham, 2014), and Changi Airport currently is the seventh busiest airport for international passenger traffic and it is a one of the world's busiest airport for air cargo (Changi Airport, 2015), so this airport can provided a large number of the jobs for Singaporean directly and indirectly. For instance, airport management, security and maintenance which are directly employed by airport operators. Some jobs are depend on the airport such as flight crew, check-in staff and maintenance crew which employed by airlines and handling agents. Also, other jobs on-site at airport such as hotels, retail outlets, restaurants, government border agencies which provided jobs for people who are work at the airport (Graham, 2014).

In the Singapore Changi Airport which provided about 40,000 jobs to Singaporean who work at Changi Airport, including over 500 employees in the
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Also, they can enjoy low airfare from low-cost carriers (LCC) due to some LCCs based and operating in Changi Airport such as Tiger Airways, Scoot, JetStar, Lion Air, Air Asia and Cebu Pacific etc. (Budget Airline Guide, 2016). On the other hand, foreigner who are easy to visit Singapore too. Because many airlines are offering direct flights to Changi Airport from other cities, visitors have many choices to choose if they want to visit Singapore, for example Hong Kong people who can choose Jetstar, Cathay Pacific Airways, Singapore Airlines, Tigerair, Scoot to go to Singapore