• Please note that the Early Check-in service in Jewel will be available only from 17th April 2019 onwards. To find out if your airlines offers ECI in Jewel, please click here.?
  • Visitors heading to Jewel are advised to take public transport as heavy roadway traffic may be expected during busy periods. For more information on how to get to Jewel, please click here.?
  • Visitors to Jewel are encouraged to take public transport. Besides the MRT, you can take these buses to Changi – 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110 & 858.

    Drivers can also park at T2, T3 & T4. Parking is free at T4 for the first 3hrs (10am to 10pm). Free buses between T4 and Jewel run every 5mins (10am to 1am).

    Log-on to the iChangi App for update information about car park availability.

Why Partner Us?


Singapore is the second most efficient country in?Southeast Asia and Southwest Pacific. We are also ranked the Best Global Air Cargo Airport for Performance, Value and Facilities.

World Bank Ranking

From the 2018 Logistics Performance Index (LPI), Singapore is ranked 7th, with an LPI score of 4.00.

Air Cargo Excellence Report

We are also the best global air cargo airport for Performance, Value and Facilities.?


Our International Air Connectivity

124 airlines*
412 cities
99 countries

One of the widest networks in Asia:

  • 25 cargo airlines operating over 318 weekly flights
  • 48 freighter city links
  • Regional freighters offering coverage and interline opportunities to emerging Southeast Asian markets
  • With more than 7500 weekly scheduled flights, an aircraft takes off or lands at Changi once every 80 seconds.
  • Key markets in Asia Pacific within 7-hour flight time
*As of December 2018,?including phyiscal and codeshare city links.


Aerologic China Cargo Airlines My Jet Xpress Airlines ?
Air Hong Kong Emirates Nippon Cargo Airlines ?
AirBridgeCargo Airlines Etihad Cargo Polar Air Cargo ?
All Nippon Airways EVA Airways Raya Airways ?
Asiana Airlines Federal Express Corporation Silk Way West Airlines ?
Cargolux Airlines Hong Kong Air Cargo Singapore Airlines ?
Cathay Pacific K-Mile Air Tri MG Intra Asia Airlines ?
China Airlines Korean Air United Parcel Service ?
? My Indo Airlines ? ?

Our Seamless Multimodal Connectivity

  • Air. Sea. Road. We’ve got you covered.
  • Dense sea and road networks for multimodal transhipment
  • Seamless intermodal connectivity between one of the world’s busiest seaport and airport
  • Less than an hour’s drive from PSA terminals—the world’s second largest container port and busiest transhipment hub with connectivity to over 600 ports
  • Regional cross-border trucking networks

An Integrated Logistics Gateway

Designed to move cargo like clockwork, round the clock,?24 out of 25 of the world's largest airfreight forwarders have established major operations in Singapore.


APEX Logistics International

Dimerco Express Group

Hitachi Transport System

Kerry Logistics Network

Kintetsu World Express

Nippon Express

NNR Global Logistics


Yusen Logistics



Bollore Logistics

CEVA Logistics


DB Schenker

DHL Supply Chain & Global Forwarding

DSV Air & Sea Ltd.


Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

Kuehne + Nagel



Crane Worldwide Logistics



UPS Supply Chain Solutions


Supporting one of the world's busiest airports for international air cargo are dedicated developments built with a bright future in mind.?

Changi Airfreight Centre / Airport Logistics Park Singapore

With over 70 hectares of contiguous Free Trade Zone, Changi Airfreight Centre and Airport Logistics Park of Singapore offer shippers and third-party logistics companies a unique opportunity to establish Regional Distribution Centers or Regional Fulfilment Centers.

Changi Airfreight Centre

With?airfreight operations consolidated here, a 24-hour Free Trade Zone allows transshipment cargo to be broken down and reconsolidated with minimal customs formalities.

Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS)

With over 26 hectares of total land space, global shipping and third-party logistics companies gain unique opportunities to establish Regional Distribution Centres within the airport Free Trade Zone.

Cold-Chain Logistics

Deep knowledge on the handling, storage and transportation of temperature sensitive cargo is required to maintain the integrity of pharmaceuticals cargo and the freshness and quality of perishable products. With its dedicated temperature-controlled facilities, Changi Airport is able to provide cold chain solutions to store these delicate cargo for subsequent distribution locally and globally.

SATS Coolport

SATS Coolport is Asia’s first on-airport perishable handling facility dedicated to ensuring cold-chain integrity for a wide range of delicate cargo, including pharmaceuticals. With a well-trained team, quality management system and state of-the-art facility that adheres to Good Distribution Practice guidelines, SATS is proud to be certified by IATA as the world’s first CEIV in Pharmaceutical Handling in 2014.

dnata Coolchain

Built?in 2013, dnata Coolchain is designed to handle high-value, high-yield perishable items within a dedicated, state-of-the-art cargo handling facility. Encompassing the latest cold storage technologies and designs, dnata Coolchain offers uncompromised storage solutions and cold chain products for a wide range of temperature-sensitive cargo.


Singapore’s e-commerce is expected grow to a market size of S$5.4 billion by 2025. Featuring the latest technology which improves mailbag processing capabilities,?Changi Airfreight Centre allows operators to connect international e-commerce mail to an earlier flight for faster delivery, and improve traceability.?

SATS eCommerce AirHub

In April 2017, SATS unveiled a S$21 million eCommerce AirHub. The 6,000m2?facility houses state-of-the-art innovations and technology aimed at improving productivity. A fully automated mail sorting system increases the mailbag process capacity of SATS to more than 1,800 an hour.?A direct integration with SingPost’s airmail consignment operations and the facility’s location within the Free Trade Zone on the airside reduces turnaround time by 50 percent from six to three hours. This enables international e-commerce mail to connect to earlier flights for faster delivery.

SingPost Airmail Transit Center

Singpost has established operations in the Airmail Transit Center (ATC) in Changi Airfreight Centre (CAC) where it houses security screenings of mail imports into Singapore and processing of Express Mail Service (EMS), air parcels and registered mails. The four-storey ATC building also contains the processing of open transit (mixed transhipment) and closed transit (intact mailbags), where SingPost would cut CN38 documents for the transhipped mail.


Changi Airport is home to major express players—DHL Express, FedEx Express, and UPS.?With all major players operating regional hubs in Singapore, businesses and consumers have abundant choices to transport their goods and documents quickly, reliably, and predictably to and from destinations across Asia Pacific and the world.

By opting for time-definite services, shipments can reach major cities in Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Americas by the morning of the next working day.

DHL South Asia Hub

  • S$140 million facility in Changi Airfreight Centre
  • Operational since 2016
  • Floor area of over 23,500m2
  • Fully automated express parcel sorting and processing system, capable of processing 14,000 shipments per hour, up to 628 tonnes of cargo per day
  • Supports up to 5 times more flights in Singapore

FedEx Express South Pacific Regional Hub

  • Over 26,000m2?integrated facility, operational since 2012
  • S$97 million facility that houses air, ground, and clearance operations
  • Consolidation point for transshipments into and out of Australia, New Zealand &Southeast Asia
  • 2 adjacent freighter parking stands
  • More than 40 weekly FedEx flights in and out of Singapore
  • Fully automated, high-speed sorting system that can sort up to 12,000 packages per hour
  • Accommodates 280 delivery vehicles

UPS Singapore Headquarters

  • Singapore is home to UPS' Asia Pacific Regional headquarters
  • UPS’ facility in Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS) stands at almost 37,000m2 and is one of six facilities it has established in Singapore
  • 16 weekly UPS flights in and out of Singapore
  • UPS expanded its Worldwide Express? package service at the start of 2018 to provide an earlier delivery option for customers in Asia, which includes Singapore

Partner Us

We strive to develop a collaborative and consultative relationship with our air cargo partners to enhance our current and future facilities and infrastructure for our partners’ business needs.

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