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Scoot moves to Changi Airport Terminal 1 this October

August 14, 20192 minute read
Scoot moves

Singapore Airlines low-cost subsidiary Scoot moves to Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport on 22nd October 2019. The move from Terminal 2 is part of their on-going expansion plans. Ticket holders who are affected should be receiving reminders until the move.

Scoot moves

All Scoot flights will arrive at Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport from 22nd October 2019. All departures leave from Terminal 1 starting from 22nd October at 5.15am, Singapore time.

Important things to note:

Location of Terminal 1

  • It’s at the northern end of the terminal – Directions can be found here.
  • From other terminals at Changi Airport, directions here.

Check-in Counters

  • These are located at the Departure Level at Level 2, rows 5 – 7.
  • Check-in counters open 3 hours prior to scheduled departure.
  • Counters close 60 mins before scheduled departure with no exceptions.
  • Arrive at the airport at least 120 mins before departure to complete check-in procedures on time.

Self-service check-in

  • Self-service kiosks and automatic bag-drop machines are available at Terminal 1.
  • Use the self-service check-in facilities from 18 hours to 70mins before your flight, for all flights departing from Singapore.

Special assistance (e.g. wheelchair)

  • Scoot’s Flight Management counter is at Row 5, counter 12 in Terminal 1.
  • Please request assistance via the Scoot Call Centre at least 48 hours prior to departure to ensure availability.

Scoot Transfer Desk

  • Transfer Desks C and D are located within the transit area at Terminal 1.

If you have any additional questions, find Scoot’s FAQs here!

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