Budget airlines expected to gain from Asean's open skies
Wed, May 18, 2016 - 5:50 AM
Despite having relatively little domestic traffic, Changi Airport has three terminals which can handle 66 million passengers and served 55 million in 2015, the most in South-east Asia. Work has begun on two more terminals.
PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN/THE STRAITS TIMES
LOW-COST airline groups and manufacturers of smaller passenger aircraft will be among the main winners after South-east Asia's open skies agreement finally came into effect last month, although airport capacity constraints could limit the benefits.