Emergency Video System to Let Callers Livestream Incidents to Operators
The Emergency Video System allows callers to livestream an incident to help operators in triaging and enable frontliners to prepare and make informed decisions.
by: The Beat Asia
May 23, 2022
Operations in Changi Airport Terminal 2 (T2) will resume on May 29, the Changi Airport Group (CGA) said in a press release on Sunday, May 22. This is the first phase of the terminal’s opening as it prepares to meet the increasing number of passengers in the coming months.
“CAG is encouraged to see the strong pickup in travel demand and has worked closely with our partners to bring forward the progressive reopening of T2 ahead of the June travel peak to meet this demand. The start of flight operations at T2 will provide more capacity to support our airline partners, who are also gearing up to serve more passengers in the months ahead. T2 will reopen in phases over the next two years to support Changi’s recovery as a regional air hub,” CAG Executive Vice President of Airport Management Tan Lye Teck said.
T2 has been closed for upgrading since May 2020. By 2024, its completed expansion will boost the terminal’s capacity by five to 28 million passenger movements annually.
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