Changi airport transfer is the cheapest and most efficient way to travel between the airport terminals, city center, and harbor area. Free SIA shuttle buses are available to facilitate convenient access to Changi airport terminals 1, 2, and 3; passengers can choose which shuttle service to take according to the locations of their airlines’ check-in counters.
Changi airport shuttle schedule
Changi Airport is the main airport in Singapore. It is vast, has many shops and places to eat, and even has its cinema. There are three terminals at Changi airport shuttle. Terminals 1 and 3 are connected by a shuttle bus that runs around the airport’s perimeter road. Terminal 2 is connected to the other two terminals by a sky train that passes through carparks 2 and 3 and the transit hotel.
Terminal 1 has recently been expanded, and it now has four levels. The top-level (level 4) is for departures only, level 3 houses the main check-in area, level 2 is for arrivals and baggage claim, and level 1 houses the train station for the MRT.
Terminal 2 of Changi airport shuttle is connected to Terminal 1 via a sky train which runs every couple of minutes, 24 hours per day. It runs through carparks 2 and 3 and passes through the transit hotel before reaching Terminal 2 itself. The journey takes about 5 minutes from end to end, so from T1 to T2, you may have to wait up to 10 minutes if you miss one train. Terminal 2 is similar in layout to Terminal 1, with departures on level 4 and check-in desks.