Jetstar Sees Changes to Flights as Singapore Airport Fees Rise

March 2, 2018

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Qantas Airways’ budget arm Jetstar said Singapore’s move to raise passenger fees at its Changi Airport will compel the carrier to“shift flights around” to cope with changes in demand and may impact the city-state’s aviation hub status.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) said earlier this week it would introduce a new airport development levy effective July 1 of S$10.80 ($8.17) for passengers who begin their trips from Changi and S$3.00 for those transiting.

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