Changi Airport Skytrain

The Changi Airport Skytrain consists of Mitsubishi Crystal Movers which operate on either a single track bi-directional train or a single track with passing loop. The routes served are as follows:

North Routes:
Terminal 3 Station B – Terminal 1 Station C (Transit)
Terminal 3 Station B – Terminal 1 Station C (Public)
Terminal 3 Station B – Terminal 2 Station E (Transit/Public)
Terminal 1 Station D – Terminal 2 Station E (Transit)
Terminal 1 Station D – Terminal 2 Station E (Public)

South Routes:
Terminal 3 Station A – Terminal 3 Gates A15-A21 (Transit)
Terminal 3 Station A – Terminal 2 Station F (Transit)

The Terminal 3 Station B – Terminal 2 Station E (Transit/Public) service is closed due to ongoing construction works for Jewel Changi Airport.
Public: Use the linkway between T2 and T3 above the MRT station.
Transit: Use the shuttle bus operating as per Skytrain hours between B Gates and E Gates at the North Bus Station (near Arrival Immigration). Follow signs towards the escalators to the Arrival Immigration. Alternatively, use the South Skytrain service between T3 Station A and T2 Station F if your gates are diagonally across (ie. A Gates to E Gates, B Gates to F Gates).

The Skytrain operates from 5.30am to 2.00am daily. During non-operating hours, public passengers can either walk between terminals or board the shuttle bus operating every 15 minutes at the nearest departure hall driveway door to the Skytrain station. Transit passengers can use the travellators to get between the terminals.

The station names correspond to the transfer concourse and boarding gates in that area.

The track system in the North and South routes are not physically connected, as such each set of routes has its own independent rolling stock and maintenance facility.

Mitsubishi Crystal Mover


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