Singapore Seletar Airport
Singapore Seletar Airport customer review
Review by Xuess Wee 23rd April 2006
Not to be confused with Singapore Changi [SIN] this is a much smaller airport serving 1 commercial airline (Berjaya Air) and some chartered flights. The airport started as a pre-WW2 British military base. Some of the original architecture is still around: The waiting area is in a renovated bunker! There are separate arrival and departure halls. There are no cafes here just vending machines. In the departure hall there is a small waiting lounge for passengers taking the commercial flights mainly to Pulau Redang and Pulau Tioman in Malaysia. Customs clearance is fast and efficient. There are no connecting bridges; passengers board the flights by walking straight up to the plane.