Top News Singapore Changi named world’s safest airport By TTG Asia / Posted on 15 September, 2020 16:08 Singapore Changi has topped Safe Travel Barometer’s list of the world’s safest airports, which assessed more than 200 airports on their implementation of Covid-19 health and safety protocols. Singapore Changi Airport posted a Safe Travel Score of 4.7 out of 4. Safety measures taken by the airport include the implementation of touchless initiatives to enhance the passenger experience across the landside and airside areas. These include sensor-based check-in kiosks and biometric- based immigration systems to eliminate fingerprint scanning. Singapore Changi Airport has deployed new contactless technologies across its terminals amid Covid-19 The Safe Travel Score is an industry-first rating initiative, based on an independent audit of more than 200 airports and 20 traveller health and safety measures announced by airports. Close on the heels of Changi Airport is Frankfurt Airport, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, and Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, each tied at a Safe Travel Score of 4.6 out of 5. UAE’s Abu Dhabi International Airport and Dubai International Airport are tied at 4.5 each. Other airports which made it to the global top 10, achieving a Safe Travel Score of more than 4.3 out of 5, include Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, and London Heathrow. Not a single airport from North America made it to the global top 10 list, primarily due to the relatively slow pace of implementation.