Cheap Flights from Manchester to Singapore Changi
Flight information Manchester to Singapore Changi
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Average flight time, total distance 6814 miles
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This information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from Manchester to Singapore
Singapore Airlines is the only airline offering direct flights from Manchester to Singapore.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Singapore Airlines flights leave from Terminal 2. The check-in desks are on the ground floor of the terminal and you need to go upstairs to access the departure lounge. Make the most of your duty free allowance in Dixons Travel and Biza Duty Free, sort out your travel money at Travelex, or pick up some last minute essentials at WH Smith and Boots. Dining options include The Observatory Bar, Brodericks, Caffe Nero and Frankie & Benny's.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Arrival terminals are announced two hours before landing. The airport is easy to navigate, with a free Skytrain service connecting every terminal. Passengers with a five hour or longer layover at the airport can enjoy free city tours. You can arrange it at the Free Singapore Tour booths which can be found in every terminal. If you're heading into the city you can book your transfer at the Ground Transport Desk: there's one in every terminal. Airport shuttles cost $9* (just under £4.50), limousines cost $50* (just over £24.50), four-seater cars are $55* (roughly £27) and seven-seater cars are $60* (around £29.50). There's a taxi rank with metered cabs outside the airport. Day-time fares are about $20-30* (around £10-15) to downtown, and there's a 50% surcharge for night-time travel. The airport also has an MRT train station. Take the train to Tanah Merah and transfer onto a city-bound train. Tickets are $1.90* (about 95p) plus a $1* (about 50p) deposit for a travel card. Bus stations are available in every terminal, and local buses charge about $2* (less than £1) for the journey into town. Bear in mind these services are slower, with many stops. If you're planning to hire a car at Singapore Airport you'll find Avis and Budget in every terminal, and Hertz in terminals 2 and 3.
British citizens don't need a visa to visit Singapore for 30 days or less. This only applies if you're visiting for tourism, flight transfers, business meetings or visiting friends/family. If you're visiting for other reasons, for example working or studying, you will need to speak to your nearest consulate. Your passport needs to be valid for six months after you enter Singapore, even if you're just passing through en route to another flight. Some medicines are controlled substances in Singapore, and you will need to apply for permission from the Singapore Health Sciences Authority to bring them into the country.
What to expect in Singapore
Singapore is eight hours ahead of Manchester and the currency is the Singapore Dollar ($). Prices in Singapore are lower than Manchester. You can expect to pay less than £30* for a mid-range dinner for two. A pint of local beer costs about the same as it would back home, however. The temperature in Singapore sits around 26-27°C all year. September to February is the wet season, so it's best to avoid visiting during these months. For information on what to see while you're in town, check out our guide to the 10 best things to do in Singapore.
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