A list of all 9 airports in Singapore with public/private-, military- and former airports.
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Seletar Airport was built in 1929 and completed by the British just before the Second World War, when it served as a military base. On 10 February 1930, Seletar Airport received its first commercial flight, a Dutch East Indies Airways plane carrying eight passengers from Jakarta. This made it both a civilian airport and military airbase.
21 Seletar Aerospace Road 1, Singapore 797405
Military Air Bases
Changi Air Base (East), or Changi East Complex is a facility extending the facilities of Changi Air Base, the existing facilities hence renamed Changi Air Base (West). Built on a 2 square kilometre site of reclaimed land, the new base was located approximately 2 kilometres east of Singapore Changi Airport and approximately 1.5 kilometres west of Changi Naval Base.
317 Tanah Merah Coast Rd, Singapore 498820
Changi Air Base (ICAO: WSSS) or Changi Air Base (West) (Changi West Complex), formerly RAF Changi, is an airfield military airbase of the Republic of Singapore Air Force located at Changi, in the eastern tip of Singapore. Sited at two locations to the east and west of Singapore Changi Airport, it co-shares runway facilities with the civilian airport and currently occupies a third runway slated for future expansion for civilian use by Singapore Changi Airport.
508 Cranwell Road, Singapore 509863
Paya Lebar Air Base (PLAB) (IATA: QPG, ICAO: WSAP) is a military airbase of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) and the United States Air Force (USAF) located at Airport Road in Paya Lebar, in the central-eastern part of Singapore. The airbase goes by the motto of Strength Through Readiness.
Paya Lebar, Singapore
Sembawang Air Base (helicopter base)
Sembawang Air Base (ICAO: WSAG) is a military airbase of the Republic of Singapore Air Force located at Sembawang, in the northern part of Singapore.
Sembawang Road, Singapore 758534
Tengah Air Base (IATA: TGA, ICAO: WSAT) is a military airbase of the Republic of Singapore Air Force located in the Western Water Catchment, in the western part of Singapore. The station is the most important airfield of the RSAF as it houses the majority of the RSAF’s fixed-wing frontline squadrons, home to all of RSAF’s Airborne early warning and control (AEWC) assets, most of the F-16C/D Fighting Falcons and many UAVs.
Western Water Catchment, 760 Old Choa Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 699806
Pulau Sudong Airport (Island Airport)
Pulau Sudong, Singapore
Kallang Airport (Closed 1955)
Kallang Airport (also known as the Kallang Aerodrome, Kallang Airfield and RAF Kallang) was the first purpose-built civil international airport in Singapore, opened officially on 12 June 1937 and ceased operations in 1955. Situated on the eastern shore of the Kallang Basin, the Kallang Airport spanned the modern planning areas of Kallang and Geylang at its greatest extent. The conserved complex, including the airport’s terminal building, is located wholly within Kallang.
9 Kallang Airport Way, Singapore 397750