When is the best time to visit Singapore?
If you’re flying from Manchester (MAN) to Singapore (SIN), it’s worth knowing that Singapore doesn’t have the same four seasons as the UK. Instead, it’s governed by the monsoons. Northeast Monsoon Season runs from December to March, although it can rain from September through to February pretty solidly. Unsurprisingly, then, November is one of the cheapest times to fly to Singapore. On the flip side, July can be one of the most expensive times for flights to Singapore, as visitor numbers peak around this time and the weather is generally better. In Singapore, you’re likely to get showers all year round though, so it’s worth packing an umbrella whenever you go.
How many flights are there from Manchester Airport to Singapore Changi Airport a week?
There are about 490 flights from Manchester to or via Singapore every week.
Which airlines fly from Manchester Airport to Singapore Changi Airport?
You can fly from Manchester to Singapore with several carriers including Air France, KLM, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, British Airways and Qatar Airways.
Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Singapore Changi Airport?
Air France and Etihad often have cheap flights on this route, but deals change all the time.
Can I fly direct from Manchester Airport to Singapore?
Yes – Singapore Airlines fly direct from Manchester to Singapore.
How long is the flight from Manchester to Singapore?
The shortest flight time on this route is around 13 hours for a direct flight.
What time should I arrive at Manchester Airport?
Check what time your airline requires you to check in from. As a general rule, you should aim to be at the airport three hours before departure, and you’ll need to have checked in at least two hours before your flight.
How do I get to Manchester Airport?
There’s a good train link to Manchester Airport – the station is only a short walk from the terminals, with moving walkways to speed things up a bit. If you’re coming from the city centre, it takes about 20 minutes to get from Manchester Piccadilly station and trains run every 10 minutes, 7 days a week. There’s also a Stagecoach bus service from the city centre to the airport, which runs 24 hours a day, as well as a network of local buses. If you’re driving or getting dropped off, the postcode is M90 1QX and Manchester Airport is just off the M56.
How do I get into Singapore from Changi Airport?
You can take the train from Changi Airport MRT Station (CG2) to Tanah Merah MRT Station (EW4), then transfer to the East West Line towards Tuas Link MRT Station (EW33). Trains run seven days a week, but it’s worth checking timings if your flight lands early in the morning. If you’d rather get a taxi, expect to pay between S$20 and S$40 for the 30-minute ride into the city, plus an airport surcharge, which varies. If you’re travelling in a large group, try booking a City Shuttle with the 24-hour Ground Transport Concierge in Arrivals. Or, if you’re on a budget, you could take a public bus – they run from all four airport terminals.
Do I need a visa to travel to Singapore?
You don’t normally need a visa to enter Singapore for tourism, business discussions or social visits – you can stay for up to 90 days if you’re a UK passport holder.
Flying from Manchester Airport
Manchester Airport has three passenger terminals, with a skylink connecting Terminals 1 and 2, which are about a 15-minute walk away from each other. There’s a covered walkway between Terminals 1 and 3, which are five minutes apart. Singapore Airlines flights depart from Terminal 2. If you’ve got time to kill, there are plenty of shops and pre-bookable lounges, as well as Travelex UK currency exchange services in all three airport terminals.
Landing in Singapore Changi Airport
Singapore’s Changi Airport is a destination in itself. This place is home to the Jewel – AKA the world’s biggest indoor waterfall – and a vast shopping and dining hub. It links three of the airport’s four terminals, with more than 280 restaurants and shops under one roof. The airport has free Wi-Fi and plenty of charging points, and there are information desks in all four terminals if you need any help planning your onward travel or finding your way around this huge airport. There are currency exchange booths and cash machines both airside and landside in all four terminals.