Singapore Changi Airport is set to see the establishment of a unique new shared working space in its T3 facility later this year.
JustCo, a flexible workspace provider in Asia, has unveiled details of a new partnership with the Changi Airport Group (CAG). This venture will see Asia’s inaugural pay-per-minute co-working center, established within the bustling Changi Airport Terminal 3 (T3).
As travel and face-to-face gatherings regain momentum in the post-pandemic landscape, JustCo is poised to revolutionize the “work anytime, anywhere” ethos.
The new offering provides 24/7 on-demand access to co-working spaces, nap zones, and an array of convenient dining options. In this article, we delve into the details of this visionary collaboration and its potential impact on modern work dynamics.
Scheduling for Q4 2023
The forthcoming JustCo Changi Airport T3 is scheduled to debut in the fourth quarter of 2023, setting new standards for accessible and dynamic co-working environments. This center marks a significant milestone as the first JustCo location to offer round-the-clock co-working access.
Boasting one of JustCo’s most extensive hot-desking facilities to date, the center is set to accommodate nearly 50 hot-desk workstations.
Beyond its impressive scale, the JustCo Changi Airport T3 introduces a pioneering pay-per-minute pricing model. This model caters to the needs of travelers and individuals seeking workspace solutions for varying durations, be it a few hours or mere minutes.
A Workspace Ecosystem
The JustCo Changi Airport T3 takes pride in being more than a conventional co-working space. It’s a carefully crafted ecosystem that encompasses diverse work modes and preferences.
Alongside the versatile hot-desk workstations, the center is amply equipped with private office suites, collaborative work lounges, and state-of-the-art meeting rooms furnished with video conferencing tools.
The layout is thoughtfully designed to cater to the evolving workstyles of contemporary professionals.
Beyond its sheer accessibility and varied workspace offerings, the JustCo Changi Airport T3 goes above and beyond by incorporating wellness and lifestyle amenities.
A dedicated nap zone, partitioned for tranquility, beckons individuals to rejuvenate during extended work hours or between flights. The center also houses a pantry complete with food vending machines, ensuring quick and convenient sustenance for busy individuals.
These amenities are poised to enhance the overall work experience and bolster the productivity of modern professionals who are always on the move.
The future of business travel
The strategic introduction of the JustCo Changi Airport T3 holds immense significance in ushering co-working solutions into the realm of business travel.
As Singapore continues to play a pivotal role in restoring international business travel, this center emerges as a pivotal touchpoint for globetrotting professionals.
The launch of this versatile and traveler-centric co-working space seamlessly complements the existing array of lifestyle offerings at Changi Airport. Travelers can now look forward to an all-encompassing experience that seamlessly integrates work, leisure, and networking.
Harmonious work-life integration
The partnership between JustCo and CAG reflects a forward-thinking approach to redefining work-life harmony for frequent business travelers and digital nomads.
Kong Wan Long, Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer of JustCo, notes, “Our collaboration with CAG aims to provide a convenient and cost-effective workspace solution for travelers and patrons of Changi Airport, regardless of their stay duration.”
With amenities such as round-the-clock access, nap zones, food vending machines, and technologically advanced meeting spaces, JustCo is poised to reshape the work landscape for business travelers and digital nomads alike.
Ms. Lim Peck Hoon, Executive Vice President for Commercial in CAG, underscores the importance of adapting to evolving traveler needs.
She states, “The introduction of the JustCo center within Terminal 3 is part of our ongoing efforts to refresh and enhance our offerings for our customers, enriching their airport experience.”
This new collaboration not only addresses the immediate demands of modern work dynamics but also aligns with Changi Airport’s commitment to fostering enriching experiences for its patrons.
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