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FAQs on Construction

How much steel was used for Singapore Flyer? Find your answers in FAQs on Construction.

FAQs on Construction

 

1800 tons of steel was used to build Singapore flyer.

 

Singapore Flyer was scheduled for completion by December 2007. Testing, commissioning, certification and training was carried out in January 2008.

 

Tropical rainstorms posed a problem during the steel erection process. However, lost time was regained by working late into the evening or night.

 

The rim size will never change nor will the capsules. However, internal upgrades to the audio/video aspects, floor finishing or benches may be made in the future.

Activities At The Flyer

Find fun-filled and relaxing activities at Singapore Flyer Retail Terminal. Specialty outlets like Flight Experience and Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa promise you a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.

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Shopping At The Flyer

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Dining At The Flyer

Take in the spectacular view while enjoying a delightful selection of local favourites and international cuisine.

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