Singapore is gearing up to accommodate the expected increase in air traffic.

It was previously announced that Changi Airport Terminal 4 will resume operations on September 13 after being closed for two years due to COVID-19.

Construction on Changi Airport Terminal 5 has resumed.

Terminal 2 upgraded

At Terminal 2, SIA will be the first airline to use the new check-in queues.

“Passengers who prefer self-service can use self-service check-in kiosks before dropping off their bags at the baggage check-in counters, after which they can proceed to immigration via automated immigration gates,” CAG said. said.

A variety of dining and retail outlets are also available in the South Wing’s public and transit areas. These include many stores that returned to their original locations before the terminal upgrade, CAG said.

Terminal transit hotels and paid lounges will be open to departing and connecting passengers. Eligible Singapore Airlines customers have access to the Terminal’s SilverKris Lounge.

“Once T2’s North Wing is fully completed by 2024, passengers can expect even more interesting F&B and retail options, as well as new attractions that enhance their travel experience through Changi,” said CAG. .

It added that it will conduct further operational readiness tests with airline and airport partners to ensure all systems and processes are in place for the smooth opening of Terminal 2’s south wing.

“With a new design, upgraded systems and a high degree of automation throughout the passenger journey, T2 will enable Changi to better serve passengers in preparation for the peak of the busier holiday season,” said President, Airport Management. .

He added that CAG is working closely with airline and airport partners to welcome more passengers at Terminal 2.

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