Changi Airport Terminal 4 Open House

The construction of the new Terminal 4 began shortly after the ground-breaking ceremony on 5 November 2013. Although it has not yet started operations, the registered public had a chance for a walk-through during the Open House from 7 August to 20 August 2017.

Our "boarding passes" for the Open House.

Changi Airport Terminal 4 boast it's Fast & Seamless Travel (FAST) in the effort to increase productivity.

FAST departure step 1: Automated Check-in Kiosk where passengers collect their boarding pass and check-in luggage tag.

FAST departure step 2: Automated Bag-Drop Machine

FAST departure step 3: Automated Immigration Gate (upgraded version from the predecessor in T1, T2 and T3)

Bright red and purple seats for the waiting passengers

Balloon sculpture of Air Asia, which is one of the airlines that T4 will be serving when it opens.

Running low on battery? There are charging points at almost every seat.

Heritage Zone

Boarding area

FAST departure step 4: Automated Boarding Gate that has facial authentication ability.

It's always nice to watch the planes taking off and landing on the runway.

T4 Fact Sheet
- Ground-breaking on 5 November 2013
- Construction commenced in February 2014
- Construction completed in December 2016
- Annual handling capacity of 16 million passengers
- Total gross floor area of 225,000 Sqm
- 2 Multi-storey carparks with 1,700 parking spaces
- Coach bay with 38 parking spaces and 4 public bus bay
- Taxi deck for more than 300 taxis in-waiting
- 21 aircraft stands with aerobridge
- Provide direct links to more than 20 destinations
- Operate close to 800 flights a week
- Serve approximately 8 million passengers movements per annum
- 160 Fig trees along the boarding corridor
- 582,000 plants, trees and shurbs from 340 species (more than T1, T2 and T3 combined)
- 10-metre tall giant Chinese Fragrant Aralia trees along Arrival Hall
- 30-metre facade green wall leading to Departure Hall
- 90-metre Rock garden at Baggage Claim Hall

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