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Changi Airport T4

 

Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4 is an upcoming passenger terminal building at Changi Airport. The construction of the new Terminal 4, commenced on 1 October 2011. Under a new concept of Fast And Seamless Travel at Changi (FAST@Changi) it will see options such as self-service check-in, self-bag tagging, automated baggage drop, immigration clearance and departure gates being rolled out extensively in the new building. The new Terminal 4 will be a two-storey, 25-metre-high building with a gross floor area of 195,000 square metres (seven times larger than the previous Budget Terminal). 17 stands will be available for narrow body aircraft, 4 stands for wide body planes. A bridge across Airport Boulevard will be constructed to enable buses and other airside vehicles to move from T4 to distant aircraft stands. There will also be a new dedicated 68-metre-high Ramp Control Tower constructed. While great emphasis has been placed on high technology within the new terminal space, it will be connected to the Terminal 2 by a conventional Airport Shuttle Bus rather than the automated Changi Airport Skytrain that links the other terminals.

Local cultural and heritage items will be used in decorating the terminal interior. The retail space will feature traditional Peranakan shop front facades.