SINGAPORE: Changi Airport’s brand new Terminal 4 (T4) opened on Tuesday by welcoming passengers of Cathay Pacific and Korean Air.
As at 1700 hours on Tuesday, T4 had served 11 flights and about 2,400 passengers. More than 80 per cent of them used at least one of the Fast and Seamless Travel self-service options for check-in, bag-drop, immigration and boarding. By the end of the day, T4 had handled 19 arrival and departure flights carrying about 4,200 passengers.
Cathay Pacific and Korean Air were the first two of nine airlines to be operating at Changi’s brand new terminal. On November 2, Cebu Pacific Air and Spring Airlines moved to their new Changi home, and then on November 7 AirAsia Group and Vietnam Airlines will also move into T4.