Construction of the new Changi Airport passenger terminal building has been completed, with the installation of interior fittings and preparations for operations the next stage of development.

Located on the southern end of Singapore’s Changi Airport, the new two-storey Terminal 4 building is being accompanied by two multi-storey car parks, a two-storey taxi holding area and three vehicular and pedestrian bridges offering access to the new passenger terminal. Construction began in early 2014 and the building is expected to open in the second half of 2017.

“The past three years have been an intense and exciting journey for Changi Airport Group (CAG) and our project partners,” said Yam Kum Weng, CAG’s executive vice president, air hub development. “We worked closely with the architects and contractors to ensure that the development works were carried out according to plan and witnessed the transition of our vision from architectural blueprints to fruition.”

When completed, Terminal 4 will introduce fast and seamless travel (FAST) initiatives to Changi Airport – the first time the airport will feature such options – aimed at enhancing passenger experience and operational efficiency. These will include new FAST self-service as well as automated options covering check-in, bag-drop, immigration clearance and boarding.