Changi Airport has confirmed plans to temporarily suspend operations at Terminal 4 (T4) from 16 May
Airlines currently based in T4 will operate out of
T1 or T3 instead.
All the stores and restaurants in T4 will
also close and the shuttle bus service connecting to T3 will be
suspended until operations in T4 resume.
The closure of T4 will enable Changi Airport Group (CAG) and its airport
partners to save on running costs such as utilities
and cleaning. It also follows the suspension of operations in T2.
services in the airport have also been reduced. Visitors and staff can
continue to use the MRT link bridge between T3 and T2, and the
link bridges leading to Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel).
at T1 and T3 will be consolidated, with one serving each terminal.
On the airside, several finger piers in T1 and T3 will not be used
for flights until demand returns.
F&B outlets at Changi Airport are
currently only open for takeaways, and essential services such as pharmacies
continue to serve airport staff and the public in the airportís
public areas, including Jewel. The list of operating outlets can
be found on Changi Airportís website.
In April 2020, Changi
Airport handled 25,200 passenger movements and 3,870 aircraft
movements. Airfreight throughput for the month stood at 96,500