Terminal 4 is to reopen in September, while departures in the southern wing of Terminal 2 will restart in October, to cope with the influx of passengers as the northern hemisphere winter seasons gets under way.
Changi Airport in Singapore will reopen two of its terminals closed as a result of Covid
-19 as travel springs back faster than expected.
Terminal 4 will reopen in September while departure operations in the southern wing of Terminal 2 will restart from October, Changi Airport Group said in a statement on Friday. The moves will add operating capacity, allowing the airport to cope better with the influx of passengers as the northern hemisphere winter seasons gets under way.
Singapore is welcoming travellers back after it removed all quarantine and testing rules for fully-vaccinated people in early April. National flag carrier Singapore Airlines is aiming to be operating at 67 per cent of its pre-Covid
capacity by September.