Singapore Changi is to get a new, independent lounge which all passengers can enjoy for a small fee.
Singapore Changi today provided passengers with a sneak preview of its new Terminal 4.
Seletar Airport, Singapore's first international gateway, is to get a new S$50 million terminal that will allow it top handle up to 700,000 passengers per annum.
Singapore Changi is conducting trials of new 3D screening technologies that if successful could mean that passengers no longer have to remove laptops and other electronic devices from baggage at security checkpoints.
Singapore Changi has opened common use check-in counters in T2 (Row 7) and T3 (Row 10), and an early check-in lounge at Terminal 1 (near Row 5), to make life easier for outbound passengers turning up extra early for flights.