SINGAPORE - Changi Airport has posted a YouTube video on its FansOfChangi channel on Tuesday to show people what the future Terminal 4 will look like.
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Changi's Terminal 4 opening in 2017
Karamjit Kaur The Straits Times Friday, Dec 27, 2013
SINGAPORE - Changi Airport's Terminal 4 (T4) will come with two new roads, two carparks, a bigger taxi-holding area and a new control tower. The total cost: $985 million.
The job will be undertaken by Japanese firm Takenaka Corporation, which has worked on previous Changi projects as well as other airports in Asia and Africa.
When T4 opens in 2017, its gross floor area of 195,000 sq m will cater for up to 16 million passengers a year, Changi Airport Group said yesterday.
The two carparks - a multi-storey and an open-air space in front of the terminal - will provide 1,500 spaces.
Taxis will wait for arriving passengers at a multi-storey holding area big enough for 250 cabs.
To improve access to T4, a new slip road will be built to provide a direct link to the East Coast Parkway. It will be located after the existing slip road that leads to the Pan-Island Expressway.
The new terminal will provide aircraft stands with aerobridges for 17 small planes and four wide-bodied aircraft.
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