More airport terminals may spring from a 1,000-hectare piece of land in the Changi Airport area
More airport terminals may spring from a 1,000-hectare piece of land in the Changi Airport area.
The area may also site a second and new control tower and facilities that complement the air hub.
The Chairman of Changi 2036 Steering Committee, Josephine Teo, revealed this during an update on the committee's work.
Singapore will also decide by the end of this year when to open a third runway at Changi Airport for civil aviation use.
By 2017, when the new Terminal 4 is completed, Changi Airport will be able to handle 85 million passengers a year, compared to the current 73 million.
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