Everything you need to know about the plans for Changi Airport Terminal 5 in 60 seconds

It is slated for completion around 2025, but it is good to know it now.

Martino Tan| August 31, 06:08 AM

Minister of State for Transport Josephine Teo, who is also the Chairperson of the Changi 2036 steering committee, gave details on the plans for Changi Airport Terminal 5 yesterday. Below is a summary of the plans:


1. According to MOS Josephine Teo on her FB, Changi Terminal 5 will be “one of the largest terminals in the world”. Terminal 5 alone will be able to handle 50 million passengers per year.


2. Terminal 5 will be linked to the other terminals via an underground train system. It will boast amenities such as hotels, events spaces and a business office park.


3. Terminal 5 will be built on 1,080 hectares of reclaimed land in Changi East. It is an area separated by Changi Coast Road.


4. Two conceptual options for the layout of Terminal 5 have been developed with various considerations: passenger convenience, efficient aircraft movement and terminal operations. The layout will be finalised in the first half of 2014. The two options below



Photo Source: Ministry of Transport Press Release


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Featured Photo: Josephine Teo Facebook