Changi Airport T2 Partially Reopens With More Features
After the recent easing of border restrictions, demand for overseas air travel has quickly picked up as well. As a result, our local authorities have had to quickly develop measures to meet the increase in demand.
One of these measures is the reopening of Terminal 2 (T2) in Changi Airport. The terminal was shut down in May 2020 due to the low volume of passengers during the pandemic.
After conducting renovation and upgrading works, the Changi Airport Group (CAG) has announced that T2 will officially be open to the public from Sunday (29 May) onwards.
Along with the reopening, travellers can enjoy multiple features such as more automated immigration lanes and a larger arrival hall.
T2 in Changi Airport resumes operations on 29 May
On Sunday (22 May), the Changi Airport Group announced the partial reopening of T2 from 29 May onwards in a press release.
The terminal will progressively reopen over the coming months to accommodate a projected passenger increase. CAG will complete the expansion works by 2024, raising the terminal’s capacity to 28 million passengers yearly.
In this first phase of T2’s reopening, areas such as arrival immigration, baggage claim belts and contact gates at the southern wing of the terminal will resume operations.
CAG also confirmed T2 would primarily host the peak-hour arrival flights of airlines operating in T3.
A small number of flights departing from T3 may also use the boarding gates located at T2. However, passengers on these flights ...