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Singapore restarts Changi Airport expansion after two-year halt

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Bloomberg5/17/2022 12:26 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Singapore restarts Changi Airport expansion after two-year halt
Terminals 1 and 3 have been operating during Covid / Photo: Samuel Isaac Chua
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Singapore has resumed work on Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 after the project was halted two years ago as the Covid-19 pandemic wiped out travel.

The government will begin to re-mobilize design and engineering consultants to refine the construction of the terminal, Transport Minister S. Iswaran said at the Changi Aviation Summit in the city-state on Tuesday. Actual building works are expected to commence in about two to three years, he said.

Air travel is showing signs of a robust recovery in Asia as countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea allow fully-vaccinated people to enter without quarantine. To meet demand, airlines and airports in the region are increasing capacity and hiring more workers.

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