Anticipating passenger growth in the coming years of 3-5% per annum, Singapore's government hopes to increase passenger capacity by 15 million per year with a new Terminal 4 (T4) due to open in 2017, and to build a “mega-terminal” T5 to boost capacity by another 50 million by the mid-2020s. Those moves together would bring capacity to 132 million passengers annually. Right now Changi's three terminals and three runways can handle 66 million passengers per year. The plan is to convert ...
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