Singapore Demolishing Budget Terminal, Plans Larger Facility

Singapore is scrapping its budget terminal after only six years of operation and is replacing it with a new, larger terminal that will cater to low-cost carriers. The budget terminal opened in 2006, but Singapore’s Changi Airport Group (CAG) says the terminal is closing on Sept. 25, so it can be...

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