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AirAsia moves to T4 at Singapore Changi Airport

October 20, 20172 minute read
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Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4 is opening, with airlines moving in over a week starting 31st October 2017. AirAsia moves to T4 on 7th November.

AirAsia moves to T4

There are a few important points to note:

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  • All AirAsia flights scheduled on or after 7th November will arrive at and depart from Terminal 4. 
  • All departing and arriving flight schedules remain unchanged.

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You will need to:

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  • Allow enough time to move through the new terminal. AirAsia advises passengers to arrive 3 hours before departure.
  • Let anyone dropping you off  or collecting you, know about the change.
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Other important information

The Singapore MRT system does not link directly to the new terminal.

Transport options available include:

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  • Taxi, private hire cars, bus and personal cars.
  • Access to the MRT from Terminal 2.
  • free shuttle bus service between Terminal 4 and Terminal 2.
  • The shuttle bus will run every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day, every day.
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Practical information for AirAsia passengers using the new terminal:

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  • AirAsia will operate from Row 4.
  • Group check-in services are available at Row 5.
  • They will have nineteen check-in kiosks, fourteen auto bag drop machines, two document check counters and two payment counters. 
  • Save time
    • check-in at home via web or mobile
    • print your bag tags at the self-service kiosks
    • drop your bags at the auto bag drop machines when you get to the airport,
    • proceed directly to the gate if you have no check-in baggage.
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Looking for more information on the move?  You can Ask AirAsia or send them questions online.
If you want to have a Live Chat, this is available when you ‘AskAirAsia’ if you’ve logged in using your AirAsia ID.

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