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Singapore airport: automation and self-service


Passengers of the new terminal 4, Singapore Changi airport will be expected to pass all the procedure – the complex will be the first fully-automated terminal in the country.

Passport control for the flight will be automated. Get your boarding passes when you check in, each passenger will be from the machine, after which he will have to stick the baggage tags.

Data from boarding passes at the gate will read a specially installed turnstiles. To communicate with employees of the airport the passenger will have only during the passage of security control or if there are problems with the system of machines.

The new terminal 4 will be built on the site of the old budget terminal, and its area is 195 thousand square meters, that is seven times larger than the old. To serve the new complex will be both low cost and classic airlines. It will have 17 boarding bridges for medium-haul and 4 air bridges for long-haul aircraft.

Passengers of the new terminal of Changi airport will be able to enjoy all the benefits of modern architecture and new design. Custodial and public areas of the airport will share a 300-meter long gallery, and the reception area will be freely viewable by the stores Duty Free.

After passing the control in the new terminal towards the departure gate, the passenger will get into the shopping complex. And in anticipation of departure everyone will be able to relax on comfortable easy chairs in a green area of the airport.

Category: Airway
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Date of publication: 12.11.2013

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