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Full details: Changi Airport T4 reopening from 13 September

Here's all you need to know about Changi Airport's Terminal 4 reopening on 13th September, including retail outlets and transit links, but will Jetstar still make the move across in October?

As we reported back in July, Singapore Changi Airport will reopen its newest passenger facility Terminal 4 on 13th September, thanks to a resurgence in travel following a relaxation of border restrictions in Singapore and around the region.

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Last week we had confirmation that the Blossom Lounge in the terminal would be reopening on the same date, accommodating Business Class passengers and status holders departing with full-service carriers like Vietnam Airlines, while also offering a Priority Pass or pay-per-use option for other travellers.

We now have further details of the initial T4 flights and reopening of selected retail outlets, while CAG and Jetstar remain locked in discussions about the carrier’s contentious move originally slated for late October.

Which airlines are moving to T4?

A total of 16 airlines will progressively move to Terminal 4 from 13th September onwards, as shown in the following table.

Airlines moving to Changi T4

Airline Current
Terminal
Relocation date
Cathay_Pacific Cathay Pacific
(CX)
T1 13 September
Korean_Air Korean Air
(KE)
T1 13 September
AirAsia AirAsia
(AK, FD, QZ, Z2)
T1 15 September
Bamboo Airways
(QH)
T1 20 September
Cebu_Pacific_Air Cebu Pacific
(5J)
T1 20 September
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is HK_Express-small.png HK Express
(UO)
T1 20 September
Jeju_Air Jeju Air
(7C)
T1 20 September
Juneyao_Airlines Juneyao Airlines
(HO)
T1 20 September
VietJetAir VietJet
(VJ, VZ)
T3 22 September
Vietnam Airlines
(VN)
T3 22 September
Jetstar
(3K, JQ)
T1 To be confirmed
(was 25 October)

As you can see, practically all former T4 operators are making their way back to the terminal in September, with the addition of Bamboo Airways and HK Express, who started operating at Changi since T4’s temporary closure in May 2020.

The reopening will largely take the pressure off Terminal 1, which is becoming very busy during peak periods.

Retail outlets

Terminal 4 will reopen with a limited selection of retail outlets initially, though the airport has promised this will increase over time, saying “more shops will be opening progressively in the coming months”.

Here’s the full list of openings planned from 13th September 2022.

Public Area (check-in hall)

  • Andes by Aston
  • Bakery Cuisine
  • Changi Recommends
  • Cheers
  • Food Emporium (selected stalls)
  • Ma Mum
  • O’Coffee Club Xpress

Transit Area (after security)

  • Charles & Keith
  • Coach & Furla
  • Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf
  • International Food Hall
  • Gassan Watches
  • Lotte Duty Free
  • Mont Blanc
  • Shilla
  • Sunglass Hut
  • The Cocoa Trees
  • Tiger’s Den
  • Trunk & Co.
  • TWG
  • UOB
  • WHSmith

Arrivals Area

  • Lotte Duty Free
  • The Shilla Duty Free
Andes by Astons is one of the dining options being reopened in T4’s public area. (Photo: Changi Airport Group)

The Blossom Lounge is back

As we revealed last week, the third-party Blossom Lounge in T4 will be reopening in tandem with T4’s relaunch on 13th September 2022.

The Blossom Lounge first opened along with T4 itself in October 2017, and offers a generous 1,100 sq m of floorspace, with seating capacity for 280 guests.

The Blossom Lounge is a SATS – Plaza Premium joint venture. (Photo: MainlyMiles)

The lounge is located on the mezzanine level above the main departures concourse, after immigration and security, and we’ve got a review from our visit shortly after it first opened in late 2017.