Singapore’s Changi Airport Group (CAG) will suspend Terminal 4 operations and relocate airlines to Terminals 1 and 3, from May 16.
Passenger traffic fell 99.5% in April compared to the same period the year prior.
CAG says the move will enable the group and its airport partners to continue saving on running costs like utilities and cleaning.
As reported, on May 1 CAG suspended operations at Terminal 2 for 18 months and relocated airlines to remaining terminals.
The group said that the decision took into account the steep decline in passenger traffic and the likelihood that air travel demand will not return to pre-COVID-19 levels in the near future.