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This month, operations at Changi’s T4 have resumed: PH low-cost carriers.

Low-cost airlines AirAsia and Cebu Pacific (CEB) are directing passengers flying between the Philippines and Singapore to Changi Airport Terminal 4 starting on September 15 and 20, respectively.

Tuesday marked the reopening of Changi’s Terminal 4, which had been shut down for two years owing to the coronavirus outbreak.

Wednesday saw the CEB announce that its operations would restart at Terminal 4 on September 20, starting with the Cebu and Manila-Singapore flights.

At 8:30 p.m., flight 5J 803 from Manila is scheduled to depart. arrived in Singapore at 12:15 a.m. on September 19. 20 September. On the same day, Cebu-bound flight 5J 547 is scheduled to depart at 11:05 p.m. and land in Singapore at 3 a.m.

The CEB encouraged travelers to arrive at Changi Airport at least three hours before their scheduled flight. It is necessary for travelers headed into the Philippines to sign up for the One Health Pass.

Additionally, starting on September 15, all AirAsia Group flights to and from Singapore will operate out of Terminal 4.

Row 4 houses the self-check-in luggage area, the service desk, and the check-in kiosks, whereas Row 3 houses the group check-in.

AirAsia pushed the use of the e-boarding pass and self-check-in. According to the statement, online check-in is possible up to one hour before the flight’s scheduled departure.

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