Seletar Airport, which services passengers of chartered business flights and private jets in Singapore, will have a new passenger terminal building by the end of the year. The terminal has received its Temporary Occupation Permit and preparations are on track to begin operations by the end of this year.
The new terminal building has a floor area of 10,000 sqm – more than six times larger than the current terminal. Constructed and fitted out at a cost of about S$80 million, it is designed to handle 700,000 passenger movements a year, in anticipation of the growth in passenger traffic in the coming years.
Managed by Changi Airport Group, the new passenger terminal features an enlarged departure and arrival area, designed to handle scheduled commercial flights. The departure area will have four check-in counters, six immigration lanes, two security screening stations and a spacious gate holdroom, which can comfortably accommodate about 200 passengers. The check-in, immigration and security screening counters are positioned in an intuitive straight route through the departure hall, enabling a quick and stressfree boarding process for passengers. The terminal’s interiors are designed to create a relaxed and comfortable feeling for passengers.
The new terminal will also have a section for passengers travelling on chartered business flights and private jets, with its own waiting lounge area. On the airside, passengers will be able to board their flights conveniently with three aircraft parking stands next to the terminal. This allows passengers quick and efficient access to the aircraft, enabling greater operational efficiency and faster aircraft turnaround time.