Buses, Changi Airport, Singapore

Changi Airport Terminal 4 Free Shuttle Bus Service: Transfer between Terminal 4 and Terminal 2 [Airside|Transit Area]

Terminal 4 (T4) is Changi Airport’s newest passenger terminal which was opened on 31 October 2017. Built on the site of the former Budget Terminal, T4 is about half the size of Terminal 3 but has a capacity that is two-thirds. T4 will redefine passengers’ travel experience through the Fast and Seamless Travel at Changi (FAST@Changi) concept at check-in, bag-drop, departure immigration and boarding, ensuring a fuss-free and faster departure process.

If you are flying with Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Vietnam Airlines, AirAsia, Cebu Pacific Air or Spring Airlines, you will be departing from and arriving at T4.

However, if there’s one missing frill in T4, it would be the lack of a common transit mall for arriving and departing passengers, and the Skytrain connectivity to the other terminals. This is replaced with a complimentary 24-hour Intra-Terminal Transfer Bus service between T4 and T2.


Transfer from T1, T2 & T3 to T4

Follow transfer signs located in the transit areas of T1, T2 and T3 to the “Bus to T4” lounge located at Terminal 2 Gate F51. The Intra-Terminal Transfer Bus service only operates between T4 and T2.



If you are coming from T1 or T3, you have to take the Skytrain to T2 first.

From T1: Take the Skytrain to T2 from Station D, and take an 8-minute walk to Gate F51.
From T3: Take the Skytrain to T2 from Station A, and take a 1-minute walk to Gate F51.

If you do not have your onward boarding pass, you should proceed to your respective airline transfer counters at T4. This is only for transit bookings on the same booking reference (PNR), with baggage checked through from your origin.

If you are transferring between flights with different PNRs (eg. Perth to Singapore on Singapore Airlines (Star Alliance) with booking reference LKJHGF and Singapore to Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific (oneworld) with booking reference MNBVCX), you have to clear arrival immigration, collect your baggage from the arrival carousel (if any), and proceed to T4 in the Public Area using the Terminal 4 Free Shuttle Bus Service to check-in again for your next flight.

Security clearance will be done at T2 Gate F51 before proceeding onwards to T4. This is due to the centralised security checks at T4 instead of the at-gate screening at T1, T2 and T3. You should ensure that you follow the liquids, aerosols and gels restrictions at this point.


Transfer from T4 to T1, T2 & T3

Follow transfer signs located in the Arrival Transit Area of T4 to the “Transfer to T1, T2 & T3” lounge located just before immigration.


Picture for illustration only.

If you do not have your onward boarding pass, you should proceed to your respective airline transfer counters at their respective terminals in T1, T2 or T3. This is only for transit bookings on the same booking reference (PNR), with baggage checked through from your origin.

If you are transferring between flights with different PNRs (eg. Hong Kong to Singapore on Cathay Pacific (oneworld) with booking reference ASDFGH and Singapore to Perth on Singapore Airlines (Star Alliance) with booking reference ZXCVBN), you have to clear arrival immigration, collect your baggage from the arrival carousel (if any), and proceed to T2 in the Public Area using the Terminal 4 Free Shuttle Bus Service and onwards to T1 or T3 (if required) to check-in again for your next flight.

Security clearance will be done at the gate of your departing flight at T1, T2 or T3. You may bring along your liquids, aerosols and gels if you somehow have any after disembarking from your flight at this point, and continue to use them in the common Transit Area of T1, T2 and T3 before you proceed for security screening before boarding your next flight.


The Intra-Terminal Transfer Bus service operates between T4 and T2 only. If your flight is departing from T1 or T3, take the Skytrain to access your required terminal.

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