After a two year hiatus, Singapore's Changi Airport will be resuming work on its Terminal 5 (T5) project.

The planned restart of the project was addressed by Singapore's Transport Minister Iswaran during the oepening of the Changi Aviation Summit following the pause due to “pandemic-fuelled uncertainties.”

“Given the current and .......

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