Playground in the new Terminal 4

The Changi Airport Terminal 4 tries to make it easier for parents to spend their time at the airport. And they added a new playground to make the process simpler and easier than ever before for all kids. The new structure also has a name, it’s called Chandelier and it has around 10 KM of rope, it’s also supported by around 15 tons of steel too. It seems to admit up to 50 people at a time.

At the time of this writing they are still putting the final touches, but it will be available very soon for everyone. The Changi Airport is handling 82 million passengers, so adding a structure like this does make a lot of sense to be honest. There will be a need for adjustments and so on, but it will be a great addition to the terminal, that’s for sure. The Changi Airport Terminal 4 is home to 11 airlines and having a structure like this does make a lot of sense there.


But the Changi Airport Terminal 4 is also testing some technologies that will be added to T5. They are definitely going to bring in front some nice features and ideas to the table. Which is exactly what you need to focus on at this particular time. This terminal is the first one that uses facial recognition. This tech is designed to make sure that the same person moves from the first to the last step of boarding.


Why is this tech needed? There have been cases of people swapping identity and luggage for money, which is why it makes a lot of sense to adjust and adapt stuff like this in a meaningful way. You really have to tackle such a problem the best way that you can, and in this case the Changi Airport Terminal 4 does a very good thing.


The addition of a playground is a nice touch for the Changi Airport Terminal 4 and it’s definitely set to bring in some nifty results. Only time can tell if this will be a success or not. But having a way to spend your time with your kids while you wait for a flight makes a lot of sense. Plus, more and more people go through the airport every year, which means it makes a lot of sense to add this sort of stuff!



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