This will make it less cumbersome to remember which terminal to go to.
This is so as the merger will help Changi Airport consolidate its strengths and cater to travellers in a more focused way.
One Singaporean, Kee Jiak Hong, said: “Merging the three terminals into one will see Changi Airport serve the interests of people as demographics change.”
“As people are getting old, it becomes cumbersome to always remember which terminal you supposed to go to.”
“So with one terminal, there is no mistake you are at Changi Airport.”
However, other locals said merging the three terminals will also have problems.
One local, Zeh Puay Kee, said: “With only one terminal to serve the whole of Singapore would not be enough.”
“Singapore must build another terminal to cater to the population or else will get boring.”