CAAS regulates and administers Singapore’s airspace based on the Rules of the Air regulations contained in the Air Navigation Order and in accordance with Singapore’s obligations under the Convention of International Civil Aviation. The Rules of the Air is akin to the “highway code” for civil aviation, governing the behaviour of aircraft in the air and on the ground.
CAAS regulates the utilisation of Singapore’s airspace, as well as activities that may pose a hazard to the safety of air navigation when carried out in close proximity to airports. Some of these activities are kite flying, aero-modelling, balloon release, balloon hoisting, pyrotechnic displays and laser displays etc. For further information on our services, please contact our officer at (65) 6595 4088 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, CAAS works closely with the aerodrome operator and other government agencies to maintain an environment around Singapore’s airports that is free of physical obstructions to ensure the safe and efficient flow of air traffic.