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Runway Safety : From the Ground Up
Date : 30 April 2014
With runway accidents accounting for about one third of all aviation accidents globally, the aviation community has been looking at ways to reduce such accidents, particularly runway excursions and runway incursions.
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Master of Science in Air Transport Management (jointly organised with Cranfield University, UK)
Master of Science in Air Transport Management (jointly organised with Cranfield University, UK)
Date : 1 intake a year - July
This programme is designed to equip participants with the skills required to pursue a successful career in various sectors of the air transport industry. It combines compulsory air transport core learning with an increased focus on leadership and personal development, and builds on this with optional modules chosen to suit individual interests and career aspirations. Those who should apply include middle to senior management personnel involved in air transport development from civil aviation administrations, air navigation service providers, airport operators, airlines, air transport consultancies and aerospace companies.
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Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation: Underwater Search and Recovery of Flight Recorders
Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation: Underwater Search and Recovery of Flight Recorders
Date : 6 - 8 October 2014
This course provides practical knowledge on planning, preparation and management of underwater search and recovery of flight recorders through hands-on training in the use of flight recorder detection and localisation equipment at sea. Those who should attend include aircraft accident investigators, airline safety investigators and personnel involved in oversight of accidents and serious incidents from civil aviation administrations, airports, safety and regulatory bodies, airlines and aircraft manufacturers, law enforcement, maritime, navy, government agencies and airport emergency services.
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Singapore’s First Air Traffic Management Research Institute Takes Shape
5 Mar 2014
Governing Council established.
  
  
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New taxiways to be built at Changi Airport
17 Feb 2014
It was earlier announced that as part of the Changi Airport expansion plans, a new Terminal 5 will be constructed and a three-runway system implemented to accommodate long-term air traffic growth and support Singapore’s continued success as a global air hub.
  
  
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CAAS and MITRE Collaborate to Establish Air Traffic Management Research and Development Centre in Singapore
13 Feb 2014
Centre is expected to perform over US$100 million worth of ATM research over the next 10 years.
  
  
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CAAS Unveils New Singapore Air Traffic Control Centre
10 Feb 2014
The new centre represents a quantum leap in Singapore’s ATM capability.
  
  
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Singapore Strengthens Cooperation with ICAO in Leadership and Management Training
10 Feb 2014
Singapore and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) concluded a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on cooperation in leadership and management training.
  
  
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The Heart of Aviation Beats Strongly at 3rd Aviation Run
16 Nov 2013
Over $200,000 was raised for the less fortunate by the aviation community on Saturday morning at the 3rd Aviation Run, which was organised by CAAS. Dring the event at the Changi Exhibition Centre, over 2,000 people formed a human airplane - setting the record for the "Largest Human Formation of an Airplane" in the Singapore Book of Records.
Click here for event photos.
  
  
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Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) is the first statutory board to receive the 2013 Workplace Safety and Health Risk Management Award
01 Aug 2013
In the aviation industry, safety is paramount. As the aviation authority of Singapore, CAAS fully embraces safety as a core value and strives to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all.
  
  
  
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Discover the Heart of Aviation at Third Aviation Open House 2013
25 Jul 2013
CAAS and industry partners come together to showcase the vibrant Singapore aviation industry.
  
  
  
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Paperless Air Cargo and Logistics Solutions to Boost Productivity Across Supply Chain
25 Jun 2013
Supply Chain Inter-agency efforts to encourage and ease the adoption of solutions.
  
  
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Assuring Safe Aircraft Operations at Changi Airport Despite Haze
24 Jun 2013
In light of the haze situation, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group (CAG), together with other airport stakeholder agencies, have taken steps to ensure that aircraft operations at Changi Airport continue to be conducted safely and efficiently even in low visibility conditions.
  
 

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