Date : 29 October 2013 This talk shares on recent and future regulatory changes to SAR 66 − Aircraft Maintenance Licensing, and provides elaborations on the privileges of Cat A, B, and C license holders. It also focuses on SAR 147 − Maintenance Training Organization Approval, as well as touches on the 5-step approval process and common SAR 147 audit findings.
Date : 29-31 October 2013 The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) is proud to support the MRO Asia Conference & Exhibition, a prestigious aerospace event which features cutting-edge information about aircraft maintenance products, services and best practices from industry professionals. Visitors will be able to interact with individuals from the airline industry, decision makers, buyers, suppliers and manufacturers for all your maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) needs. Entry into the exhibition space is free. To reserve your place at the conference or exhibition, register today!
Date : 19 - 21 November 2013 The Cabin Safety Seminar – organised by the ICAO Asian Cooperative Development of Operational Safety and Continuing Airworthiness Programme (COSCAP) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and supported by the Boeing Company – will give participants a better understanding of cabin safety aircraft certifications, cabin crew training and operations and lessons learnt from past accidents. Personnel from civil aviation administrations, aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul organisations (MROs), airlines and other related organisations are invited to attend. Registration is free. Download the registration form here.
Date : 2 – 5 December 2013 At the Seventh Triennial International Fire & Cabin Safety Research Conference, participants will be able to glean first-hand information on research conducted by leading aviation authorities, aircraft original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and research centres to enhance passenger survivability during airplane crashes. This conference is open to professionals from airlines, institutes of higher learning, research centres, companies and individuals that have interest in aircraft fire and cabin safety research. Organised by the Cabin Safety Research Technical Group, the conference is held once every three years and comprises members from FAA, TCCA, UK CAA, EASA, ANAC, CASA and CAAS. For more information, click here.
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.
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.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) received the Public Service Distinguished Award at the Excellence in Public Service Awards (ExPSA) Ceremony, which was held in conjunction with the Public Service Week.
With the continued strong growth of air traffic and planned investments in new infrastructure at Changi Airport, key airport processes will need to be transformed to raise labour productivity and operational efficiency at the airport.