Changi East is a major infrastructural project to ensure that Changi Airport has the capacity to meet growing passenger and airfreight traffic. It is Singapore’s bold strategy to sustain the aviation sector’s competitive edge for the long term, and will consolidate Changi’s position as a premier global air hub.
As an air hub of choice, Singapore is constantly evolving to stay at the forefront of aviation. In our latest annual report, discover how CAAS is leading the march in TRANSFORMING SINGAPORE AVIATION.
Wondering what you should or should not pack for your next flight? For a safe and pleasant travel experience, learn about the restrictions on carriage of certain items on an aircraft, and ensure you pack it right for your flight.
With aerial activities becoming increasingly popular in Singapore, it is important that such activities are conducted safely. For more information on how to conduct your aerial activities safely and responsibly, click below.
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Given Singapore’s busy airspace and densely populated urban environment, aerial activities (such as flying of unmanned aircraft and kites, release of sky lanterns) must be carried out in a safe and responsible manner. Click below to find out more on how to carry out your aerial activities safely.
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More than 180 aviation leaders gathered at the Singapore Aviation Academy for the 6th World Civil Aviation Chief Executives Forum. Watch the highlights and hear their views here.