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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.
To ensure a smooth and safe flight for all, we encourage all passengers to Make Safety Your Priority. Here is a list of cabin safety tips you should keep in mind for your next flight.
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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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Cabin safety procedures are in place to mitigate risks such as turbulence. To minimise injuries during a flight, observing these simple cabin safety tips will ensure a safe and smooth flight.