Regardless of whether you are operating to Changi Airport or Seletar Airport, a slots approval is required before you operate to Singapore:
To apply for slots at Changi Airport, all Singapore air operators must submit their applications to the Changi Slot Coordinator via either:
a. A Slot Clearance Request (SCR) to the Changi Slot Coordinator (CSC) minimally 72 hours prior to the operation of the flight, for which the slot will be utilized, at:
Tel: +65 6541 2378 or +65 6541 3064
b. For operators without a 2-letter IATA airline code, a General (Aviation) Clearance Request (GCR) to the Changi Slot Coordinator (CSC) at:
For urgent non-scheduled, scheduled and private flight operations that are less than 24 hours from the proposed date of operation, in addition to submitting the SCR/GCR, operators/agents must also inform the Airside Operations Section of CAG (Airside Management Centre) at +65 6603 4906 / +65 6541 2275 / +65 6541 2273.
All Singapore air operators of non-scheduled or private flights intending to operate to Seletar Airport must submit flight details of their planned operations to the Seletar Schedules Facilitator prior to these operations. Details of your planned operations shall be submitted by operators or their agents to email@example.com during the flights submission window. The flights submission window is defined as no earlier than 7 calendar days but no later than 1400 UTC / 2200 LT on the day prior to the planned operations.
For urgent non-scheduled flight operations of which details were not submitted during the flights submission window, operators or agents must submit the details to Seletar.firstname.lastname@example.org and call to inform the Airside Operations Section of Seletar Airport at +65 6481 5077.
Operators shall be prepared to make adjustments to their operations when necessary as advised by the Seletar Schedules Facilitator.
- Please refer to the Singapore Aeronautical Information Publication (SIN AIP) at https://aim-sg.caas.gov.sg/eaip.html, “GEN 1.2 Entry, Transit and Departure of Aircraft”, for more details on slots approvals.