To operate scheduled services to or from Singapore, your airline must be:
- a designated carrier under a bilateral, plurilateral or multilateral Air Services Agreement with Singapore; or if
- licensed under the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations to operate to Singapore.
To find out more about CAAS' and other government agencies’ regulatory requirements, please refer to Singapore Aeronautical Information Publication.
What you have to do:
a) Request for Your Slot at Changi Airport
Email your Slot Clearance Request (SCR) to Changi Airport Group’s Slot Coordinator at email@example.com. Please follow IATA standard formats and do not use SITA messages. For more information on obtaining slots, please refer to Singapore Aeronautical Information Publication.
If your airline cannot resolve your slot allocation matters with the Changi Airport Slot Coordinator, submit your feedback/appeal in writing to the Chairman of the Changi Slot Committee
b) File Your Flight Schedules with CAAS
Submit your airline's seasonal flight schedules to CAAS at least 4 weeks before each IATA schedule season for our review in relation to the exercise of traffic rights.
You will need to log on to Air Transport Licensing and Administration System (ATLAS) to file your flight schedules. You may request for a login user-ID by completing the ATLAS Registration Form, which can be obtained from Changi Airport Group's Airline Development Division.