Unmanned Aircraft Regulatory Requirements
To ensure that all Unmanned Aircraft (UA) operations are conducted in a safe and responsible manner, it is important for all UA users to fulfil the respective regulatory requirements before flying the UA. Regulatory requirements are applicable to all who wish to fly UA in Singapore, including Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, as well as non-residents.
The UA regulatory framework is differentiated according to three classifications of UA uses: Recreational, Educational and Business. Read below to help you identify the necessary regulatory requirements in accordance with the purpose of UA operations.
CAAS takes a serious stance and will not hesitate to take enforcement action/s against errant of UA users or those who contravene the regulations. Refer to the Air Navigation (101 - Unmanned Aircraft Operations) Regulations here for more information on UA regulations and penalties, and here for guidance on compliance with the regulations.
For cross-border UA operations and permit applications, please refer to the information here.