CAAS is a provider of Air Navigation Services (ANS) for over 800,000 square kilometres of airspace. To ensure the safe and expeditious flow of air traffic, about 390 Air Traffic Control Officers (ATCOs) work around the clock, behind the scenes, to handle approximately 676,000 aircraft movements in a year within Singapore’s Flight Information Region (FIR), as well as the civil aerodromes within Singapore (which include Changi Airport and Seletar Airport). The objective of an ANS Provider (ANSP) is to achieve operational safety, capacity and efficiency of the highest level.

To learn about the different aspects of CAAS’ role as an ANSP, click below and find out how they are key to ensuring safe, efficient and expeditious air traffic flow within the Singapore's FIR.

Last Updated on 22 February 2024