AERODROMES, AERONAUTICAL LIGHTS AND DANGEROUS LIGHTS
—(1) An aircraft flying for the purpose of the public transport of passengers or for the purpose of instruction in flying shall not take-off or land at a place in Singapore other than —
a Government aerodrome notified as available for the take-off and landing of such aircraft, or in respect of which the person in charge of the aerodrome has given his permission for the particular aircraft to take-off or land, as the case may be; or
an aerodrome licensed under this Order for the take-off and landing of such aircraft.
(2) The aircraft referred to in sub-paragraph (1) shall take-off or land in accordance with any conditions subject to which the aerodrome may have been so licensed or notified, or subject to which such permission may have been given.
(3) An aircraft engaged on a flight for the public transport of passengers shall not take-off or land by night at any place in Singapore unless adequate lighting is in operation at the aerodrome.
66. The Minister may cause to be notified, subject to such conditions as he thinks fit, any Government aerodrome as an aerodrome available for take-off and landing by aircraft.
—(1) The Minister may license any aerodrome in Singapore for the take-off and landing of aircraft engaged in flights for the purpose of the public transport of passengers, or for the purpose of instruction in flying or of any class of such aircraft, and may issue any such licence subject to such conditions as he shall consider necessary in the public interest, including a condition that the aerodrome shall at all times when it is available for the take-off or landing of aircraft be so available to all persons on equal terms and conditions, and any licence issued subject to such a condition shall be known as a licence for public use.
(2) The licensee of an aerodrome in respect of which a licence for public use is in force shall display in a prominent place at the aerodrome a copy of the licence and shall furnish to any person on request information concerning the terms of the licence.
(3) The licensee of an aerodrome licensed under this Order shall not cause or permit any condition of the licence to be contravened, in relation to an aircraft engaged on a flight for the public transport of passengers or for instruction in flying, but the licence shall not cease to be valid by reason only of such a contravention.
(4) A licence granted by the Minister in respect of an aerodrome shall, subject to paragraph 60, remain in force as may be specified in the licence.
—(1) The Minister may, in relation to any Government aerodrome notified in pursuance of paragraph 66, or in relation to any aerodrome in respect of which a licence for public use has been granted, or to such aerodromes generally or to any class thereof, prescribe the charges, or the maximum charges, which may be made for the use of the aerodrome and for any services performed at the aerodrome to or in connection with aircraft, and may further prescribe the conditions to be observed in relation to those charges and the performance of these services.
(2) The licensee of an aerodrome in relation to which the Minister has prescribed any charges or conditions under sub-paragraph (1) shall not cause or permit any charges to be made in contravention of the prescribed charges, and shall cause particulars of the prescribed charges to be kept exhibited at the aerodrome in such a place and manner as to be readily available for the information of any person affected thereby.
(3) The licensee of any aerodrome in respect of which a licence for public use has been granted shall, when required by the Minister, furnish to the Minister such particulars as he may require of the charges established by the licensee for the use of the aerodrome or of any facilities provided at the aerodrome for the safety, efficiency or regularity of air navigation.
69. The person in charge of any aerodrome in Singapore which is open to public use by Singapore aircraft (whether or not the aerodrome is a licensed aerodrome) shall cause the aerodrome, and all air navigation facilities provided thereat, to be available for use by aircraft registered in other Contracting States on the same terms and conditions as for use by Singapore aircraft.
—(1) Noise and vibration may be caused by aircraft including military aircraft, on Government aerodromes, licensed aerodromes or on aerodromes at which the manufacture, repair or maintenance of aircraft is carried out by persons carrying on business as manufacturers or repairers of aircraft, under the following conditions that is to say, that whether in the course of the manufacture of the aircraft or otherwise —
the aircraft is taking off or landing; or
the aircraft is moving on the ground or water; or
the engines are being operated in the aircraft —
for the purpose of ensuring their satisfactory performance;
for the purpose of bringing them to a proper temperature in preparation for, or at the end of, a flight; or
for the purpose of ensuring that the instruments, accessories or other components of the aircraft are in a satisfactory condition.
(2) Section 4(2) of the Act shall apply to the aerodromes specified in sub-paragraph (1).
—(1) A person shall not establish or maintain an aeronautical light within Singapore except with the permission of the Minister and in accordance with any conditions subject to which the permission may be granted.
(2) A person shall not alter the character of an aeronautical light within Singapore except with the permission of the Minister and in accordance with any conditions subject to which the permission may be granted.
(3) A person shall not wilfully or negligently damage or interfere with any aeronautical light established and maintained by or with the permission of the Minister.
—(1) A person shall not exhibit in Singapore any light which —
by reason of its glare is liable to endanger aircraft taking off from, or landing at, an aerodrome; or
by reason of its liability to be mistaken for an aeronautical light is liable to endanger aircraft.
(2) If any light which appears to the Minister to be such a light as aforesaid is exhibited the Minister may cause a notice to be served upon the person who is the occupier of the place where the light is exhibited or having charge of the light, directing that person, within a reasonable time to be specified in the notice, to take such steps as may be specified in the notice for extinguishing or screening the light and for preventing for the future the exhibition of any other light which may similarly endanger aircraft.
(3) The notice may be served either personally or by post, or by affixing it in some conspicuous place near to the light to which it relates.
—(1) A person who has the management of an aviation fuel installation on an aerodrome in Singapore shall not cause or permit any fuel to be delivered to that installation or from it to an aircraft unless —
when the fuel is delivered into the installation he is satisfied that —
the installation is capable of storing and dispensing the fuel so as not to render it unfit for use in aircraft;
the installation is marked in a manner appropriate to the grade of fuel stored or if different grades are stored in different parts each part is so marked; and
in the the case of delivery into the installation or part thereof from a vehicle or vessel, the fuel has been sampled and is of a grade appropriate to that installation or that part of the installation as the case may be and is fit for use in aircraft; and
when any aviation fuel is dispensed from the installation he is satisfied as the result of sampling that the fuel is fit for use in aircraft.
(2) Sub-paragraph (1) shall not apply in respect of fuel which has been removed from an aircraft and it is intended for use in another aircraft operated by the same operator as the aircraft from which it has been removed.
(3) A person to whom sub-paragraph (1) applies shall —
keep a written record in respect of each installation of which he has the management, which record shall include —
particulars of the grade and quantity of aviation fuel delivered and the date of delivery;
particulars of all samples taken of the aviation fuel and of the results of tests of those samples; and
particulars of the maintenance and cleaning of the installation;
preserve the written record for a period of 12 months or such longer period as the chief executive officer may direct; and
within a reasonable time after being requested to do so by an authorised person, produce such record to that person.
(4) A person shall not cause or permit any aviation fuel to be dispensed for use in an aircraft if he knows or has reason to believe that the aviation fuel is not fit for use in aircraft.
(5) If it appears to the Minister or an authorised person that any aviation fuel is intended or likely to be delivered in contravention of any provision of this paragraph, the chief executive officer or that authorised person may direct the person having the management of the installation not to permit aviation fuel to be dispensed from that installation until the direction has been revoked by the chief executive officer or by an authorised person.
(6) For the purpose of this paragraph —
“aviation fuel” means fuel intended for use in aircraft;
“aviation fuel installation” means any apparatus or container, including a vehicle, designed, manufactured or adapted for the storage of aviation fuel or for the delivery of such fuel to an aircraft.
[S 49/92 wef 01/02/1992]