—(1) The captain, owner, agent or charterer of every aircraft arriving in or leaving Singapore shall —
furnish to an immigration officer a complete list of all passengers of his aircraft as prescribed under section 22(2)(a) or in accordance with Annex 9 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation;
furnish to that officer in relation to every passenger landing in or departing from Singapore such particulars in such form as may be prescribed;
furnish to that officer a complete list of the members of the crew of his aircraft as prescribed under section 22(1)(a) or in accordance with Annex 9 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation;
produce the members of the crew and passengers of that aircraft for inspection and interrogation as directed, either generally or specifically, by an immigration officer;
submit to such search of his aircraft as may be necessary to establish the presence or absence of other persons on board; and
report the presence on board of any stowaway or any unauthorised person or any person proceeding to any state or country on his removal from any other state or country by the competent authorities of that state or country.
(2) The captain, owner, agent or charterer of an aircraft who contravenes subsection (1), and any person who hinders or obstructs any search of an aircraft under subsection (1)(e), shall each be guilty of an offence.
(3) If any person whose presence has not been reported under subsection (1)(f) is found on board an aircraft, the captain, owner, agent and charterer of the aircraft shall each be guilty of an offence and shall each be liable on conviction to a fine of not less than $5,000 and not more than $10,000 in respect of each such person.
(4) In any proceedings under this section, the certificate in writing of an immigration officer who boarded or examined any particular aircraft to the effect that the aircraft carried, on arrival in Singapore, a total number of crew corresponding in description to the particulars on the list furnished under subsection (1)(c) shall be conclusive proof that the aircraft did on arrival carry that number of crew.