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No. S 162
Air Navigation Act
Air Navigation (Amendment) Order 2011
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Air Navigation Act, the Minister for Transport hereby makes the following Order:
Citation and commencement
1.  This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (Amendment) Order 2011 and shall come into operation on 1st April 2011.
Amendment of paragraph 10
2.  Paragraph 10 of the Air Navigation Order (O 2) (referred to in this Order as the principal Order) is amended —
(a)
by deleting the words “Subject to sub-paragraph (2), a Singapore aircraft,” in sub-paragraph (1) and substituting the words “A Singapore aircraft,”; and
(b)
by deleting sub-paragraph (2).
Amendment of paragraph 17
3.  Paragraph 17 of the principal Order is amended by deleting the words “person authorised to do so in writing by the Chief Executive” and substituting the words “authorised person”.
Amendment of paragraph 50B
4.  Paragraph 50B of the principal Order is amended by inserting, immediately after the definition of “agent”, the following definition:
“ “cargo” means any property carried on an aircraft other than mail and accompanied or mishandled baggage;”.
Amendment of Fifth Schedule
5.  The Fifth Schedule to the principal Order is amended by deleting the Schedule reference and substituting the following Schedule reference:
(Paragraphs10(3), 12(2) and (8), 25(5) and 29(1) and Sixth and Twelfth Schedules)”.
Amendment of Ninth Schedule
6.  The Ninth Schedule to the principal Order is amended —
(a)
by deleting sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph 1(2) of Part B and substituting the following sub-paragraph:
(a)
Every pilot included in the flight crew who is intended by the operator to fly in circumstances requiring compliance with Instrument Flight Rules shall within the relevant period have been tested by or on behalf of the operator —
(i)
as to his competence to perform his duties while executing normal manoeuvres and procedures in flight, in an aircraft of the type to be used on the flight, or in an aircraft of such other type used by the operator as the Chief Executive may approve, including the use of the instruments and equipment provided in the aircraft; and
(ii)
as to his competence to perform his duties in instrument flight conditions while executing emergency manoeuvres and procedures in flight, in an aircraft of the type to be used on the flight, or in an aircraft of such other type used by the operator as the Chief Executive may approve, including the use of the instruments and equipment provided in the aircraft.”;
(b)
by deleting sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph 1(2)(e) of Part B and substituting the following sub-paragraph:
(ii)
have carried out when seated at the flying controls not less than 3 take-offs and 3 landings in aircraft of the type to be used on the flight or in an aircraft of such other type used by the operator as the Chief Executive may approve or in an approved flight simulation training device.”;
(c)
by inserting, immediately after the words “sub-paragraphs (2)(a)(ii),” in paragraph (b) of the definition of “relevant period” in paragraph 1(6) of Part B, the words “(2)(d)(ii),”;
(d)
by inserting, immediately after the words “sub-paragraphs (1), (2)(a)(i),” in paragraph (c) of the definition of “relevant period” in paragraph 1(6) of Part B, the words “(2)(d)(i),”;
(e)
by inserting, immediately after the words “sub-paragraph (2)(a)(ii)” in proviso (i) of paragraph (c) of the definition of “relevant period” in paragraph 1(6) of Part B, the words “, (2)(d)(ii)”; and
(f)
by deleting the words “and paragraph (1)(c) of Part A of this Schedule” in paragraph (2) of Part D.
Amendment of Eleventh Schedule
7.  Part I of the Eleventh Schedule to the principal Order is amended by deleting sub-paragraph c) of paragraph 3.1.8 of Chapter 3 and substituting the following sub-paragraph:
c) a distance not exceeding —
(i)
1 km (0.5 NM) laterally and longitudinally and 30 m (100 ft) vertically from the flight leader shall be maintained by each aircraft, not being a military aircraft; or
(ii)
2 km (1 NM) laterally and longitudinally and 30 m (100 ft) vertically from the flight leader shall be maintained by each military aircraft.”.
[G.N. Nos. S 573/91; S49/92; S 60/92; S 180/92; S 61/93; S 199/93; S 8/94; S 67/98; S 325/2000; S 384/2000; S 166/2002; S 56/2003; S 440/2003; S 581/2003; S 331/2005; S 781/2005; S 487/2006; S 640/2006; S 299/2009; S 278/2010; S 423/2010; S 729/2010]
[CAAS/LE/LGN/C1.09; AG/LLRD/SL/6/2010/1 Vol. 4]