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On 25/11/2017, you requested the version in force on 15/05/2017 incorporating all amendments published on or before 12/04/2017.
No. S 166
Air Navigation Act
Air Navigation
(Regulated Air Cargo Agents)
Regulations 2017
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 17F of the Air Navigation Act, the Minister for Transport makes the following Regulations:
PART 1
PRELIMINARY
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations are the Air Navigation (Regulated Air Cargo Agents) Regulations 2017 and come into operation on 15 May 2017.
Application
2.
—(1)  Subject to paragraph (2), these Regulations apply to and in relation to the carriage of any cargo in any aircraft departing from any airport in Singapore.
(2)  Unless the context otherwise requires, these Regulations do not apply to or in relation to the carriage of any cargo in military aircraft departing from any airport in Singapore.
Definitions
3.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“air cargo agent” means any person who carries on a business that includes —
(a)
handling cargo to be passed to an aircraft operator or its representative for carriage in any aircraft from any airport in Singapore to a destination outside Singapore; or
(b)
delivering, or causing to be delivered, such cargo (directly or through an intermediary) to an aircraft operator or its representative for carriage in any aircraft;
“aircraft operator” means the person who or which, at the relevant time, is engaged in or offering to engage in the operation of any one or more aircraft to which these Regulations apply;
“cargo” means any property carried in an aircraft other than stores and accompanied or mishandled baggage;
“NCASA” means the National Civil Aviation Security Authority;
“RACASP” means the Regulated Air Cargo Agent Security Programme mentioned in regulation 14;
“registration” means registration under these Regulations as a RACA;
“regulated air cargo agent” or “RACA” means an air cargo agent registered under regulation 6;
“screening” means the application of technical or other means intended to identify or detect weapons, explosives or other dangerous devices or any articles or substances that may be used to commit an act of unlawful interference, and includes any similar measure specified by the NCASA under section 17D of the Act;
“stores” means any goods intended for sale or use in an aircraft, including spare parts and other articles of equipment, whether or not for immediate fitting;
“third-party service provider” means an agent or a person that has a contract with a RACA to provide a service for the movement or handling of any cargo handed over to the RACA or the making of arrangements for the movement or handling of such cargo, and includes any security service provider engaged to provide security services to the RACA in the movement or handling of cargo.
[SP.474.4.04.0.3; AG/LEGIS/SL/6/2015/9 Vol. 2]