Air Navigation Act
(Chapter 6, Section 3(2)(o))
Air Navigation (Seletar Aerodrome Fees) Order
O 4
G.N. No. S 227/1990

REVISED EDITION 2000
(31st August 2000)
[1st June 1990]
Citation
1.  This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (Seletar Aerodrome Fees) Order.
Definitions
2.  In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires —
“aerodrome” means the Seletar Aerodrome;
“Authority” means the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore established under section 3 of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore Act (Cap. 41);
“chief executive officer” means the chief executive officer of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and includes any person authorised by him to act on his behalf and any person acting in that capacity;
“hangar fee” means the fee prescribed by paragraph 7;
“landing fee” means the fee prescribed by paragraph 3;
“parking fee” means the fee prescribed by paragraph 6;
“passenger service charge” means the charge prescribed by paragraph 11;
“taxi-weight” means the maximum structural design weight limits of the aircraft as contained in the aircraft model type certificate data sheet or the manufacturer’s approved flight manual.
Landing fee
3.—(1)  Subject to paragraphs 4 and 5 and any exemption granted under any other written law, a landing fee at the rate specified in the First Schedule shall be paid to the Authority in respect of each landing of an aircraft at the aerodrome except that the landing fee for a helicopter shall be 50% of the landing fee for a fixed wing aircraft of the same taxi-weight.
(2)  For the purpose of calculating the landing fee, the weight of the aircraft shall be the taxi-weight of the aircraft except that when a restriction is placed by the chief executive officer on the taxi-weight of an aircraft operating from the aerodrome, the maximum landing fee charged for such aircraft shall be based on the restricted taxi-weight until such time as the restriction is lifted.
Reduction of landing fee
4.  Where the flight is solely for the purpose of training and testing flying personnel, or testing the aircraft or instruments of the aircraft, the landing fee shall be reduced by 75% if the permission of the chief executive officer for such flight has been obtained before the flight is undertaken.
Exemption from payment of landing fee
5.  The following aircraft are exempted from payment of the landing fee:
(a)Commonwealth military aircraft used for military purposes;
(b)foreign diplomatic aircraft engaged on diplomatic or consular missions to Singapore;
(c)aircraft used for Government ceremonial purposes;
(d)aircraft owned by flying clubs approved by the chief executive officer and operated for purposes approved by him; and
(e)such other aircraft or classes of aircraft as the chief executive officer may approve.
Parking fee
6.—(1)  A parking fee at the rate specified in Part I of the Second Schedule shall be paid to the Authority for the parking of an aircraft at any place in the aerodrome for each period of 24 hours or part thereof.
(2)  The parking time shall begin when the aircraft lands at the aerodrome and end when it takes off.
(3)  No parking fee shall be payable for the parking of an aircraft for the first 3 hours.
(4)  The area occupied by an aircraft for the purpose of calculating the parking fee shall be the product of the span of the aircraft and its maximum length.
(5)  Except as provided in sub-paragraph (6), where an aircraft is parked at any place in the aerodrome for a continuous period of 30 days or more, the fee payable for the parking of the aircraft shall be at the rate specified in Part II of the Second Schedule.
(6)  The chief executive officer may in his discretion permit an aircraft to be parked at any place in the aerodrome on a monthly basis at a fee, payable in advance, which shall be 26 times the parking fee payable for the parking of the aircraft for a period of 24 hours.
Hangar fee
7.—(1)  A hangar fee at the rate specified in Part I of the Second Schedule shall be paid to the Authority for the housing of an aircraft in a hangar at the aerodrome for each period of 24 hours or part thereof.
(2)  The area occupied by an aircraft for the purpose of calculating the hangar fee shall be the product of the span of the aircraft, as housed, and its maximum length.
(3)  The chief executive officer may in his discretion permit an aircraft to be housed in a hangar at the aerodrome on a monthly basis at a fee, payable in advance, which shall be 26 times the hangar fee payable for the housing of the aircraft in a hangar for a period of 24 hours.
Use of paid parking space by other aircraft
8.  Where any fee has been paid in respect of an aircraft for the parking of the aircraft or the housing of the aircraft in a hangar on a monthly basis and the aircraft is not parked or housed in the space provided for it —
(a)another aircraft with the same taxi-weight may, with the written approval of the chief executive officer, use such space; and
(b)no rebate of the fee shall be granted under any circumstances.
Exemption from payment of parking and hangar fees
9.  The chief executive officer may in his discretion exempt any aircraft belonging to any of the classes of aircraft specified in paragraph 5 from payment of the parking and hangar fees.
Owner or commander of aircraft to sign required form before using hangar or aerodrome
10.  No aircraft shall be accepted for housing in a hangar or for parking at the aerodrome unless the owner or commander of the aircraft signs such form as the chief executive officer may require.
Passenger service charge
11.  Subject to paragraph 12, a passenger service charge of $10 shall be paid to the Authority by every passenger embarking on an aircraft at the aerodome.
Exemption from payment of passenger service charge
12.  The following persons are exempted from payment of the passenger service charge :
(a)operating crew required to perform duties on an aircraft but excluding airline employees travelling on the aircraft who are not part of the flight or cabin crew operating the aircraft;
(b)any passenger aboard any aircraft specified in paragraph 5;
(c)any passenger who does not leave the transit area or who leaves the transit area because of interruption to a flight at the aerodrome caused by the unserviceability of an aircraft or the unavailability of an essential facility or caused by delay beyond the control of the passenger or the airline operator concerned;
(d)any passenger who, as evidenced by his passenger ticket, is scheduled to depart from Singapore by an aircraft within 24 hours of his scheduled time of arrival for a destination in another country other than the country from which he embarked on the aircraft by which he arrived in Singapore;
(e)infants below the age of two years;
(f)service personnel and their dependants embarking on aircraft operating on charter flights on behalf of the Joint Services Movement Control of the United Kingdom; and
(g)such other passengers or classes of passengers as the chief executive officer may approve.
All fees, except passenger service charge, to be paid by commander of aircraft
13.—(1)  Except as approved in writing by the chief executive officer, all fees payable under this Order, other than the passenger service charge , shall be paid by the commander of the aircraft in respect of which the fees are payable without any demand being made before the aircraft departs from the aerodrome.
(2)  If any fee is not paid by the commander of an aircraft to the Authority in accordance with sub-paragraph (1), it shall be a debt due to the Authority jointly and severally from the owner and the commander of the aircraft in respect of which the fee is payable.
(3)  For the purpose of enforcing payment of any fee under this Order, the chief executive officer may refuse to permit an aircraft to take off from the aerodrome until the fee has been paid.
(4)  No abatement of any fee shall be allowed in the event of any aerodrome service, assistance or other facility being not available.
(5)  Except as provided in this Order no exemption or remission shall be granted.