No. S 177
Air Navigation Act
Air Navigation
(99 — Breath Testing for Alcohol)
Regulations 2019
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3A of the Air Navigation Act, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, with the approval of the Minister for Transport, makes the following Regulations:
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations are the Air Navigation (99 — Breath Testing for Alcohol) Regulations 2019 and come into operation on 31 March 2019.
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“alcohol” includes any liquid containing any form of ethanol;
“AOC holder” means a holder of an air operator certificate granted under the Air Navigation (119 — Air Operator Certification) Regulations 2018 (G.N. No. S 443/2018);
“applicable flight” means a flight involving a relevant aircraft that —
(a)begins from Singapore; and
(b)is carried out by a relevant operator;
“approved tester” means a person appointed as an approved tester under regulation 8;
“breath analysing device” means an instrument or apparatus that is used to ascertain, by analysis of an individual’s breath, the presence, or presence and concentration, of ethanol in the individual’s breath;
“breath test” means the tests mentioned in regulation 5(1);
“notice of unfitness” means a written notice given by an approved tester under regulation 5(5) to a pilot, containing the matters in regulation 5(6);
“problematic consumption of alcohol”, in relation to a pilot, means consumption of alcohol to excess, such that —
(a)as a result, the pilot’s judgment is impaired;
(b)as a result, the pilot is incapable at times of managing himself or herself or his or her affairs; or
(c)the pilot shows prodromes of becoming so impaired or incapable;
“relevant aircraft” means —
(a)any aircraft operated by a Singapore operator;
(b)any Singapore registered aircraft operated by a person other than a Singapore operator; or
(c)any foreign registered aircraft in Singapore that is operated by a person other than a Singapore operator;
“relevant operator” means —
(a)an AOC holder; or
(b)any other person who is operating —
(i)a Singapore registered aircraft, whether in or outside Singapore; or
(ii)a foreign registered aircraft in Singapore.
Made on 28 March 2019.
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.
[LE/LGN/A1.8; AG/LEGIS/SL/6/2015/17 Vol. 2]
(To be presented to Parliament under section 3A(8) of the Air Navigation Act).