Flight Operations to Singapore

Flight Operations to Singapore

Flight Operations to Singapore: Planning a flight operation to Changi or Seletar in Singapore? Here’s the operational info you need for Singapore’s Changi and Seletar Airports.

Changi Airport 
  • IATA Code: SIN
  • ICAO Code: WSSS
  • Latitude/ Longitude: 1.16°N / 103.59.21.57°E
  • Elevation: 22’
  • Magnetic variation: 0.26E
  • Runway: 4,000 m
  • Fuel types: Jet A-1
Operational Information
  • All operators of non-scheduled, commercial, and non-commercial flights must obtain slots from the Changi Slot Coordinator prior to operations
  • No landing permits required for private jets,  though notification is recommended
  • Landing permits are needed for non-scheduled commercial charters
  • The maximum parking time is 48 hours
  • The airport is well serviced with rail, car rental, taxi, and limousine hire
Seletar Airport
  • IATA Code: XSP
  • ICAO: WSSL
  • Latitude/ Longitude: 125.0°N / 10352.1°E
  • Elevation: 46’
  • Magnetic variation: 0.26E
  • Runway: 1,836 m
  • Fuel types: Jet A-1
Operational Information 
  • No slots are required
  • No landing permits required for private jets, though notification is recommended
  • Landing permits are needed for non-scheduled commercial charters
  • Ground transport is available in the form of public buses, taxis, and car rental
Immigration

Certain nationalities require a visa to enter Singapore -this applies to both passengers and crew. Visit https://www.ica.gov.sg/page.aspx?pageid=96 to view the full list of countries.

  • Visas can be applied for online and an e-visa issued
  • Visas on arrival are not available for passengers or crew
Customs

Visitors are entitled to a duty-free allowance for alcohol if the following conditions are met:

  • They are over 18 years of age
  • They have spent over 48 hours outside Singapore immediately before their arrival
  • They have not come from Malaysia
  • The alcohol is for their own consumption
  • The alcohol is not prohibited under section 38 of the Customs Act

Visitors can choose one of the following options:

  • 1 liter of spirits, 1 liter or wine, and 1 liter of beer
  • 2 liters of wine and 1 liter of beer
  • 1 liter of wine and 2 liters of beer

The following are prohibited in Singapore:

  • Chewing gum
  • Chewing and shisha tobacco
  • Electronic cigarettes
  • Controlled drugs
  • Firecrackers
  • Obscene articles, publications, and software
  • Reproduction of copyright publications, video tapes, discs
  • Seditious materials

For support with your Flight Operations to Singapore, contact UAS’ China Regional Office on china@uas.aero