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Singapore’s National Aviation Safety Plan

Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore releases Singapore’s National Aviation Safety Plan.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) is working closely with the Transport Safety Investigation Bureau after the release of Singapore’s National Aviation Safety Plan (NASP), listing 50 actions that Singapore’s aviation industry will take over the next three years, primarily focusing on operational safety, policies and rules; safety management; data and digitalization; and regional and global aviation safety.

In 2020, Singapore Airlines Group implemented an Evidence-Based Training simulator program to ensure all pilots meet required competency levels, regardless of flight hours.

The publication of Singapore’s NASP is part of a larger global aviation safety road map by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), encouraging its 193 member states to develop similar national safety plans.

Other countries that have already done so include India, France, and Australia.

Last month, Singapore launched its first-ever safety charter for the aviation sector. 80 organizations, including major airlines, aircraft manufacturers, ground handlers, and industry associations, have signed on.

For more information see Singapore’s National Aviation Safety Plan

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