Any person engaged in aerial and unmanned aerial vehicle activities within a temporary restricted area without the necessary permission from CAAS shall be fined under the Air Navigation Order and Air Navigation (101-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operation) Rule 2019 (ANR-101). Face imprisonment.
Air navigation orders for air activities can result in fines of up to S $ 20,000 for first-time offenders. Subsequent violations can be fined up to S $ 40,000, up to 15 months in prison, or both.
Under ANR-101, which targets the activities of unmanned aerial vehicles, first-time offenders will be fined up to S $ 50,000, up to two years in prison, or both. Those who are offended again face fines of up to S $ 100,000, up to 5 years in prison, or both.
“In addition to temporary restricted areas, existing restrictions on the conduct of air and unmanned aerial vehicle activities within 5 km of airfields, dangerous areas, prohibited areas, restricted areas and protected areas will continue to be valid,” CAAS and the Executive Committee. Said.
“The general public is notified on the OneMap.sg website or the OneMap app to check information about areas where aerial activities are prohibited or require permission.”
NDP2022, which will be held at Float @ Marina Bay on August 9, will feature not only parades and ceremonies, but also total defense.
Float’s infrastructure allows Singapore Armed Forces and home teams to demonstrate air, land and sea.
Aerial elements also invade Heartland. A state flag carried by a Chinook helicopter flies around the island, and an F-16 fighter performs a fighter island flypass.
Ticket application for NDP2022 and two preview shows were held on Monday at noon.