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Yap Ong Heng - Articles and news items

Managing the skies

Issue 2 2013  •  4 April 2013  •  Yap Ong Heng, Director General, CAAS

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has recently entered a Memorandum of Agreement with Nanyang Technological University to create the first Air Traffic Management Research Institute (ATMRI). International Airport Review spoke to Mr Yap Ong Heng, CAAS Director-General, about the initiativeAsia-Pacific is the world’s fastest growing region in terms of air traffic; what challenges does this present for air traffic management (ATM)?Projections are that strong growth will continue in the Asia-Pacific region. This will also raise the complexity of the air transport system in the region. Both present significant challenges for ATM, and it cannot just remain business as usual.

CAAS and NTU establish Singapore’s first Research Institute for Air Traffic Management

Airport news  •  6 February 2013  •  CAAS

CAAS and the NTU have signed a Memorandum of Agreement...

CAAS inks collaboration agreements to advance air traffic management research and development in Singapore

Airport news  •  21 November 2012  •  Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)

Agreements support initiative to build Singapore as Centre of Excellence for ATM...

New Control Tower at Seletar Airport

Airport news  •  12 January 2012  •  CANSO

"The modernisation of Seletar Airport, as part of the SAP, will enable the airport to support the aerospace activities being set up but also increased business aviation activities..."


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