Frequently Asked Questions Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: CAASWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Top 5 Most Popular FAQs1. What regulatory requirements do I need to fulfil before I operate my unmanned aircraft? Depending on the weight of your unmanned aircraft (UA) and your intended UA activity, you may need to register your UA, obtain training, permits and/or hold a UA pilot licence. The user identification wizard listed here will help to guide you. 2. How do I check if my planned activity location falls within 5km of any civil aerodrome / military airbase, or within any protected, prohibited, restricted or danger areas? You may download the OneMap app here and use it to find out whether the location of your planned flying activity falls within 5 kilometres of a civil aerodrome / military airbase, or if in protected, prohibited, restricted or danger areas. 3. When do I need to register my unmanned aircraft? Any unmanned aircraft with a total weight of above 250 grams must be registered with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore before it can be operated in Singapore.From 2 April 2020, it will be an offence to operate an unregistered unmanned aircraft with a total weight of above 250 grams in Singapore.For more information, click here. 4. I would like to fly my unmanned aircraft indoors. Do I require any permits? Permits are not required for unmanned aircraft (UA) operations indoors only in the following circumstances: At a private residence; orAt an experimental site in connection with the construction or testing of that unmanned aircraft. For use of UA indoors for any other purpose (e.g. in the course of business), you are required to apply for a UA Operator Permit and Activity Permit before carrying out the activity. 5. What is considered as "for recreation purposes"? “Recreation purposes” refers to any pursuit or activity engaged in for enjoyment, relaxation or leisure, but not:a sporting activity that forms part of an organised group activity or organised competition or tournament (such as a flying display);a recreational activity provided by a business, or in the course of business. Examples: An individual flying an unmanned aircraft (UA) for fun.An individual flying a UA for aerial photography for personal collection. If you are unable to find an answer to your query, please submit your Feedback to let us know how we can help you.