A full-service ground support facility at Seletar Airport in Singapore
On behalf of our team,
welcome to Singapore!
We will do everything within our means to make your trip a success. Meeting your needs is our biggest motivator. We have in-depth knowledge of Singapore Airport operations, as well as those of regional airports. Our passenger and crew lounge is located next to the CIQ building and is easily accessible. We work 24 hours a day, ready to meet any last-minute request.
Our facilities are well-maintained with an emphasis on safety. Our service is geared toward your security and well-being. If you leave our location feeling relaxed, happy and satisfied, then we have done our job well. Feel free to ask us for anything.
I look forward to working with you on your next trip to Singapore.
Universal Aviation Singapore
Three different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Singapore
Ground support capabilities
|Languages spoken||English, Malay, and Chinese (Mandarin)|
|Customs and immigration?||Yes|
|UVair® contract fuel available?||Yes|
|Limousine service and car rental?||Yes – by arrangement|
|Crew accommodation arrangements?||Yes|
|Maintenance?||Yes – by arrangement|
|Direct ramp access?||Yes – 5 working days security clearance required|
|Computerized worldwide weather briefings?||Yes|
|Additional capabilities||Compact parking; Pushback and towing capabilities|
|ACAS/TCAS II:||Required for turbine engine aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight exceeding 5,700 kilograms or more than 19 pax seats|
|ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II:||No restrictions|
|RNP 5/RNP 10 airspace:||Not implemented|
|8.33 MHz channel spacing:||Not required|
|Airport fire protection category:||WSSL: 7 No facilities for foaming of runway|
From the Tampines Expressway (TPE), exit at Jalan Kayu and pass through the old Seletar Airbase entrance. Enter the roundabout and continue on Piccadilly. Turn left onto Seletar Aerospace Drive, veer left at the first traffic light. Continue on Seletar Aerospace Drive and make a right onto West Camp Road (fourth traffic light). Continue on West Camp Road and follow the green signboard to Universal Aviation. Universal Aviation is located adjacent to the Airport Terminal.
Facility contact information
Universal Aviation Singapore
West Camp Road
|Hours of operation||24/7 (overtime will be charged from 2000-0800 Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays)|
|Slots required?||No – not for private flights|
|VIP passenger lounge?||Yes|
|VIP crew lounge?||Yes|
|Digital newspapers||Yes – 1,942 titles from 97 countries in 57 languages available|
|Hangarage?||Yes – can be arranged|
Recent articles discussing operating in Singapore
from our Operational Insight blog
BizAv Operating Tips: Singapore Airshow 2016
The 2016 Singapore Airshow takes place February 16-21 at the Changi Exhibition Center. This top ranking biennial aviation event always draws large crowds of trade attendees and higher than normal volumes of business aviation flight activity. Planning for parking, accommodations… Read more.
Singapore Grand Prix – Operating Tips
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Bizjet Operations into Singapore – Part 2: Permits and CIQ
While Singapore is a welcoming business aviation operating environment with good services and facilities, there are permit requirements to consider for charter (non-scheduled commercial) and certain private non-revenue operators. Additionally, be aware of the customs and… Read more.
Bizjet Operations into Singapore – Part 1: Airports, Slots & Parking
Business aviation traffic is up in Singapore over recent years, and this trend will continue. While the airport slot and parking situation is still very manageable, increasing competition for limited aviation support infrastructure should be anticipated… Read more.
Business Aircraft Ops to Singapore via Seletar: Part 2 – Airport Procedures
While Singapore is a welcoming and efficient destination for General Aviation (GA) operations, there are certain requirements/procedures to keep at the top of your mind when operating to WSSL… Read more.
Business Aircraft Ops to Singapore via Seletar: Part 1 – Airport Considerations
There are two airport options for Singapore, and each has its pros and cons. For many General Aviation (GA) operators, Seletar (WSSL) is the preferred airport option. With a fairly recent runway extension to 6,024 feet (ft.)… Read more.
Ops Update: Singapore Charter Landing Permit Changes
Permit changes that impact the permit application process for business aviation recently went into effect for Singapore. It’s important to be aware of lead times, required documentation, and permit processing nuances in order to ensure smooth operations to this increasingly popular… Read more.
Charter Landing Permit Changes for Singapore
Singapore authorities recently changed rules/requirements for charter operations to the island nation. It’s now necessary to request an "operations permit" prior to obtaining a charter landing permit. Once an operations permit is approved, it generally takes only about 24 hours… Read more.
Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix 2013 – Trip Planning Tips
The 2013 Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix runs September 20-22 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The city center circuit is 5.07 km, with a total race distance of 309 km. It’s recommended that arrangements for aircraft parking and crew accommodation be secured as soon as schedule is known… Read more.
Tips on Visas, Culture and Hotels in Singapore
When traveling to Singapore, it’s important to plan ahead for visa and documentation requirements and to be aware of all local restrictions. Infrastructure in Singapore is excellent, and this area offers high-quality accommodation and ground transportation options, personal security, efficient telecommunications… Read more.
Flight Planning, Weather & NOTAMS for Singapore
While flight plans, weather, and NOTAMS can be filed and sourced directly by business aircraft operators, it’s recommended that you use a 3rd-party provider and a ground handler as resources in this process. Be aware of local Singapore operating restrictions as well as best-practice procedures in filing and revising flight plans… Read more.
Tips on Permits, PPRs and Airport Slots for Singapore
While landing permits are required for all charter (non-scheduled commercial) operations, Singapore is not a difficult operating environment from the permit perspective. Keep in mind, though, that first-time charter landing permits require longer lead times. Here are some tips to help you with the… Read more.
Airport Slot Procedures for Singapore
Airport slots are required for operations to Changi (WSSS) but are not needed at this time for Seletar (WSSL). When operating to WSSS, keep in mind that airport slots may only be available outside peak hours of scheduled commercial operations. Here is what you need to know about the airport slot procedure… Read more.
Arranging Aviation Fuel, Security, and Services in Singapore
For business aircraft operators planning a trip to Singapore, it’s recommended to always work through your 3rd-party provider or local ground handler to arrange aviation fuel, security, and additional services. With sufficient notice (usually 24 hours), just about any service you may require is doable… Read more.
FAQs on Arranging Ground Handling in Singapore
Singapore offers full services, good handling, and relatively easy general aviation (GA) access. The two airports available to GA differ in terms of access requirements, costs, and operational flexibility. It’s best to coordinate with your 3rd-party provider in advance to select the airfield that best suits your… Read more.
Airport Operations and CIQ Considerations for Singapore
Operations to Singapore will always go more smoothly with advance preparation and knowledge of airport procedures and CIQ considerations. Your 3rd-party provider or local ground handler can advise on particular restrictions and best practices when operating to Singapore’s two general aviation (GA) airports… Read more.
Business Aircraft Operations to Singapore for the Grand Prix
The 2012 Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix takes place 21 – 23 September on a race circuit in the heart of the city. Two convenient airports are available for business jet operators wishing to attend. Best alternatives, in terms of aircraft parking and hotel accommodations, will be available to those who book as early… Read more.
Which Airport to Pick in Singapore for Business Aviation Flights
For business aircraft operators, airport options are attractive in Singapore, with full services available, but operating restrictions and aircraft parking availability may dictate choice of airfields. Singapore Changi (WSSS) requires airport slots and pushback for departure, and it can take time to travel from one point to another on this big airfield… Read more.
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