Airside Driving Permit (ADP)
Steps to obtaining an ADP
Renewal of ADPs
ADPs can be renewed only three months (93 days) before their expiry. Please do not apply for ADP renewal if there are more than 94 days before your ADP’s expiry date.
To renew your ADP, you must have attended an Airfield Rules and Regulations Refresher Course (ARRRC) within the past three (3) months (93 days) and the ARRRC certificate should be dated within the last 93 days. Your ADP may then be renewed for 1 or 2 years depending on your preference.
However, if your ARRRC certificate was issued within the last 16 months (496 days), you may only renew your ADP for a period of one (1) year only.
ADP holders with ARRRC certificates issued more than 16 months ago (i.e. 497 days or more ago) will not receive renewal of their ADPs. Kindly approach the approved Training Centres to attend the ARRRC.
Procedure to obtain an Airside Vehicle Permit (AVP)
Please write in to CAG with the company's letterhead indicating the following.
- Purpose of request
- Vehicle registration no.
- Type of vehicle
- Engine capacity (cc), as well as combustion type (diesel/petrol)
- Age of vehicle
- Designated parking lot (where vehicle will be parked when not in use)
In addition, please attach a copy of the Land Transport Authority (LTA) vehicle log card as supporting document.
With the above, the Airside Driving Centre will review and process the request accordingly. Once in-principle approval is given for the vehicle access, you are to furnish the following documents for processing and issuance of your AVP.
- Vehicle permit application form
- Copy of vehicle insurance coverage
- Copy of airside insurance coverage/road tax
- LTA Inspection Test Certificate (with Certificate of Compliance endorsed) This is the cert issued by VICOM when you send in the vehicle for airside inspection.
- A copy of the First Schedule (found in the Tenancy Agreement) if you are parking in the airside when vehicle or equipment is not in use
Only upon receipt of the above documents, will the Airside Driving Centre process and issue the AVP. The permit is chargeable at 8 cents per vehicle cc. Accepted payment modes are NETS and CashCard only.
Note: Please ensure the entire body of the vehicle down to its waist and the front portion of the vehicle is painted white. If the vehicle is moving on the runway or taxiway, the entire body of the vehicle down to its waist and the front portion of the vehicle must be painted yellow. The vertical yellow or white surface shall bear the owner’s insignia or logo.
|Airside Driving Permit||Fee (SGD)|
|1 year validity||10.70|
|2 years validity||21.40|
|Airfield Rules Test||5.35|
|Airfield Driving/ Safety-Compliance Test||12.84|
Singapore Airport Terminal Services Limited (SATS)
20 Airport Boulevard Changi Airport
Tel : 6548 2011
SATS Maintenance Center
34 Changi North Crescent,
Tel : 6548 2011
SATS Airfreight Terminal 5
level 4, HCD "My Space"
Tel : 6548 2011
dnata Singapore Pte Ltd(dnata)
50 Airport Boulevard Changi Airport
Tel : 6511 0152
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