MH370 Anniversary Brings Tougher Tracking Rules from Singapore

cabin-services-worldwideA few days ago we remembered the tragic disappearance of flight MH370 one year on. On Friday March 04, Singapore Civil Aviation Authority announced the establishment of new rules to improve the tracking of its aircraft.

The new rules state that position reporting must now take place at intervals of 15 minutes throughout the duration of the flight, on flights carrying more than 19 passengers.

Cargo aircraft weighing more than 45,500 kg will also fall within the scope of the new rules.

Rules will come into effect from July 01 2016, when operators will need to track aircraft by manual or automatic means. From November 2018, only automatic tracking will be acceptable under the new requirements.

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