For non-pilots, as part of your journey to becoming a professional pilot in Singapore, you need to complete and pass 14 papers in Singapore.
For existing professional licence holders from other ICAO member states (i.e. FAA ATPL or FAA CPL), the 2 CAAS papers that you need to complete and pass are the CAAS Air Law and CAAS Operational Procedure papers. Visit our article detailing the step by step guide to registering for a CAAS computer based test.
So, how do we study for these 2 papers?
As the CAAS Air Law and CAAS Ops Procedure have a lot of similarities, I recommend studying for both papers together and doing them one after another. Here are some resources to review.
These are the resources that you should read to find out about Singapore specific rules and regulations.
As many of the questions are from the JAA/EASA syllabus, you can find a lot of textbooks online. All you need is to Google.
Most of the textbooks are not free. But its just a small investment compared to the $50,000 you are already prepared to pay to join an airline.
While there are no commercial and/or official test banks around for you to purchase, certain training communities may have compiled a test bank. CAAS however does update their question banks very regularly, so the bank gets outdated very quickly.
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