Daredevil fighter jet stunts, exquisite private jets, state-of-the-art commercial planes, and more will take wing at next months’ Singapore Airshow.
Though the final lineup has yet to be announced, last year saw top guns from throughout Southeast Asia including the Singapore Air Force’s sky-shattering F-15s and F-16s, Indonesia’s Jupiter Aerobatic Team of Six, Malaysia’s Sukhoi Su-24 the SU-30 MKM, and Thailand’s JAS-39 Saab Griffin fighter jets tear through the sky to delight viewers.
Visitors can also get up close and personal with the airframes on display, with everything from luxe private jets and military craft to the latest, high-tech commercial planes. Big names from the aviation industry to join include Embraer, Gulfstream, and more to be announced soon.
The Singapore Air Show is an industry event that opens to the public Feb. 15 and 16 at the Changi Exhibition Centre. Because war and elite air travel are immensely profitable, it’s an industry-only thing Feb. 11-14 – but one need only look up to catch some of the afternoon aviation action.
Tickets cost S$27 for adults and S$14 for children, with group discounts available. Tickets include shuttle service between the venue and Singapore Expo.
Changi Exhibition Centre, 9 Aviation Park Road
9:30am-5pm, Feb. 15 & 16
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