The Singapore Airshow came to a happy conclusion yesterday after initial hiccups on transport woes at the venue.
The next show is scheduled for 6 to 11 February 2018.
The Singapore Airshow is the third largest in the world. While the main purpose of the Airshow is for exhibitors and visitors to seal billion dollar deals, the carnival-like event on the last two days open to the public provides another attraction to both foreigners and locals alike.
Should you be visiting Singapore during the Airshow in 2018, plan to visit the show if you have the time. How often do you get the chance to see some aviation equipment up close, especially for a chance to sit in the cockpit of the latest fighter jet. What about taking pictures with the cool pilots on duty or chat with the civilian and military staff present to get information out from the horse’s mouth.
The main highlight no doubt is the aerial display of aircraft, in particular, fighter jets performing aerobatics display and extreme flight maneuvers during the Airshow. This will be crowd wowing moment where heads are strained upwards with hands steadying cameras hoping to capture that prized picture or videos in the midst of the deafening roar of the jets zooming across the sky.
Of course there are goodie bags and souvenirs to be given away by exhibitors.
This recent Airshow racked up US$12.3 billion deals. Check out the story below for more information.
Singapore Airshow 2016