Indeed, one of the world’s most surreal airshows will feature eight flying displays for its 2022 series in Singapore.
From February 15 to 18, the Singapore Airshow will take place at Changi Exhibition Centre. Excitingly, it will be livestreamed to Singaporeans. Likewise, demonstrations will be presented by various international air forces and two participating companies.
These will include The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF), returning with two showcases. For instance, a pair of AH-64D Apache attack helicopters and stunts by an F-16C fighter jet. (Image below from Singapore Airshow 2020)
Additionally, the Indian Air Force’s Tejas, a light combat aircraft, will be revealed for the first time. Likewise, Indonesia’s The Jupiters will demonstrate a six-plane formation and precision flying for the first time in four years.
Furthermore, other key highlights include the United States Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II, the US Air Force’s B-52 flyby Stratofortress and epic demonstration flights such as the Airbus A350-1000, to name a few.
Excitingly, this year’s exhibition attracted household names such as Rolls-Royce, Boeing and Airbus, who have curated some fantastic public displays. Certainly, visitors can see these on public days between February 18 and 20.
However, Singapore Airshow has strict COVID-19 policies. Therefore, it may be impossible to attend in-person. Although, the livestreams are to benefit all eager Singaporeans.
Before COVID-19, Singapore’s Airshow attracted 30,000 trade visitors in 2020, from 110 countries around the world.
The flying displays dates and times are as followed:
- February 15 – 12.30pm
- February 16-18 – 11.30am
To watch the impressive performances via livestream, visit the Mindef Singapore website.