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Singapore Airshow 2010

Updated on February 4, 2010
Singapore Airshow 2010
Singapore Airshow 2010

Singapore Airshow 2010

The Singapore Airshow is the biggest aerospace and defence exhibition in Asia. The Airshow will be located at the Changi Exhibition Centre which is 10 minutes from the Changi International Airport and about 20 minutes from the city centre. A combination of military planes at the Singapore Airshow and aerobatics seem to be the draw of public crowds.

From 2 to 7 February 2010, it offers an exciting 6 days for aviation ethusiasts who will come close to fighter jets and aircrafts which they have always wanted to have a closer contact . From the 2 to 5 February, the airshow is open to trade visitors with tickets at $50 per person. On 6 and 7 February, it is open to the public at $20 per person. These tickets can be purchased at SISTIC.


Displays at the Singapore Airshow

The are both the static displays and the flying displays.

Visitors can expect to see the following at the static displays, namely unmanned aerial vehicles, transport planes, helicopters and a variety of fighter jets and luxury jets. This is one opportunity of a life time to get some great pictures of you standing or sitting in some of these jets.

A great treat awaits visitors at the weekend shows which are opened to the public. They will be treated to 90 minutes of aerial flying display. There will be additional 30 min of aerobatic flying display, plus the regular 60 min aerial display for trade visitors. Get your cameras ready to capture the exciting maneuvers of the fighter jets.

The Flying Displays will be at 11.30am and another at 3.00pm.

Tips for visiting the Singapore Airshow

There are a few things to bring along.

  • Bottle of Water
  • Ear-plugs as the sound of jets flying past can be deafening
  • Hat or Cap to shade from the sun
  • Pair of sunglasses to keep you from the glare
  • Sunblock if you are afraid of being "burned" in the sun
  • Camera and Video-Camera to capture those special shots and displays.


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  • jollytan profile imageAUTHOR


    8 years ago from Singapore

    Singapore aborted a flight display at its international Singapore Airshow on Thursday 4 Feb 2010 after a South Korean pilot steered his T-50 Golden Eagle jet too close to spectators. Spectators thought that it was a WOW factor but it was some error made. Safety is very carefully looked into at the airshow.


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