Singapore Airshow 2012


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The Singapore Airshow 2012 is a 6-day event, taking place from 14 to 19 February 2012. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend on 18 and 19 February. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display. The highlight of the 2012 airshow was the visit and flyby of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. A old Singapore Airlines’ Boeing 747 was a the centre stage of the show, it was there to mark its retirement after serving SIA for 40 years. Read more »

Singapore Airshow 2010


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The Singapore Airshow 2010 is a 6-day event, taking place from 2 to 7 February 2010. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend on 6 and 7 February. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display. Read more »

The Inaugural Singapore Airshow 2008


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The inaugural Singapore Airshow 2008 was held from 19 February to 24 February 2008, with the first four days reserved for trade visitors at the purpose-built New Changi Exhibition Centre. Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) is situated on a plot of land just beyond the northern edge perimeter fencing of Changi Air Base (East), which was itself located due east of the nearby Singapore Changi Airport. Besides the usual aerospace exhibits and static displays, the event saw the return of aerobatic flying displays put up by the Airbus A380, RSAF’s Black Knights in their F-16s and the Roulettes of the Royal Australian Air Force.

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The Last Asian Aerospace 2006


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The 13th Asian Aerospace (AA2006) Exhibition and final show in Singapore was held from 21 February to 24 February 2006. The show moves to Hong Kong in 2007. As the show organiser, Reed Exhibitions, could not agree with the Government of Singapore over development plans for a new 24-hectare permanent exhibition site in Changi. The highlight of the 2006 airshow was the visit and flyby of the A380 in full Singapore Airlines livery. Read more »

Asian Aerospace 2004


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The 12th Asian Aerospace 2004 (AA2004) is a 6-day event, taking place from 26 February to 29 February 2004. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display.

Asian Aerospace 2002


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The 11th Asian Aerospace 2002 (AA2002) is a 6-day event, taking place from 26 February to 3 March 2002. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display.

Asian Aerospace 2000


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The 10th Asian Aerospace 2000 (AA2000) is a 6-day event, taking place from 22 February 2000. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Asian Aerospace 2000 was one of the first major air shows of the new millennium. The show highlight was the six-aircraft RSAF Black Knights A-4SU aerobatics team. Read more »

Asian Aerospace ‘98


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The Ninth Asian Aerospace ‘98 (AA98) is a 6-day event, taking place from 24 February to 1 March 1998. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display. Read more »

Asian Aerospace ‘96


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The Eighth Asian Aerospace ‘96 (AA96) is a 6-day event, taking place from 6 February to 11 February 1999. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. The 1996 exhibition, which runs from 6-11 February, will be held at Changi Airport in Singapore, at the centre of one of the fastest- growing economic regions in the world. Read more »

Asian Aerospace ‘94


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The Seventh Asian Aerospace ‘94 (AA94) is a 6-day event, taking place from 22 February to 27 February 1994. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display. Read more »

Asian Aerospace ‘92


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The Sixth Asian Aerospace ‘92 (AA92) is a 6-day event, taking place from 25 February to 1 March 1992. The first 4 days of the Singapore Airshow are exclusively for trade attendees and the final 2 weekend days are open to general public at large. Show visitors are treated to an extra 30-minute aerobatic flying display taking place at this year’s Singapore Airshow over the public weekend. This is in addition to the 60-minute aerial display. Read more »

Asian Aerospace ‘90


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This is the Fifth Asian Aerospace (AA90) show in Singapore with some 25,000 trade and 50,000 public visitors attended the five-day Asian Aerospace ‘90 show at Singapore’s Changi International Exhibition and Conference Centre (CIECC). Read more »

Asian Aerospace ‘88


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The Fourth Asian Aerospace ‘88 (AA88) Exhibition & Conference was opened by Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, Goh Chok Tong. The show is located at the new permanent site at Changi Point near the air cargo complex, which covered 75,000m2. It was completed in July 1987 at a cost of $12 million. Air displays will be allowed to take place over the sea. The Airshow started on 27 January and ended on 31 January 1988.

Asian Aerospace ‘86


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The third Asian Aeospace ‘86 (AA86) opened at Changi Airport to rumours that the Show was to move from Singapore to elsewhere in Asia, perhaps Kuala Lumpur. These were dispelled when representatives of Singapore’s Economics Development Board (EDB) and organisers Cahners Exposition Group confirmed that future shows would be held in Singapore. EDB said that a new permanent site for Asian Aerospace will be completed in time for the next show. This is the first time RSAF’s SIAI-Marchett S.211 Trainer Jets made its public appearance.

Asian Aerospace ‘84


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The Second Asian Aerospace’ 84 (AA84) Exhibition was held at Singapore Changi Airport. It was a gathering of a virtual “who is who” of the international aerospace industry. The U.S. Pavilion featured Bell Helicopter, General Dynamics Corporation, Grumman Corporation, Honeywell, Lockheed Corporation, Northrup Aircraft Group, Pratt & Whitney Government Products, Sikorsky Aircraft, Sundstrand, TRW Inc., Westinghouse, and many other leading U.S. aerospace industry firms.

The Inaugural Asian Aerospace


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The inaugural Asian Aerospace ‘81 (AA) Exhibition was held from 23 September to 27 September 1981. The fist Asian Aerospace Exhibition and Conference was held at Paya Lebar International Airport. The show formed part of Singapore Government’s plans for priority development of aircraft-related industries during the 1980’s plus the recent phenomenal growth in air traffic all over Asia Pacific region.

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