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Singapore Airshow 2020
The biennial Singapore Airshow is set to welcome manufacturers, start-ups and government/ military delegations through its gates again in February 2020.
Since its inception in 2008, the Singapore Airshow has quickly become the largest aerospace and defence event held in Asia.
"The event offers a unique platform for industry thought leadership through its high-level conference, forums and co-located events. Leading industry players, government and military chiefs gather here bi-annually to contribute to dialogues, exchange ideas and seek solutions and strategies to advance the interests of the global aerospace and defence sector."
In 2018, the show saw 1,062 companies participate from 50 different countries, 54,151 trade attendees from 147 separate countries and regions, 1,464 exhibitor delegation meetings, 816 accredited media representatives from 255 different outlets and 287 separate VIP delegations from 91 countries and regions.
With the latest from manufacturers on show and aircraft in the air and on the ground, there is lots to see and do at the Singapore Airshow. In line with the Farnborough, Paris and Berlin Airshows, Singapore is mostly trade days but the show holds an "Education Day," giving young people the chance to immerse themselves in the aviation industry, seeing the technology of today and tomorrow.
The Singapore Airshow traditionally ends with two public days at the weekend.
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This list will be updated as and when aircraft announcements are made. Watch this space!
Tickets are not yet available to purchase for the Singapore Airshow 2020. This section of the event will be amended when tickets go on sale. Watch this space!