Every two years, high-level government and military delegations, as well as senior corporate executives around the world, attend the Singapore Airshow to forge partnerships and seal deals in this region. As Asia’s largest airshow, this is the place to be for leading aerospace companies and budding players eager to make their mark in the international aerospace and defence market!
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.
Singapore Airshow debrief: Must knows from the show
While numbers were down on previous years, the return of the biennial Singapore Airshow gave a welcome shot in the arm for a beleaguered industry, as Nigel Pittaway reports from Changi
Etihad snaps up A350 Freighters ahead of passenger launch
Momentum is building behind Airbus' new flagship freighter. Key Aero has all the details behind this latest deal
Boeing upbeat on USAF AWACS replacement
Boeing says it sees an opportunity to sell its E-7 Airborne Early Warning and Control platform to the US Air Force, following a Request for Information to industry on February 8 this year and also the potential for reinvigorated international sales
JetBlue adds another 30 firmed A220-300s
Showing a strong commitment to the A220-300, JetBlue Airways has inked a firm order with Airbus for a further 30 examples of the twin-jet at the ongoing Singapore Airshow 2022.
Jazeera Airways firms 28-strong Airbus deal
On the eve of the 2022 Singapore Airshow, Airbus revealed that Jazeera Airways has firmed up a 28-strong A320neo Family order, consisting of 20 A320neos and eight larger A321neos.
CONFIRMED: Airbus announces its 'Singapore seven'
Airbus has lined up a selection of seven aircraft to showcase its commercial and military products at the biennial event
CONFIRMED: Boeing reveals Singapore Airshow 2022 plans
With just a week to go, Boeing has confirmed which aircraft it will be bringing to the Singapore Airshow. Key Aero has all the details ahead of the biennial event
Royal Thai Air Force orders H135s
Airbus Helicopters has announced that the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has placed an order for six H135s for use as military training helicopters under its pilot training enhancement programme.
Blended-Wing Breakthrough for Airbus MAVERIC Team
Airbus has unveiled its “blended wing body” prototype, the basis of which could offer significant fuel savings versus existing technology and overhaul the onboard passenger experience.
3D Printing Milestone for Pratt & Whitney
In what is being described as a first for the commercial MRO sector, Pratt & Whitney (P&W) has revealed the “industrialisation” of 3D printing for its aircraft engine components.