Asian Aerospace

July 16, 2014 - 1:30am

The next Singapore Airshow in 2016 will be expanded in several key areas of growing interest to the wider aerospace and defense industries. The new Training & Simulation Zone, first introduced at the February 2014 show, is expected to almost double in size to include military exhibitors. Show organizer Experia Events (Chalet B18) is also planning a new dedicated Business Aviation Zone and an Aerospace Emerging Technologies Zone.

February 11, 2014 - 2:10am
This F-16 is proudly flying the flag for the U.S. aerospace industry here at the Singapore Airshow; America has been assigned “Feature Country” status at the event.

Recognizing the long history of U.S. participation at the Singapore Airshow, this year’s event has chosen the United States to be the inaugural “Feature Country.” This new facet of the show focuses on a single nation with the aim of providing a forum for elevating bilateral trade relations, broadening commercial avenues between Singapore and the featured country, and as a platform for bringing new products and services to Singapore and the Far East region.

February 7, 2014 - 11:00pm
RSAF Black Knights Fly Over Singapore. Photo: MINDEF Singapore

The 2014 Singapore Airshow opens at its purpose-built site on Tuesday, with an exhibitor base of more than 1,000 companies from over 50 countries set to show their wares, representing around a 10 percent increase on the last staging of the biennial event in 2012.

January 1, 2014 - 3:00am

Next month’s Singapore Airshow, to be held from February 11 to 16 at the Changi Exhibition Center, adjacent to Singapore’s Changi International Airport, promises to remain the main aerospace trade event in Asia this year. New this year will be an Aviation Training Zone, while the U.S. will be the “first ever Feature Country,” according to organizers (see box).

June 17, 2013 - 4:30am
Jimmy Lau, managing director of Experia Events, hopes the next Singapore Airshow will be the best so far.

The Singapore Airshow is Asia’s largest aviation event and one of the three most important aerospace and defense exhibitions in the world. Held biennially, it is organized and managed by Experia Events. The 2014 event, to be held at the Changi Exhibition Centre February 11 to 16, will be the fourth since it started as Singapore Airshow in 2008, under the new organizers.

May 21, 2013 - 2:01pm

Signature Flight Support will open a new facility at Changi International Airport in Singapore this summer, the BBA Aviation subsidiary announced today at EBACE. Its offices there will be located at the JetQuay CIP Terminal, which has lounge facilities. Signature will provide “supervisory services” for ground handling and fuel coordination at the Changi location, which will be Signature’s second facility in Asia after the Hong Kong Business Aviation Center at Chek Lap Kok/Hong Kong International Airport.

July 10, 2012 - 10:00am

Singapore Airshow organizers believe they can set new attendance records at the next running of the event, Feb.11-16, 2014 at the Changi Exhibition Center. Angelica Lim, general manager of Experia Events’ aerospace and defense group, told AIN about some planned changes, including new themed areas for simulation and security.

July 9, 2012 - 5:15pm

Singapore Airshow organizers believe they can set new attendance records at the next running of the event, Feb.11-16, 2014 at the Changi Exhibition Center. Angelica Lim, general manager of Experia Events’ aerospace and defense group, told AIN about some planned changes, including new themed areas for simulation and security.

January 31, 2012 - 1:10am
Photo: David McIntosh

This month’s Singapore Airshow (February 14 to 19) is on track to surpass the previous 2010 event, with more than 900 exhibitors booked to participate from some 50 countries. What many observers will be keen to gauge is the extent to which the Asia-Pacific’s air transport and defense markets are holding up in the face of continued Western decline.

March 28, 2011 - 5:50am

The Asian Business Aviation show formed a key facet of March’s Asian Aerospace show in Hong Kong. It attracted some 5,300 visitors–including some of China’s fast-growing group of billionaires–who had 22 business aircraft to examine.

 
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