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Aerial Display Teams to Soar at Singapore Airshow

: Feb 5, 2020 - : 12:00 pm

This year’s Singapore Airshow will see a total of five flying display performances from three countries. A key highlight of the biennial Singapore Airshow, these flying display teams will once again present spectacular showcases to close to 50,000 trade attendees and 60,000 public day visitors when the aerospace and defence exhibition opens from 11 – 16 February 2020, at the Singapore Changi Exhibition Centre.

Flying for the first time in Singapore are China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force aerobatics team Ba Yi, the United States Marine Corps’ F-35B Joint Strike Fighter, and the United States Pacific Air Forces’ F-22 Raptor.

Returning to Singapore Airshow 2020 is the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s integrated aerial display team of an F-15SG fighter jet and two AH-64D attack helicopters. The United States Air Force’s B-52 Stratofortress will also be performing a flyover on 15 February.

Leck Chet Lam, Managing Director, Experia Events, organiser of the Singapore Airshow, said: “The flying display at the Singapore Airshow is always a highlight for all visitors. This year’s line-up of both familiar favourites and new teams and aircraft flying for the first time in the aerial segment of Singapore Airshow 2020 is set to heighten anticipation and excitement for another impressive showcase!”

The flying display will take place once a day between 12.30pm – 1.50pm on 11 Feb, 11.30am to 12.20pm on 12 Feb, 11.30am – 12.05pm on 13 Feb, and twice a day between 11.30am – 12.10pm and 2.30pm to 3.10pm on 15 – 16 February. There is no flying display on 14 February.

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