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Singapore Airshow 2024 Returns to Changi Exhibition Centre: Mark Your Calendar for 20-25 February!

Singapore Airshow 2024 returns to Changi Exhibition Centre from 20 to 25 February 2024. The biennial airshow returns to its full format providing a key platform for industry leaders, government officials and military delegations to exchange ideas and drive strategic conversations on sustainable aviation. Trade attendees can expect over 1,000 participating companies, from over 50 countries. First-time country pavilions include China, Czech Republic and Korea.

Singapore Airshow’s collaboration with Starburst start-up accelerator and strategic advisory practice will see 30 start-ups from 12 countries, including India, Singapore, the United States, and the United Kingdom. They will showcase their cutting-edge technologies in sustainability, dual use technologies, air traffic management and digitalisation in aerospace and defence industries to a global network of potential investors, accelerators, and corporate partners. These inspiring innovators will receive expert guidance on partnerships, funding, joint development opportunities, and commercialisation opportunities as part of their accelerated journey to establishing a business presence in Singapore and showcasing their innovative products and solutions that will help to reshape the aerospace landscape. 

The Sustainable Aviation Forum, in collaboration with McKinsey & Company, will delve into critical topics such as challenges and opportunities in sustainable aviation, regulatory regimes, technology innovation, and R&D collaborations. The forum will discuss on how the industry aims to achieve net-zero emissions by exploring strategies for decarbonising the aviation sector and the pivotal role of sustainable aviation fuel. 

Singapore Airshow 2024 has partnered with CarbonClick, a leading carbon offsetting platform, enabling attendees to offset the carbon emissions associated with their travel. CarbonClick supports high-quality, certified climate projects such as the Rimba Raya biodiversity reserve in Indonesia and a wind power project in India. 

Singapore Airshow’s rewards programme AeroPerks, will provide exclusive discounts and rewards for dining and leisure activities featuring a thoughtfully curated selection of merchants across three categories: Hot Deals, Local Flavours, and Sustainable Deals. Enjoy privileges such as S$5 off Brass Lion Distillery Tour, 50% off first pint with mains purchased at Brewerkz, 25% off standard rates for attractions at Canopy Park, 10% off with any purchase of 2 regular priced items at Scent by Six amongst others till 15 March 2024.

Changi Aviation Summit 2024. The Future of Aviation: Navigating a Post-Pandemic World

Senior government officials and industry leaders convene to discuss crucial topics within the aviation sector during The Changi Aviation Summit, which is organised by the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). They will explore the future of aviation in a post-pandemic world.

The summit will start with a Welcome dinner on 18 February 2024 and an official ceremony on 19 February 2024. This will be followed by an Aviation Roundtable featuring Ministers of Transport and Aviation leaders. There will also be a series of focused discussion panels on technology and sustainability, which will bring together experts from across the sector, including airlines, airport, manufacturers, and regulators.

Embraer highlights growing Asia Pacific presence

(Source: Embraer)

Embraer is set to showcase its defense and security, commercial aviation, business aviation, and urban air mobility solutions at Singapore Airshow 2024. Among its notable exhibits is the C-390 Millennium multi-mission tactical transport aircraft, which marks its debut at the event following its recent selection by South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Programme Administration.

Also making its first appearance in Singapore is the Praetor 600, hailed as the pinnacle of technological advancement in the business jet sector. Recognized for its remarkable performance and adaptability, this aircraft was delivered to South Korea’s Flight Inspection Centre (FIC) at the end of 2023.

The E195-E2 commercial jet, the world’s most fuel-efficient and quietest single-aisle aircraft returns to the Singapore Airshow, this time sporting the newest ‘Tech Eagle’ livery. The E2 received important orders in the region last year, including Scoot, and deliveries more than doubled in 2023 in comparison with the previous year.

Making the company’s debut at the Singapore Air Show, Eve Air Mobility will be presenting an overview of its eVTOL, services and operations solutions including its Urban Air Traffic Management software solution at Exhibition Hall C Booth #C-C87. The company will have its full-size eVTOL cabin mockup on display, marking its first trip to Asia Pacific as part of its world tour. Eve and will also offer visitors a unique virtual reality (VR) flight experience.

Boeing Showcases Sustainable Aviation, Advanced Air mobility, Defense and Services

Boeing will be highlighting its commercial products, defense capabilities, and services at the Singapore Airshow 2024. An immersive display of the 777X cabin experience highlighting its spacious and flexible architecture will be available. The F-15EX simulator will let visitors experience the next-generation multi-role fighter’s state-of-the-art design and cockpit. Defense customers will display several Boeing aircraft including the F-15, P-8A Poseidon, AH-64E Apache, CH-47F Chinook, and C-17 Globemaster III. A B-52 will participate in the flying display.

Boeing will demonstrate its Cascade Climate Impact Model, a data-modelling tool that provides actionable insights into how different strategies can reduce emissions and enable the aviation industry to decarbonise by 2050.

Airbus at Singapore Airshow 2024

Largest number of flying teams in Singapore Airshow’s history

The Singapore Airshow 2024 will showcase eight aerial presentations, featuring flyovers from six air forces and two commercial entities. This edition marks a record number of international participants, with the Indian Air Force’s Sarang team debuting their aerobatic prowess at the event for the first time. The line-up also includes the Royal Australian Air Force’s Roulettes, Indonesian Air Force’s Jupiter and Republic of Korea Air Force’s Black Eagles. The United States Air Force’s B-52 Stratofortress will also be making a flypast on 22 February.  The Republic of Singapore Air Force’s integrated aerial display team will feature an F-15SG fighter jet and the AH-64D Apache attack helicopter.

Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC will make its maiden participation with its narrow-body C919 narrow-body airliner. Airbus’s A350-1000 will also return to the skies.

“Flying performances are always a key highlight at Singapore Airshow. As the public were either given limited or no access in the previous two editions due to safety measures during a pandemic, we anticipate strong interest in the upcoming flying performances. We are especially thrilled to welcome familiar favourites; and also flying teams and aircraft that are flying at Singapore Airshow for the first time.”

Mr Leck Chet Lam, Managing Director, Experia, organiser of the Singapore Airshow

Flying displays schedule

20 February 202412.30pm
21 and 22 February 202411.30am
24 and 25 February 202411.30am and 2.30pm

Ticketed Weekend@Airshow for the Public

The public can visit Singapore Airshow 2024 on 24 and 25 February 2024. Changi Exhibition Centre will be turned into a hub of excitement with aviation themed family-friendly activities.

Catch the aerobatic flying teams and get up close with the latest commercial, military aircraft on display and meet pilots. Captain Leo & Leonette, Singapore Airshow’s mascots will also meet and greet visitors. Other activities include treasure hunts and constructing eco-friendly paper airplanes.

Weekend@Airshow tickets can be purchased from SISTIC, at S$34 for adults, S$17 for children aged 3 to 12 years, and S$240 for the group package, which includes 4 tickets and 1 car park label. 

Traffic Arrangements and Transportation Advisory

The following vehicle roads in the vicinity of Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) will be closed to the public during the times in the table below:

  • Changi Coast Road (starting from Changi Ferry Road (Terminal) and ending at Aviation Park Road)
  • Aviation Park Road
  • Tanah Merah Coast Road (between Aviation Park Road and Tanah Merah Coast Road (minor) / Changi Naval Base)
DATETIMEROAD STATUS
(FOR MOTOR VEHICLES ONLY.
BICYCLES ARE NOT ALLOWED)
ON-ROAD CYCLING LANE, ROUND ISLAND ROUTE, PARK CONNECTOR AND PEDESTRIAN FOOTPATH
13 & 14 February 20246:00 AM – 8:30 PMOpenOpen
8:30 PM – 6:00 AM +1ClosedClosed
15 & 16 February 20246:00 AM – 9:00 AMOpenOpen
9:00 AM – 12:00 PMOpenClosed
12:00 PM – 8:30 PMOpenOpen
8:30 PM – 6:00 AM +1ClosedClosed
17 & 18 February 20246:00 AM – 8:30 PMClosedClosed
8:30 PM – 6:00 AM +1
19 – 23 February 20246:00 AM – 8:30 PMOpen (No public access to CEC)

One lane on each direction along Aviation Park Road and Tanah Merah Coast Road is open for public vehicles except bicycles
8:30 PM – 6:00 AM +1Closed
24 & 25 February 20246:00 AM – 8:30 PMClosed
8:30 PM – 6:00 AM +1
26 – 28 February 20246:00 AM – 10:00 AMOpen
10:00 AM – 4:00 PMClosed
4:00 PM – 8:30 PMOpen
8:30 PM – 6:00 AM +1Closed

Click here for other transportation related arrangements to Singapore Airshow 2024.

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