Asia’s biggest aviation show opened for business visitors today at the Changi Exhibition Centre, Singapore. More than 1000 exhibitors displayed their products and aircraft manufactures along with Boeing and Airbus showcasing their new models popular types.
The Singapore Airshow, held every two years, is where partnerships are forged and deals are sealed in the Asia-Pacific region. Airbus is the largest international exhibitor at the show, showcasing most of its products including company’s newest newest jetliner, the A350-1000, and a full-scale mock-up section of the ‘Airspace interior’ for the new A330neo jetliner.
Apart from its regular military aircraft, Boeing has showcased its newest jetliners, 737 MAX and 787 airplanes and also exhibits a model of the new 777X now in development and build.
Bombardier is showcasing its latest Global 6000 cabin at the show for the first time in Asia. Dassault Aviation’s flagship, the Falcon 8X also making its show debut at the show.
The Airshow, officially opens on Tuesday (Feb 7), and host 65 of the top 100 global aerospace companies including Airbus, Boeing, Rolls-Royce and GE.
Over 1,000 companies from 50 countries have showcased their products and more than 130,000 visitors are expected from Feb 10 and 11 when it is open to the public.