lørdag 3. februar 2018

Singapore Air Show starter på tirsdag- AIN

Singapore Airshow Set To Open Tuesday
The 2018 edition of the Singapore Airshow opens Tuesday, with some new features, and a variety of associated forums and conferences. “We have just over 1,000 exhibitors, and we expect over 250 official delegations,” said Leck Chet Lam, managing director of Experia, the company that organizes the show. He told AIN that representatives from the top 70 global aerospace companies will be there. Some 50,000 visitors are expected on each of the four trade days, Tuesday through Friday. The show is open to the public on the weekend.
The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) is celebrating its 50th birthday this year, and the president of Singapore will officially launch the year-long campaign at the airshow on Wednesday by unveiling a Boeing F-15SG Strike Eagle with special livery. As for flying, the RSAF has developed a novel display that combines an F-15SG with a pair of Lockheed Martin F-16Cs.
Another highlight of the daily flying display will be the Korean air force “Black Eagles” aerobatic team with its eight KAI T-50 jet trainers. There will be solo displays by a Thai air force Saab Gripen, a Malaysian air force Sukhoi Su-30, and a USAF Lockheed Martin F-16C.

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