Ever since their 737 Max saga, Boeing has since gotten into deeper trouble with its supposedly improved counterpart. And though it’s sad to see giants like the B747, or more fondly known as the Queen of The Skies, retiring from service, and Airbus stopping the production of their A380s in 2021, the future of aviation still holds much excitement and potential.
This coming 2020, catch the biennial Singapore Airshow where industry professionals gather to discuss the latest in aviation technology, business and news. It’ll be held over a period of six days—four of which will be trade days, and the remaining two, public days.
Trade days (11-14 Feb 2020) require trade passes for admission, and they aren’t cheap. A trade pass for a single day fetches a whopping S$70 if you register by 10 Feb 2020, or S$75 if you purchase it on the day itself. Yet, it is more than worth your while, considering that you get to mingle with aviation experts from all over the world, and to learn first-hand industry knowledge that money cannot buy.
However, if you’re more of an, “enough with the talk, just show me where them planes at” kinda person, I’ve got you. Buying a public pass (15 & 16 Feb 2020) will definitely burn a smaller hole in your wallet at S$27 per day. Plus, if you’re only there for the aerobatics, then this ticket’s sure to give you a bang for your buck.
You can expect both static and moving aircraft displays on all days of the show, as well as other events addressing the sustainability of air travel, autonomous systems, etc.
Attendance for the conferences and forums are charged separately.
Date & Time: 11 – 16 Feb 2020, 11 Feb: 12pm – 5pm / 12 – 14 Feb: 9.30am – 5pm / 15 – 16 Feb: 9.30am – 5pm
Prices: S$27 for Public Passes, S$70 for Trade Passes (S$75 for same-day purchase)
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