AEROBATIC FLYING DISPLAYS

The Singapore Airshow 2020 will feature a spectacular line-up of flying displays that will take your breath away! Expect be awed by the swashbuckling manoeuvres and amazing aerial performances by the 2020 flying display teams.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates as we unveil aerobatic flying performances at Singapore Airshow 2020!

2018 FLYING DISPLAY TEAMS

REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE AIR FORCE (RSAF) F-15SG + F-16C

The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF)'s F-15SG and F-16Cs fighter aircraft performed a 15-minute aerial display comprising 15 manoeuvres, of which six were new integrated manoeuvres, seen by the public for the first-time. It was also the first time that these two aircraft models performed together, showing off the distinct characteristics of each plane - the agility of the lighter F-16Cs, and the raw power and speed of the twin-engined F-15SG.

JUPITER AEROBATIC TEAM 6 x KT-1B INDONESIAN AIR FORCE (TNI-AU)

Jupiter is the callsign for flying instructors of the Flight Training Wing of Adisutjipto airfield in Yogyakarta, one of the small cities in Indonesia with a strong cultural tradition. Bearing the Jupiter name is a source of pride and a recognition of the discipline and dedication necessary to be an Air Force aviator. Our vision is to become a world-class aerobatic team. It is an honor to demonstrate our capabilities in a variety of International events. We are doing what we are doing to bring more peace on the Earth.

SU-30 MKM ROYAL MALAYSIAN AIR FORCE

The Su-30MKM from the Royal Malaysian Air Force is a highly sophisticated state-of-the-art flying machine that can defy all laws of aerodynamics one can ever perceive. The Su-30MKM is a two-seater multi role fighter aircraft (MRCA) with the capability of carrying out combat missions at significant distances from their home base in any weather conditions day and night. It has a fuselage of almost 72’ in length, with a wing span of about 48’ and stands a height of 21’. Powered by AL 31fp twin engines, providing a thrust of 55,000lbs with full after burner, enabling the aircraft to reach a top speed of Mach 2.

JAS-39 C/D ROYAL THAI AIR FORCE

One of the most agile fighter for close combat. A combination of advanced aerodynamic layout utilizing a combined close-coupled canard – delta configuration and a triplex, digital Fly-By-Wire Flight Control System (FCS) leads to a winning Dog-Fight capability. “Keep your eyes on the demonstration flight of the unstable aircraft named Gripen from Royal Thai Air Force.

More information on the 2020 static and flying display line-up and teams will be made available December 2019. Subscribe to our mailing list to be amongst the first to receive the latest updates!