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Singapore Airshow 2012 to Take Place 14 - 19 February

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More than 112,000 visitors attended Singapore Airshow 2010. Trade day visitorship exceeded 41,000 from 122 countries / regions, with an increased percentage of overseas trade visitors this year. The two public days were also very well-received with over 71,000 visitors thronging the grounds.

To improve visitor experience at the show, efforts were made to ensure greater ease of access to and from the airshow venue on the official days. From public transport provisions to the management of security clearances, most visitors were appreciative of the greater efficiency at the Airshow.

We have received good feedback on the improved arrangements with regards to crowd management on the two public days. This is what we have been working hard to achieve and we are very glad that everything went smoothly, said Mr Jimmy Lau, Managing Director, Singapore Airshow & Events (SAe).

Public day visitors were treated to an array of airshow carnival activities, ranging from the family-oriented cultural and sports showcases to the spectacular flying displays. While the F-111 Strike Fighter was unable to be featured in the public day flying display due to technical reasons, visitors were still entertained by a variety of aircraft from different countries.

The flying displays have always been a crowd pleaser. Due to the economic downturn, some of the flying display teams curtailed their participation in the airshow. However, we are looking forward to providing trade and public visitors with more aerial display teams in the coming Singapore Airshow 2012, said Mr Lau.

The Singapore Airshow 2012 is set to take place 14 -19 February 2012.

Numerous HD Videos from the Singapore Airshow on this page and Page 6.

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