Singapore Airshow 2018 - Asia's Largest Aerospace and Defence Event

Aerobatic Flying Displays

The Singapore Airshow 2016 featured an exciting line-up of flying displays that will take swept our visitors of their seats! Visitors were treated to a visual feast with exciting swashbuckling manoeuvres and amazing aerial performances by the 2016 flying display teams.

2016 Flying Display Teams

Republic Of Singapore Air Force

RSAF Display

F-15SG & AH-64D Integrated Display

Catch the Republic of Singapore Air Force's aerial display team in action and watch as the Apache attack helicopter and F15SG fighter aircraft blaze across the sky in a high-speed flash-past that will take your breath away!

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Republic Of Korea Air Force

Black Eagles Aerobatic Team

The Black Eagles from the Republic of Korea will be back again to thrill the crowd with their fantastic and thrilling group aerobatic performance. This year, the team is prepared to take your breath away with three more manoeuvres compared to the previous show in 2014!

Since winning the first prize in Waddington International Airshow and Royal International Air Tattoo in 2012, the Black Eagles has been globally renowned as a superior aerobatic flight team. In 2014, the Black Eagles flew over countries that lie between Korea and Singapore to participate in Singapore Airshow 2014 for the first time. Recently, the team also performed in Seoul during ADEX 2015 to more than 300,000 people from all over the world.

French Air Force


The Rafale is a twin-engine super manoeuvrable fighter aircraft developed by Dassault Aviation. Its wing architecture has active canards integrated with the fly-by wire controls. They provide the Rafale with very high manoeuvrability and maximum safety. Its two Snecma M88-2 engines can attain full power in less than 4 seconds and they give the aircraft the acceleration to reach an altitude of 40,000 feet within 2 minutes of releasing the brakes at take-off. The Rafale accomplished its first operational mission over France in 2006.

U.S. Air Force

C-17 Globemaster III

C-17 Globemaster III

The C-17 Globemaster III is the newest, most flexible cargo aircraft to enter the airlift force. The C-17 is capable of rapid strategic delivery of troops and all types of cargo to main operating bases or directly to forward bases in the deployment area. The aircraft can perform tactical airlift and airdrop missions and can transport litters and ambulatory patients during aeromedical evacuations when required.

F-16C/D Fighting Falcon

F-16C/D Fighting Falcon

The F-16 Fighting Falcon is a compact, multi-role fighter aircraft. It is highly maneuverable and has proven itself in air-to-air combat and air-to-surface attack. It provides a relatively low-cost, high- performance weapon system for the United States and allied nations. In an air combat role, the F-16's maneuverability and combat radius exceed that of all potential threat fighter aircraft. In an air- to-surface role, the F-16 can fly more than 860 kilometers, accurately strike targets, defend itself, and return to its base.

Royal Malaysia Air Force



The Sukhoi Su-30MKM is a twin-engine, two-seat super manoeuvrable fighter aircraft developed by Russia's Sukhoi Aviation Corporation. It is a multirole fighter for all-weather, air-to-air and air-to-surface deep interdiction missions. The aircraft's power plant incorporates two Saturn AL-31F afterburning low-bypass turbofan engines rated at 12,500 kgf (123 kN, 27,550 lb) each engine.

With a normal fuel reserve of 5,270 kg, the Su-30MKM is capable of performing a 4.5-hour combat mission with a range of 3,000 km. Su-30MKM is also equipped with phased array radar system that can track up to 15 targets and simultaneously engage 4. For strike missions, it can carry large (up to 8,000 kg/ 17,650 lb) and diverse weapon loads over a large unrefuelled combat radius (more than 700 nm).

Airbus Group

A350 XWB

A350 XWB: The Xtra that makes the difference

It’s the “Xtra” that makes the difference with Airbus’ next-generation widebody A350 XWB, which delivers a 25-per cent reduction in fuel burn compared to its current aluminium long-range competitors.

The A350 XWB is Airbus’ all-new family of widebody aircraft that is shaping the future of medium- to long-haul airline operations – overcoming the challenges of volatile fuel prices, matching rising passenger expectations and addressing increasing environmental concerns.

This new-generation jetliner – which entered commercial service in January 2015 – offers seating capacities between 280-366 with its three passenger versions: A350-800, A350-900 and A350-1000.