Aviation enthusiasts and families alike will be part of the fun again with the return of “Weekend@Airshow,” formerly known as Public Days at the Singapore Airshow 2024.
Scheduled for the 24-25 February 2024 weekend, this thrilling event will transform the Changi Exhibition Centre into a hub of excitement with aviation themed family-friendly activities.
Favourite highlights such as high-speed precision manoeuvres by local and visiting aerobatic flying teams will have heads looking skywards for a good part of the day, and on-ground, visitors will also have the unique opportunity to get up close with the latest commercial and military aircraft on display, as well as meeting the pilots, making for an all-round exhilarating outing for fans of all ages.
Singapore Airshow’s beloved mascots, Leo and Leonette, will return to meet and greet visitors, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere throughout the weekend. Specially planned family-friendly activities – spanning treasure hunts and constructing eco-friendly paper airplanes – will also offer young visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of aviation.
Singapore Airshow 2024 – catalyst for global aviation innovation
Singapore Airshow 2024 will return to its full format providing a key platform for industry leaders, government officials, and military delegations to exchange ideas and drive strategic conversations on sustainable aviation. Trade attendees can expect to see over 1000 participating companies, from over 50 countries, with first-time country pavilions from China, Czech Republic and Korea.
The journey towards sustainable aviation
The Sustainable Aviation Forum, in collaboration with McKinsey & Company, will delve into critical topics such as challenges and opportunities in sustainable aviation, regulatory regimes, technology innovation, and R&D collaborations. The forum will discuss on how the industry aims to achieve net-zero emissions by exploring strategies for decarbonising the aviation sector and the pivotal role of sustainable aviation fuel.
Underlining its commitment to environmental responsibility, Singapore Airshow 2024 has partnered with CarbonClick, a leading carbon offsetting platform, enabling attendees to offset the carbon emissions associated with their travel. CarbonClick supports high-quality, certified climate projects such as the Rimba Raya biodiversity reserve in Indonesia and a wind power project in India.