If there’s one thing I’ve learned about Andrew, it’s that he has a sweet spot in his heart for planes. Air and Space museums are to Andrew what candy shops are to little children. I have been impressed with his depth of knowledge of different types of planes.
Needless to say, when we discovered that there was going to be an airshow in Singapore, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity.
Apparently it is the biggest Airshow that occurs in Asia! Who knew? No complaints here.
Our tickets were for Saturday, February 18. To get there we trekked out to Changi Airport and took a shuttle to the Airshow. We made it in time for the afternoon acrobatic demonstration!
First of was a pair of two jets:
After the two jets came an acrobatic plane:
Then a set of 6 fighter jets from the Australian Air Force:
With that, the acrobatic show was done, and we headed over to where they had a plethora of air vehicles from around the world.
They had commercial as well as military aircraft. Some of the countries that contributed their aircraft to the displays included: Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Italy, and USA!
Once we had our fill of the aircraft outside we went inside to the exhibition hall.
There wasn’t a whole lot to see inside, except for:
What a fun note to end on!