The Indian Air Force’s Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) will showcase its flying skills at the Singapore Airshow 2022 to be held from February 15-18. Experia, said Feb. 7. “The air show will feature eight flight and flypast presentations from four air forces and two commercial companies,” he said.
The Tejas aircraft also participated in the Dubai Airshow in November last year. Tejas, manufactured by aerospace giant Hindustan Aeronautics Limited State-run, is a single-engine, highly agile, and versatile supersonic fighter aircraft capable of operating in high-risk air environments.
From the IAF LCA, the US Army, the Indonesian aerobatic team, and the Singapore Air Force will hold air shows, organizers said. Nearly 600 companies will also participate. Last seen at the Singapore Airshow 2018, Indonesia’s aerobatic team Jupiter, also known as ‘The Jupiters’, will delight audiences with their six-story lineups and precision flight.
Returning with two exhibits this year, the Republic of Singapore Air Force will display an F16C fighter jet that will demonstrate solo aerobatics and a pair of AH64D Apache attack helicopters. The U.S. Marine Corps F35B Lightning II, the world’s first short-takeoff, vertical-landing stealth fighter, will also star in the air show alongside the U.S. Air Force’s B52 Stratofortress in a flyover.
“As an integral part of the Singapore Airshow, the in-flight displays demonstrate the strong bilateral ties Singapore has with participating air forces and bring attendees from around the world together to interact at this biannual event,” Experia said. Commercial aircraft watchers can also expect to see demonstration flybys of Airbus’ A3501000 and Boeing’s B7779 widebody, he said.
Catch these spectacular displays via the Livestream. Experia CEO Leck Chet Lam said, “We are delighted to present the long-awaited splays of this year’s Singapore Airshow, a culmination bringing together the global aerospace and aviation industry for this event. biennial.
“These outstanding performances by our partners and exhibitors are a testament to the recovery of the aerospace and aviation industry and we hope that spirits will lift,” he said.