Singapore Air Show 2022

The Singapore Air Show 2022, which is regarded as Asia's most influential airshow, runs from 15-18 February.

With the biggest aviation and mobility sector brands in attendance, as well as senior corporate executives from around the world attending the Singapore Airshow, we are excited to see current and new potential partners in this innovative space of private air travel and connect with key players on the changes in the industry to come.

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Singapore Air Show 2022 - What to expect

While the plans for supersonic airliners and the eVTOL hype are simultaneously transforming the business of commercial and charter flights, the Singapore Air Show at Changi Exhibition Centre will see a total of eight flying displays and fly-pasts from four air forces and two commercial companies.

The flying displays will be held once a day at 12:30 pm on 15 February, and 11:30 am on 16, 17 and 18 February 2022. There is also a Livestream for public viewing of the air displays.

The mega air show hopes to again bring the global aerospace and aviation industry together for this biennial event said Mr Leck Chet Lam, Managing Director, Experia, organiser of the Singapore Airshow: “We are excited to present the much-anticipated flying displays at this year’s Singapore Airshow, These stellar performances by our partners and exhibitors are testament to the recovery of the aerospace and aviation industry and we hope they will uplift spirits.”

Singapore Airshow 2022 will also focus on sustainability in the aviation industry and present the inaugural “Sustainable Aviation Forum” on 16 and 17 February 2022.

In addition, top executives from Avolon, BOC Aviation, CFM International, Malaysia Airlines and Rex Airlines, will discuss and debate the pace of market recovery, business resilience and sustainable aviation solutions at the “Aviation CEO Forum”.

The most recently held show in 2020 attracted close to 30,000 trade attendees from 110 countries and regions, with 117 Delegations from 36 countries and regions.

What Makes YUGO Stand out?

Yugo already provides its growing user base and members with access to an extensive network of hundreds of aircraft, from light jets such as the Cessna Citation to longer-range jets like the Gulfstream G650ER.

We have also expanded across Southeast Asia, offering new charter routes, packages and a larger fleet of options to suit the demands of the customer. We have recently released our newest charter routes in Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia and the Philippines and have a target of offering charter flights to over 150 destinations in Asia alone.

In February 2022, our partnership to dramatically expand air mobility services to urban and underserved destinations in the Asia-Pacific region by leveraging the performance and cost advantages of Electra’s hybrid-electric, ultra-short takeoff and landing (eSTOL) aircraft.

We also launched our new premium charter flight membership packages this month with access to over 3,700 private aircraft around the globe. There are three tiers of memberships with YUGO; Non-Members, Discovery, and Aviator.

There is also constant growth and innovation in our Travel Concierge which offers a gateway to premium lifestyle events and experiences via our trusted network of partners. We are making constant strides in the air ambulance and air cargo services as we adapt to our customer's needs and wants and there is a transition to a post-COVID travel era.

Despite the ongoing fluidity of the global situation, flying privately is one of the only ways to guarantee that a flight will take place, providing relative safety, convenience and flexibility to cater to a clients’ schedule.

We have more exciting news in the upcoming months as we continue to grow into this brave new world of private air travel and mobility.

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