Gallery: Patches Spotted At Singapore Airshow 2022
Air crew patches offer an opportunity for uniformed personnel to customize their flight suits with a splash of color. Some combine elements of squadron or platform history with the kind of humor that keeps morale up at home base and on operations, while others mark a particular achievement, event or capability.
The Singapore Airshow 2022 may have been slow when measured in numbers, but it was not short of quality. The daily flying display to wowed the crowd with the strong presence of large commercial aircraft and the agility of their military counterparts. The Indonesian Air Force's Juniper Aerobatic Team made the most of the scenic background the Straits of Johor provide. Scroll through the gallery for some impressive shots.
Singapore Airshow 2022: How Many Aviation Military Products Can You Identify?
Continuing coronavirus concerns mean that the 2022 Singapore Airshow was proceeding cautiously. Organizers say the expected numbers of both exhibitors and visitors will be down on the 2020 show, which was the first major aerospace event to be impacted by the then emerging COVID-19 threat. See these images of the static display.
A Sneak Peak At The Singapore Airshow Flying Display
Despite a lower attendance and fewer participants, the Singapore Airshow continued to attract a respectable lineup for its flying display. The Republic of Singapore Air Force will present two displays, followed by the Boeing 777X, Airbus A350-1000, HAL Tejas, Indonesia Jupiter aerobatic team and a U.S. Marine Corps F-35B. ShowNews took a quick look at the first flying display practice session.
Our team attending the Singapore Airshow were snap happy and took every opportunity to photograph everything and anything that caught their eye. See this impressive collection of galleries from the show from the exhibition halls highlighting aircraft models, and the flying and static displays.