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Singapore Airshow 2010 – One of the World’s Top Aviation Extravaganzas

The Singapore Airshow is a world class aviation event that highlights Asia’s largest exhibits of defence and aerospace innovations and products. The show is rated to be among the world’s top three aviation shows, drawing crowds of people from across the world to be a part of this extravagant aero event. Apart from the general public, many traders and manufacturers in defence and aviation attend the show. Whether you are interested in aviation or not, the show is undoubtedly an exciting and fun filled event to be a part of.

The Singapore Airshow began in 2008 and has continued to be held as a biennial event since. The next show is scheduled to be held from 2nd – 7th February 2010 and promises to be an entertaining aviation program. Be prepared to witness breathtaking and skilful aerobatic movements and comprehensive exhibits on the newest aero technology. The first four days of the 2010 Singapore Airshow, which is from 2nd – 5th February, is reserved only for trade visitors, whilst the last couple of days is open to the general public.

The 2010 Singapore Airshow will see new exhibitions such as the Green Pavilion and Business Forums as part of its main highlights. Green Pavilion features new innovations that are environment friendly, whilst Business Forums is designed to provide visitors information on business opportunities’ in emerging markets such as those in China and India. The show will also feature many treats and attractions that cater to the general public regardless of age. One such highlight is the Singapore Airshow Carnival that will allow visitors to enjoy the likes of fairground rides and games at the event. Shopaholics can indulge themselves in great shopping opportunities whilst enjoying the sight of thrilling aero stunts at the show.

The Singapore Airshow 2010 will be held within the exclusive setting of the Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC). Featuring expansive outdoor display spaces and large air conditioned halls, the CEC enjoys a central location just 10 minutes away from Singapore’s International Airport and 20 minutes away from its main commercial district. Tourists who wish to stay at a five star hotel in Singapore should consider the luxurious Raffles Hotel, Singapore. This contemporary and award winning Singapore hotel is sure to be a relaxing haven amid the hustle and bustle of the city.

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