Aviation Festival Asia returns to Singapore for first time in three years

aviation festival asia

Commercial Asian aviation leaders will gather in Singapore next week for the Aviation Festival Asia, which is being held at Suntec Convention Centre on June 14-15.

After an absence of more than three years, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event marks the first time that the region’s commercial aviation leaders have been able to gather together since 2019.

More than 1,500 of the region’s leading commercial aviation players will gather together to share strategies to drive Asia’s aviation industry forward beyond the pandemic, under the theme of “Rethink. Rebuild. Recover.”

Over 120 sponsors and exhibitors will be onsite demonstrating the latest technologies and innovations, while airlines already confirmed to attend the show include Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, Garuda Indonesia, Etihad Airways, Delta, Cebu Pacific, Finnair, Fiji Airways, Firefly, IndiGo, Gulf Air, United Airlines, KLM, Jetstar, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines and more.

“With borders across the region opening up, the Aviation Festival Asia team has been working tirelessly to bring this outstanding group of aviation leaders together under one roof for the first time in years,” said Paul Clark, organiser Terrapinn’s managing director for Asia.

“With aviation traffic showing stronger signs of recovery across much of the region, returning demand for both business and leisure air travel and a real step up in recruitment drives by many airlines, this is the time to get these leaders together and chart the way forward as we look to rethink, rebuild and recover.”