Planes & Butterflies Flying at the Singapore Airshow


Some of my colleagues were at the Singapore Airshow over the past week. It was only the second year the event has been held in Singapore. The show’s success can be attributed to Asia’s fast growing commercial airline passenger traffic and Asian aircraft OEMs challenging traditional aerospace industry leaders.

Below are some video reports from my colleagues and our partner HP.


Rajiv Ghatikar reports from the butterfly garden at the event.


Gavin Spier and Edward Glueckler report from the show floor.




Martin Dube touches on cloud-computing.


Art Prangley highlights new performance-based logistics technology.


In addition, you may want to check out Aviation Week’s complete online report. Their video gallery has some interesting stories, such as Asia’s focus on the MRO market, heavy turnout from business jets (noting Asia should account for 12 percent of the world business aircraft market over the next 10 years), and the retiring Royal Australian Air Force F111.

We also issued a couple of announcements around the event in case you haven’t seen them:

If you’re in the aero and defense market and want to know more about our capabilities for that industry, see our main Aerospace and Defense website or leave us a comment so we can connect.

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