Singapore Airshow set to take off with fewer exhibitors

Visitors getting up close and personal with aircraft displayed at the Singapore Airshow on Feb 15, 2020. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - The Singapore Airshow will take off in February but with less buzz, as it has managed to secure only about a third of the exhibitors so far, compared with the previous edition in 2020.

While the event will be the biggest large-scale industry gathering in Singapore since the pandemic started, its wings have still been clipped by Covid-19 restrictions, with companies such as American aircraft manufacturer Gulfstream dropping out.

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