Singapore Airshow 2022: LCA Tejas to Participate; 44-Member IAF Contingent Lands in Singapore

New Delhi: A 44-member contingent of the Indian Air Force (IAF) reached Changi International Airport in Singapore today (February 12) to participate in the Singapore Airshow 2022.

The airshow will be held from 15 to 18 February. Singapore Airshow is a biennial event that provides a platform for the Global Aviation Industry to showcase their products.

Also read: Singapore Airshow 2022: Full List of U.S. Military Aircraft for Aerial Demonstrations, Static Displays

IAF will be pitching the indigenous Tejas MK-I alongside participants from across the world. The Tejas aircraft will be enthralling the audience with its display of low-level aerobatics displaying its superior handling characteristics and maneuverability.

The participation of Indian Air Force in the airshow provides India with the opportunity to showcase the Tejas aircraft and to interact with counterparts from RSAF (Royal Singapore Air Force) and other participating contingents.

In the past, the Indian Air Force had participated in similar airshows like LIMA-2019 in Malaysia and Dubai Air Show-2021 to exhibit indigenous aircraft and formation aerobatic teams.

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