The trade segment of the six-day event ended with lucrative deals, said Experia Events. (Agencies)
The total announced deals that were sealed during the event were worth USD 32 billion with major among them being contracts for Airbus, Embraer, Boeing and Rolls-Royce.
Sean Lee, Airbus spokesman in Asia, said, “In addition to presenting the A350 XWB for the first time, we announced orders valued at almost USD 15 billion, as well as the establishment of a new joint venture training centre with Singapore Airlines.”
Canada’s Bombardier said it had firmed orders and commitments for 17 aircraft worth USD 852 million at the week-long show.
Singapore Airshow 2014 played host to over 1,000 exhibitors from 47 countries and 279 delegations from 72 countries.
In all, over 40,000 trade visitors from 125 countries visited the show during the first three trade days.
Experia Events also announced that Singapore Airshow 2016 will be held from February 16 to 21 at Changi Exhibition Centre.
The trade segment of the six-day event ended with lucrative deals, said Experia Events.